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CNH|KEY CLUB

October 2011 Edition

Volume 3 | Issue 5

Please BEE green. Do not print this newsletter.

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Members from Division 6 Key Club work together to clean and beautify Riverside neighborhoods

CNH District Newsletter


CNH District Newsletter Compiled by the 2011-2012 District Board

October 2011 | Volume 3 |Issue 5

A MESSAGE from the Editors

this Issue Topic Page Messages from Executives ............................ 3 International Updates .................................... 4 Members of the Month ................................. 5 Member Articles ............................................. 6 Service Center ................................................ 9 Special Feature: Region ............................. 12 Key Leader / Co-Sponsorships ................... 14 Youth Opportunity Fund.............................. 15 Message to the Officers .............................. 16 BEElieve - The Magic of Service ................. 18 Clubs of the Month ...................................... 19 Membership Education Center ................. 14 Recognition Center ..................................... 22 Division Council Meetings Schedule ......... 23 Contacts ........................................................ 26

Hello CNH Bees, You must have a firm grasp by now of how demanding it is to be you—a student, a family member, a service leader, and probably someone with a multitude of other responsibilities. There is tremendous weight on your shoulders, but also much strength in your ambitions! Throughout the year, we hope to cater to all of your service needs so that you can cater to your community. This newsletter is full of information compiled by your District Board of 2011-2012. Please use this information to it‘s full potential. If you have any questions or suggestions, please don‘t hesitate to contact us. We‘d love to hear from you! Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to serve you—the MEMBERS! Buzzing in CNH Spirit & Love, Governor Erinn Wong Secretary Andrew Liu Treasurer Christopher J. Van Technology Editor Elijah Kang

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Greetings ... from the

MESSAGES FROM THE 2011-2012 DISTRICT EXECUTIVES

EXECUTIVES…

GOVERNOR

Prepare your spirit gear - Fall Rally is rapidly approaching. I am definitely looking forward to seeing how far you‘ve come since the start of this Key Club year. It will showcase the members and also the efforts made to raise money for Pediatric Trauma Program. Let‘s break our record of raising $100,000 alone from Fall Rally! This event is a great way to advertise Key Club to potential members! Bring friends, classmates, or advisors. I‘m sure they would love to be a part of this event. For those of you who don‘t know what Fall Rally is, it‘s a big gathering of Key Clubbers from all over the district. Due to our geographically large size, Cali-Nev-Ha has two Fall Rallies – one at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California and one at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California. There, Key Clubbers partake in a spirit rally, Lieutenant Governor auction, and much more. They even have the opportunity to enjoy the park for the majority of the day. All money fundraised for this event goes to Pediatric Trauma Program. Remember that our goal this year is to raise $125,000. We can do it! See you there.

SECRETARY Remember that school is one of your highest priorities. Keep up with your school work, so that you can participate more in Key Club! As a district, we are well on our way to reaching our goals of 750,000 service hours, $100,000 for Pediatric Trauma Prevention (PTP), and 42,000 members! Help us reach our goals by staying active Key Club members throughout the year! Have you heard about the 2011 DCON Theme: It‘s a BEE World! This year‘s theme focuses on celebrating the international aspect of Key Club. Key Club IS in fact the largest international high school service organization, existing in 30 countries worldwide! Spread the theme and implement it in everything you do! Let‘s educate all of CNH about Key Club International and celebrate our organization! I hope to see all of you bees at District Convention 2012 in Santa Clara, CA!

TREASURER IT IS TIME for dues payments, RTCs, Fall Rally, Key Leaders, Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF, fundraisers, membership recruitment—so much wonderful Key Club activity! Don‘t get left behind, attend club meetings and monthly Division Council Meetings to connect with other fellow Key Clubbers committed to making a difference! Suggest your ideas to your club board to create something innovative. When it comes to service, we‘ve got spirit, yes we do, we‘ve got spirit how about you?

TECH EDITOR Has your club started the UNICEF Trick-or-Treat fundraiser? Raise as much as you can! All donations will go towards the Eliminate Project, aimed to wipe out maternal/neonatal tetanus. It only takes $1.80 to completely vaccinate a mother and her infant; raising as low as $2 can help save a life! Fall Rally is coming quickly! Be sure to buy your tickets early for a magical price of $31 for FRN and $27 for FRS. If you purchase a ticket at the door, it will cost $35 for FRN and $31 for FRS. So be sure to order your ticket ASAP from your club president!

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Greetings ...

FROM CNH‘S INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE

Yoo Eun Kim Greetings, Cali-Nev-Ha, For the 2011-2012 Key Club year, I have been selected as the International Trustee of the California-Nevada-Hawaii, Michigan, and Utah-Idaho Districts. Originally from the Pacific Northwest District, I am very honored to serve such distinctive districts: providing International updates, producing newsletters, attending District and International board meetings, and being of a service to my District Governors. During my tenure, I hope to bridge the communication gaps between the International and District levels by promoting growth and fellowship within our organization. In August, I had the wonderful opportunity to spend an entire weekend with the CNH District Board, listening to a variety of informative presentations and attending committee meetings. Although Key Club is one organization, I learned that service is defined in so many ways. Witnessing the CNH Bee Team in action has been a wonderful experience, and I can‘t wait for rest of the year. Districts: California-Nevada-Hawaii, Utah-Idaho, Michigan Goals for 2011–12: To promote fellowship and growth within our organization, I plan to bridge the communications gap between the club, district, and international levels. By developing resources and using social media, I plan to address the concerns that Key Clubbers face today and assist in their crusade against social ills. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at kciyooeun@gmail.com. But until our next meeting, Happy Key Clubbing! Remember that service is always in season. Key Club

Cole Hickman International Trustee Districts: Pacific Northwest, Southwest, KIWIN‘S Goals for 2011-2012: I want to diversify and promote tolerance w i t h i n t h i s organization. We are an international club, one that embraces a wide variety of religions, cultures, sexual orientations, lifestyles, etc. I feel that it is absolutely integral that I promote a strong sense of personal expression and acceptance to this organization. In doing so, I hope that each member will be able to set aside any insecurities or prejudices they may have and lose themseleves totally in the selfless service of others.

International

Convention 2012

July 4-8 in Orlando, Florida Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista

CNH DISTRICT TOUR announced soon!

Austin Wu International Trustee Districts: Rocky Mountain, Iowa, Nebraska-Iowa

Illinois-Eastern

Goals for 2011-2012: I hope to see the members of Key Club International get more excited about the amazing things that they are accomplishing. I want members to play a greater role in the organization that they have built from the ground up - most members don't realize that they're part of something huge, but I want them to feel like important individuals. I'll try to reach out to more members and provide new opportunities for them. I also want to see Key Club expand internationally, so that our service has a more wide-reaching impact.

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Members who made MAGIC COMPILED BY LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS OF CNH

Members of the Month Lt. Governors recognized these individuals last month for their commitment to service and the magic they created! Division 1 Division 2

Division 26 Division 27

Tony Vu

Division 3

Division 28 North

Sean Amparo

Division 28 South

Kevin Nguyen, Silverado

Division 4 East

Courtney Phi

Division 4 North

Division 28 West

Division 4 West Division 5

Ashley Hua

Division 6 Division 7 North

Juliana Deer

Division 7 South Division 8

Allison Si, Pleasant Grove

Jasmine Mahfoud Kovy Rinzler Prince Singh

Division 10 North Division 10 South Division 11

Division 29 Division 30 North Division 30 South Division 31 Division 33 Division 34 North Division 34 South

Alan An Karina Galaviz

Division 12 East

Robin Lea, Oxford Academy

Jennifer Wei

Division 35 East Division 35 West Division 36 East

Marcus Meadors, San Gorgonio

Division 36 West Division 37 East

Brian Meredith, San Marcos Cheuk Yiu Yu

Division 12 South Division 12 West

Audrey Lau

Division 13 North Division 13 South

Chris Lois Martinez Helen Cheng

Division 37 North Division 37 South

Division 14

Uriel Nieves-Cruz

Division 38 East

Cynthia Villarino, Apple Valley

Division 15

Neal Phutrakoon, Los Osos

Division 38 West

Veronica Cruz

Division 16

Division 39

Brianna Lewis

Division 18

Division 41 North

Ellen Oh, Woodbridge

Division 19 North

Hannah Spinner

Elizabeth Arguellez, HMSA

Division 41 South

Division 19 South

Division 42 East

Division 20 & 32

Division 42 West

Blake Barr

Division 21

Andrew Tran, Patrick Henry

Division 43

Alexandra Gallo

Division 22 Division 23

Shay Chun, Kaiser

Division 44 North Division 44 South

Cinzia Keechilot

David Cruz

Division 24 Division 25 East Division 25 West

Anh Bui

Division 45 Jacob Terrado, Granada Brandy Tran

Division 46 Division 47

Jolina Bunda

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Articles from the Members

Want your articles to be featured in the CNH News? Send them to cnharticle@gmail.com. They will be either featured here or on the CNH Key. Check out the CyberKey for topics! TORI PARK | DIVISION 16 | BURBANK KEY CLUB

PROJECT GREENELIGHT From June 27 to June 29, Key Clubbers of Burbank High (and even some from Burroughs!) woke up bright and early to head on over to the McCambridge Tennis Center to volunteer at the annual Down Syndrome Tennis Camp sponsored by the Greenelight Foundation. The Greenelight Foundation provides disabled and disadvantaged children with fun and challenging experiences in education, arts, and athletics through event such as this. With an event as big as this, it was crucial to have as many dedicated and committed volunteers as possible. So for those three mornings, over 40 Key Clubbers arrived at 8 AM, eager to serve. Current Key Clubbers, just graduated seniors, and even Key Club alumni came to volunteer. Even Diane Kang, club president from two years returned! She stated, “For 4 years I volunteered at this camp: freshman year of high school, to get service hours; sophomore year, because I was bulletin editor; junior year because I was president; senior year, because I couldn’t detach myself from these amazing kids; and now, my 5th year at camp…I FINALLY know why I can’t seem to leave this camp even though I’ve graduated from high school and am no longer

a part of key club. Every year I go regardless of who else goes or how hot it is or how early it is. This program really stretches my heart to have compassion and genuine LOVE for others. THIS is where I am so comfortable and my heart smiles beyond comprehension. I am so excited to go back and see old faces, new faces, but mostly to just build a trusting relationship with my buddy.” On the first morning all volunteers were assigned a “buddy.” Each of these buddies was those with Down syndrome. Down syndrome is a genetic condition in which a person has 47 chromosomes instead of the usual 46. It was the Key Clubbers’ job to treat these buddies with the greatest care, have some fun, and simply befriend them. Through games like tennis, soccer, and baseball, it was only within a few hours that the Key Clubbers became best friends with their buddies. Each day the Key Clubbers and their buddies were split into different age groups. Throughout the three days, each group rotated amongst 11 different tennis courts. On each court there was a special talent/skill that the buddies could work on. From practicing balance to hand-eye coordination to target practice each court brought something special to each of the children’s lives. After the activities, the volunteers and buddies would have lunch together

Mac Huntley helps Marc and enjoy entertainment. On the final day, the tennis camp concluded with a graduation ceremony for the kids and adults with Down syndrome. The graduation ceremony congratulated them for completing the three whole days of fun, excitement, and exhaustion. It was also to encourage them to return and participate in the upcoming years. As it was time to go, heartfelt hugs and contact information were exchanged. Buddies promised to keep in touch and to return next year. It was a long three days for the Key Clubbers but to see the smile and satisfaction of the kids made it all worth it. You learn so much. It’s really inspiring to see these kids. After Greenelight they appear as more than just people with Down syndrome. You look beyond it all and see that they’re kids just like us. You leave Greenelight with more than just service hours; you leave with a new friend and a deeper appreciation for life.

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CONWAY OU | DIVISION | FRANKLIN KEY CLUB CONWAY OU |07S DIVISION 07S | FRANKLIN

REGION 16 TRAINING CONFERENCE A year ago, I attended my first Key Club event beyond my home club, at RTC. I couldn‘t hide the amazement on my face when I saw the amount of spirit and unity there. That was the day I decided I wanted to be something in Key Club, when I wanted to be part of something so great and moving. A few days ago, I attended this year‘s RTC, and although the feeling of a new experience was gone, the spirit and excitement remained. You can even say that it was ―magical‖ as the theme of the event was Harry Potter. Even at the entrance, you could see the divisions gathering. Hordes of red, green, and orange were mingling in front of the gates, excited to see what

the day would hold. With many old faces, I saw new ones, and eagerly reached out to meet them. At the opening assembly, although everyone was still segregated in their own divisions, the Lt. Governors bonded us with their speeches. Soon after, we were broken up into groups of Harry Potter. In our respective groups, we proceeded to play icebreakers and meet new people! Key Clubbers from Stockton, Roseville, and all over Sacramento County all gathered for the same purpose. After the icebreakers, everyone went to their selective workshops, to learn more about Key Club and leadership. I, myself, went to our International Trustee‘s workshop on Awkwardness, teaching you

how not to be awkward. He took a different approach than just talking for an hour; he gave us activities to do that broke us out of our comfort zone. Instead of worrying about looking stupid in front of our peers, we focused on having fun and working together. During lunch, the divisions continued to mingle, talking about the various workshops they attended. At this time, we felt more like a whole family than different divisions. Spirit battles and cheers occurred, but we were like a family at the end. The general session shows us a recap of the last Key Club year, and fellow Key Clubbers reminisced on past memories of events we went to. After I left RTC, I realized that no matter where we come from, Key Clubbers are bounded together by their love of community service!

CRESTLEY WONG| DIVISION 07S | FRANKLIN KEY CLUB

Club Rush is a great time to recruit new potential members for our club. Every year, to attract members, Franklin Key Club tries to go all out to stand out amongst the numerous clubs on our high school campus.

while another member wore an entire m on ster cost ume. They both attracted the attention of many people, as they walked around recruiting members into Key Club. The other members who were helping at our table wore their Key Club t-shirts to show their spirit.

Numerous returning members wore their divisional t-shirts in support of our club. I was truly ecstatic to see our members‘ dedication. Many of them stopped by our table and put in a good word about Key Club to people who were contemplating about whether or not to join.

Like previous years, our club created a tri-fold board with informative passages and fun pictures pasted on it. However, this year, in addition to the board, we printed out half sheet flyers that gave a brief overview of what Key Club was. In addition, we passed out lollipops to people who signed up to join. At Club Rush, we made great use of the small table that we were provided. We found that all the items that we had out, like our trifold board and scrapbook, could barely fit on the table. One of our members wore a monster head,

join!‖ Each new person that signed up made me really excited. A few of us were asked the ―I FEEL GOOD!‖ cheer, which we willingly performed in front of many people. This, too, attracted many people‘s attention. As far as I know, Key Club is the only club on campus that has cheers!

Throughout the lunches, I gave detailed explanations of what Key Club was and answered many questions. I was happy to hear people cry, ―Oh, Key Club! I want to

Overall, Club Rush was a success. We received over 300 signups from people who wanted to join the club. Our officers were happy with the results and we look forward to seeing these new potential members at our meetings.

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ISABEL REYES | DIVISION 28S | CORONADO

The Ironman World Championship 70.3 Triathlon was held on Sunday, September 11th. Athletes had to swim for 1.2 miles in Lake Las Vegas, bicycle for 56 miles through a treacherous course, and run for 13.1 miles through the neighborhoods of Henderson, Nevada. Our members helped at Aid Station #2 at Paseo Verde Park, handing out water, gatorade, soda, snacks, sponges, and ice to the runners. After a week of answering members' questions and scrambling chaperones to accommodate the 40+ members that were volunteering at the event, the day of the event finally arrived. Members who took the early shift arrived at 8AM to help set up the tables and the stations for the certain refreshments we were offering. By 9AM, the first runner was already passing by our station, and not long after that, runners began flooding into our station. Members frantically handed them items to

help replenish the athletes and cheered for them as they made their way through our station and to the next.

Even with all the chaos, true motivators were seen running the triathlon. A pair of runners ran together the entire time, chained by a little rope. One of those runners was blind, and his friend helped him by telling him which direction to run and grabbed extra refreshments for him. One runner was missing a leg, running on a prosthetic. Another runner only had one arm, while another had both arms missing! A number of the athletes were aged; an athlete running this marathon was 70 years

old! These specific athletes and all the athletes that ran that day exemplified that anything is possible as long as you put your mind to it. Physical matters shouldn't get in the way of achieving your dreams and w or kin g t ow ar d s a g oa l . Inspiration comes in all forms; that day, inspiration was depicted in dedicated athletes. An inspiration comparable to those athletes was the Key Clubbers that volunteered at the triathlon. Many of the Coronado Key Clubbers stayed past their shifts to help, especially when the station was at its busiest. Many members commented on how much fun they had, and showed a fountain of excitement for the next opportunity. Their spirit and dedication towered Key Club made me a proud president and even more stoked than before for the many service events to come this year!

DISTRICT REFLECTORS JOIN IN!

We are here to support EACH OTHER.

Presidents: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-presidents VPs: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-vice-presidents Secretaries: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-secretaries Treasurers: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-treasurers Editors: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-editors Advisors: groups.google.com/group/cnhadvisors

Projects: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-projects Kiwanis Family: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-kiwanisfamily Education: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-education Policy: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-policy

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Service

Center

Information By District Projects; Member Relations; Kiwanis Family & Foundation; and Member Recognition Committees

Here is an update from your CNH District Projects Committee! As we all know, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is approaching fast and we wanted to spend a moment to encourage all clubs to participate as well as answer questions anyone might have. Here‘s a little background Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF first began over 60 years ago and continues to BEE one of the largest UNICEF

(U n it e d N at i o n s Childrens' Fund) projects. To date, it has raised over $160 million to provide safer drinking w a t e r , medical supplies, e d u c a t i o n , emergency relief, and many other n e c e s s i t i e s to support children in 150+ countries around the world. Key Clubbers have raised $5 million since we first began participating in 1994. Currently, the money raised from Trickor-Treat for UNICEF funds the ELIMINATE PROJECT, a cooperation between UNICEF and Kiwanis International to eliminate maternal and neo-natal tetanus from the world by 2015 by educating and raising necessary funds. More information can be found online at: (http://www.kiwanis.org/wsp) It's very simple to participate simply grab a signature Trick-orTreat for UNICEF box and you're set! When you are trick-ortreating on Halloween, ask for some change instead of candy. Most clubs should have received their Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF boxes with a fundraising kit from Key Club International by now. If you have not received your boxes or if you have run out of boxes, you have two options: 1. Visit your nearest Toys R Us store to pick some up h t t p : / / 2. V i s i t trickortreat.allpointsatl.com/ and then order a few! It's absolutely free, but please try not to overorder in order to maintain a green environment. Want to be creative and dress up as a UNICEF box? A twist to trick-or-treating for UNICEF would be to order a few life-size

costume trick-or-treating boxes for members to wear on Halloween night. To order, (each costume costs $25) call 1-800-KIWANIS, ext. 390 or 317-875-8755, ext. 390. The box item number is 92102. For more project ideas and tips on how to Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, please take a look at the promotional flier created and and revised by our District Projects Committee. In order to receive recognition from Key Club International, funds raised through Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF must be post-marked by December 31st and must be sent to: Kiwanis International F o u n d a t i o n A t t n : T O T F u n d s 3636 Woodview Trace Indianapolis, IN 46268 USA

So instead of sitting around this Halloween, go out and make a difference in the lives of children by Trick-orTreating for UNICEF!

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UNICEF & THE ELIMINATE PROJECT UNICEF has two main focuses: child protection and policy advocacy & partnership. Funded exclusively by voluntary contributions, this organization joins forces with companies all over the world to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease, and discrimination place in a child‘s path. In 1961, UNICEF has expanded its focus to include education. UNICEF vaccinates children against illnesses, provides families with clean water and sanitation, helps protect children against malaria, and provides nourishment to fight malnutrition. Each year, Key Clubbers help this cause through a program called ―Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF‖, in which they ask for monetary donations as they go trick-or-treating. The Eliminate Project is about eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus in countries all over the world. Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to stop a deadly disease that kills around 60,000 babies and numerous amounts of women each year. Maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) is an excruciating disease where tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. In order to eliminate MNT, more than 100 million future mothers and babies must be immunized. The goal set is to raise US $110 million and completely eliminate MNT by 2015.

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MARCH OF DIMES

March of Dimes strives to reduce preterm birth rates by developing and implementing local programs that will ultimately improve the health of babies. Premature births are not only devastating because of the serious health challenges and risks of lifelong disabilities, but premature births also cost society more than $26 billion a year. The Prematurity Campaign, developed by March of Dimes to address this critical issue, has already showed signs of success, including a 3% decline in the preterm birth rate. However, with more than 1,400 babies born too soon every day, much work is still to be done. Our district can support this cause through creative fundraising or local March of Dimes Walks.

CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK Children’s Miracle Network was founded with two main goals in mind: to help as many children as possible by raising funds for children‘s hospitals and to keep funds in the community in which they were raised to help local children. As of 2011, Children‘s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised more than $4.3 billion. Whether the children suffer from common childhood afflictions like asthma and broken bones, or fight bigger challenges like birth defects or cancer, Children‘s Miracle Network Hospitals provide comfort, treatment and hope to millions of sick kids each year. In 2011, Key Clubbers have been able to fundraise for this cause by selling paper CMN balloons in their communities for $1 each.

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Region 4 Division 6 Centennial Chaparral Eleanor Roosevelt Great Oak JFK John W. North Martin Luther King Notre Dame Paloma Valley Perris Ramona Rancho Verde Riverside Poly Santiago Temecula Valley Woodcrest Christian

Division 6 Division 47 Division 36e Division 36w

LieutenantGovernors Division6 Darren Kwee Division36e Nick Sianipar Division36w Kelly Wang Division47 Bonnie Pak

CommitteeChair MRS Chair Charmaine LeBlanc

RegionAdvisor

Mrs. Carolyn Qualm Temecula Valley Kiwanis Club

Division 36e

Division 36w

Division 47

Citrus Valley Pacific Redlands East Valley Redlands Senior San Bernardino San Gorgonio Yucaipa

Arroyo Valley Bloomington Colton Eisenhower Senior Fontana Fontana A.B. Miller Kaiser Rialto Summit Wilmer Amina Carter

Banning Cathedral City Hemet Union Imperial Joshua Springs Christian La Quinta Palm Desert Southwest Yucca Valley

UPCOMINGevents 

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October 8th: Region 4 ‗A Wizarding World of Service‘ Region Training Conference (Key to Colllege Included); UCRiverside October 8th: Division Council Meetings! (after RTC) November 19th: Fall Rally South!

4! REGION


Region 4

Division 6 Division 47 Division 36e Division 36w

Division 6 Penguins! Now we’re feeling so fly like a D6!

Mascot: Penguins Colors: Teal, Yellow, and Black! Members: 876 Number of Clubs: 16

This year, the division 6 penguins are growing stronger than ever! Many of us are growing closer to one another, even in spite of how far away we are geographically. It has been wonderful seeing the new bonds and friendships through our division! Key Clubbers are travelling far and wide for Division Council Meetings and division events! Our clubs are serving the community in many different ways! From park clean-ups to helping out at hospitals, you can be sure to see D6‘ers helping out! We have had many successful projects, such as the Japan Shirt project to fundraise for Japan relief, and our Key Clubbers are ready to help out, no matter what it is! Find out at Fall Rally South why we‘re feeling SO FLY LIKE A D6!

Division 36E Racoons! 36 EAST, UNLEASH THE BEAST! The Raccoon service bandits of Division 36 East are on their renegade through town to provide some beastly service! Since last year, Division 36 East Key Club has been improving in all aspects of what we do. We are continuing from our successful year by building the foundation for the future of our division.

Mascot: Raccoons Colors: Blue and Yellow Members: 484 Number of Clubs: 7

We are already expecting an increase in membership, service hours, fundraising, DCM attendance, and overall spirit. Be on the lookout for us at Fall Rally South, because we‘ll be BEASTING the spirit rally!

Division 36W HusKEYS! The D36w HusKEYS are in the club!

Mascot: HusKEYS Colors: Blue, White, and Black Members: 659 Number of Clubs: 10

After three years of disunity they are finally getting back on their feet. There has already been membership, spirit and service increase in the overall division. Congratulations to the newly rechartered Colton Key Club! About 100 hyped Huskeys came together for the September DCM to learn new cheers, make Fall Rally spirit gear, and bond with one another. They are always Howling for more Service. They have already started raising money for Pediatric Trauma, so watch out for them at Fall Rally South!

Division 47 Krakens! Though division 47 is unfortunate to have such a sprawling location, distance is becoming less of an issue. Over the past couple months, the unity of this "Kraken" location has become stronger! Key clubbers from El Centro, who live a couple hours away, faithfully attend monthly DCMs and other events. Currently our division is focusing on the pediatric trauma prevention program and is maximizing the challenge of fundraising. With our new found determination I believe the division's goal can be obtained! We're off to a great start!

Mascot: Krakens Colors: Blue and Orange Members: 536 Number of Clubs: 10

Penguins! Raccoons! Huskeys! Krakens!


It’s all in the

Kiwanis Family

Information By Kiwanis Family & Foundation Committee and District Treasurer

So, how much do YOU know about...

Key Leader

Information By Policies, International, Elections Committee; Kiwanis Family & Foundation; and District Treasurer

Key Leader is a weekend experiential leadership program for today's young leaders. This life-changing event focuses on service leadership as the first, most meaningful leadership-development experience. Key Leader is a Kiwanis sponsored program that has made its way throughout the world, and

Scholarships Funds have been allocated to distribute at least 10 Key Leader Scholarships to qualified applicants. These are reimbursement scholarships. It is EASY to apply! Find the application on the CyberKey!

CNH KEY LEADER events: Camp Cedar Glen Where: Julian, California (Southern California) When: October 21-23, 2011 Camp Jones Gulch Where: La Honda, California (Northern California) When: November 11-13, 2011 Dates to be Announced in JANUARY Camp Occidental Where: Alliance, California (Northern California) Camp Lee Canyon Where: Las Vegas, Nevada

Co-Sponsorships School has begun, and now is the perfect time to consider a co-sponsorship! Co-Sponsorships are helping a Kiwanis Club in sponsoring another Kiwanis sponsored organization or Service Leadership Program (SLP). Key Clubs, at the high school level, can co-sponsor a Builders Club, or K-Kids. Now is your chance to expand our Kiwanis Family! If you would like more information regarding cosponsorships, please visit the CNH CyberKey and click Chartering under the Resources tab. If you have any further questions, please feel free to email the Kiwanis Family and Foundation committee as well!

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Youth Opportunity Fund DEADLINE is OCTOBER 15

Background The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) is an endowed fund for Key Club International held within the Kiwanis International Foundation. This fund uses earned interest to help Key Clubs and Key Club members serve the world by providing grants for service opportunities. The fund also provides academic scholarships for higher education.

YOF grants can help you take action. Look around and identify the things that need to get done in your school, community or world. Key Clubs have applied for grant funds to support many varied service projects—see some Youth Opportunity Fund (YOF) grants are given only to Key Clubs and/or club members. There is only one funding cycle for the Youth Opportunities Fund. The application must be received by October 15 each year. Clubs may request funding assistance from $100 to $2,000. The committee typically funds those clubs who are asking for a portion of the total cost of the project, and clubs who are working with other organizations to fund and complete the project. Notification of the Key Club International Board‘s decision will be mailed no later than January 15.

Applications must be submitted to:

Kiwanis

I n t e rn a t i o n a l

3636 Woodview Trace Indianapolis, IN USA, 46268 OR fax your application to 1 -317-879-0204.

The Youth Opportunities Fund is established through a portion of your Key Club International dues and through the purchase of G. Harold Martin Fellowships.

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Messages to the Officers TREASURERS

DUES

PTP DONATIONS

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PRESIDENTS VICE PRESIDENTS SECRETARIES A girl signs up to raise money as a walker in a local Brain Tumor Walk

Getting Rid of the “Beast” - Tips to End Procrastination Having problems with procrastination? Don‘t worry! Whether we are wasting time on Facebook, playing video games, or simply lounging around, we all go through it. 1. Set Goals: “After I finish this PowerPoint, I can go on Facebook for 15 minutes!‖ 2. Turn off the Distraction: “Since the games I play are online, I will turn off the Internet until I finish this meeting agenda.‖ 3. Create a Support Group: “They will be my support for finishing tasks. I am not alone.‖

Division 21 Key Club members participate in the San Diego Heart Walk

Let’s make a promise to each other to fight off this beast! Together, we can do it :] EDITORS

Hello CNH Editors, Are you maximizing your Key Club resources? The CNH CyberKey (www.cnhkeyclub.org) and the Key Club International website (www.keyclub.org) are two valuable resources you can use. The Key Club International website has graphics available to use for newsletters or promotion articles. You may find additional information on an International level. In order to save time compiling articles, please check your articles to ensure they properly submitted. Follow the instructions found on the CNH Cyberkey under News>CNH District Newsletter. Remember to keep the file to it's original Word Document and do not convert it to a PDF.

Division 36 East helps to beautify San Bernardino

OFFICER REFLECTORS JOIN IN! We are here to support EACH OTHER. Presidents: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-presidents VPs: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-vice-presidents Secretaries: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-secretaries Treasurers: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-treasurers Editors: groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-editors

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Clubs who made MAGIC COMPILED BY LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS OF CNH

Clubs of the Month Lt. Governors recognized these individuals last month for their commitment to service and the magic they created! Division 1

Division 26

Division 2

Division 27

Mc Nair

Division 3

Division 28 North

Legacy

Division 28 South

Coronado

Division 4 East

Beckman

Division 4 North

Division 28 West

Division 4 West

Fountain Valley

Division 29

Division 5

Clovis West

Division 30 North

Division 6

Paloma Valley

Division 30 South

Whitney

Division 7 North

West Campus

Division 31

Helix

Division 7 South

Monterey Trail

Division 33

Robert F. Kennedy

Division 8

Armijo

Division 34 North

Division 10 North

Temple City

Division 34 South

Division 10 South

San Gabriel

Division 35 East

Division 11

Mar Vista

Division 35 West

Division 12 East

KIPP San Jose Collegiate

Division 36 East

Division 12 South

Pioneer

Division 36 West

Division 12 West

Los Gatos

Division 37 East

Division 13 North

Lakewood

Division 37 North

Division 13 South

Wilson

Division 37 South

Westview

Division 14

West Valley

Division 38 East

Silverado

Division 15

Chino Hills

Division 38 West

Pete Knight

Division 16

Division 39

Marysville

Division 18

Division 41 North

Woodbridge

Division 41 South

El Toro

Division 19 South

Division 42 East

Newbury Park

Division 20 & 32

Division 42 West

Division 19 North

CAMS

Gunn

San Bernardino San Marcos High

Division 21

University City

Division 43

San Benito

Division 22

Kaiser

Division 44 North

Granite Bay

Division 23

Galena

Division 44 South

Foothill

Division 24

Division 45

Division 25 East

Cleveland

Division 46

Division 25 West

El Camino Real

Division 47

Palm Springs

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Membership

Education Center

Information By the Member Relations Committee and Policy, International, & Elections Committee

YOF The Member Relations Committee would like to encourage your club to apply for the YOF grant! What is the YOF grant? YOF is an acronym for Youth Opportunities Fund. The fund gives Key Clubs grants to be used for service projects that aid the home, school, or community. The money from this grant comes from the yearly dues that a member pays. Use this money that you have already contributed and perform service. TAKE ACTION! The possibilities are endless: conquer poverty or literacy throughout the world. Discuss this with your club and send your applications in by October 15th. Details can be found in the following web address. http:// keyclub.org/service/yof/ yofgrant.aspx

Policies and Elections Subcommittees: The Policies Subcommittee is working alongside with the Elections Subcommittee to produce a tutorial in regards to How to Effectively hold a Club‘s Election day and how to utilize Agreement to Serve Forms (ASFs). This will include proper voting etiquette, the importance of a quorum, etc. The resource booklet on how to Read and Interpret the District Bylaws and Policies will be posted and sent to the officer‘s reflector when completed! In addition to, the resource booklets on How to Run for a Club Office and Lieutenant Governor as well as a District Executive or District Committee Chair position will be paired with how to run to be a member of the Key Club International Board, so stay tuned! International Subcommittee: The International Subcommittee is currently working on a resource PowerPoint outlining key details of our International Organization, including the motto, Key Club structure, the pledge, and much more! Do not forget to raise awareness on major International Major Emphasis Programs such as Project EliMiNaTe and Trick or Treat for UNICEF, which can be a great substitute for receiving candy, to collect coins to give back to the people in Africa who are afflicted with disease and other traumatizing things. A newsletter will also be posted onto the CyberKey shortly on similar details for easier viewing. Dues: Please make sure you and your members pay for your membership dues to be considered as an official member of Key Club International. These can start now, so start right away!

Education: Want to be informed on Policy education? Do you have any general questions about the Policy Manual? Then, from Policy, International Business, & please join the policy reflector group at: http:// groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-policy?hl=en. What about Tutorials & Resources  Focus on Key Club in general? How to recruit more members? What VARIETY of TOPICS Vision  District Bylaws Statement relations and resources would be helpful to serve you? Then join the CNH KC Education Reflector group at: http://  Running for OFFICE  Focus on groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-education?hl=en  All levels Service  Appointments Partners  Candidate  Focus on Any other questions, comments, or concerns, please to do Training materials Core hesitate to let me know! I want to make this a MAGICAL year International Business Values and I know with your help and support, we can do this!  Board updates

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Membership

Education Center

Information By the Kiwanis Family & Foundation Committee

PEDIATRIC TRAUMA PROGRAM

Key Club Week Kiwanis Family Month is coming up in November, so let‘s start off this month with a bang! Every year, Kiwanis Family Month is started off with Key Club Week. Help celebrate and promote Key Club within our homes, schools and communities on November 7th-11th! Monday, Nov. 7 / Show your K in every way Show people what Key Club is all about! Spread the word by wearing Key Club gear and publicizing Key Club! Tuesday, Nov. 8 / Kudos to the Key players Personally thank all the Key Club supporters you know—teachers, advisors and other Key players! Wednesday, Nov. 9 / Connect the Ks Connect with local Kiwanis, Circle K International, Builders, Kiwanis Kids or Aktion clubs and team up for a joint service project! Thursday, Nov. 10 / Bring a friend to Key Club - Bring a friend, or two, or more to your next Key Club meeting! Friday, Nov. 11 / Your Way! - This is your club‘s chance to do its own thing and make its mark. Pick a project, plan a recruitment party, or more!

Obtain Proclamations Officially announce Key Club Week in your community with a proclamation! For more resources and information regarding proclamations, refer to the Key Club public relations manual to get great tips on how to publicize Key Club in your community.

What is PTP? Pediatric Trauma Program or PTP is a project that Kiwanis established in 1994. Pediatric Trauma, or unintentional injury, is the leading cause of death among children ages of 14 and under. It is estimated that 40% of the deaths is due to unintentional injuries and estimated that 90% of the injuries can be prevented. The Goal? “To develop local projects, which will reduce the number of children in our District who are killed or injured by trauma." Fall Rally Every year CNH holds two Fall Rallies, one in Northern California and one in Southern California. At each rally the LTGs and Executives are ―auctioned‖ off to divisions. All of the auctioned funds and a portion of the ticket sales for both events go to towards the Pediatric Trauma Program. Last year over $100,000.00 were raised! Come support the Pediatric Trauma Program this year by attending Fall Rally North on October 29, 2011 or Fall Rally South on November 19, 2011. W a n t m o r e Information? Please feel free to contact the Kiwanis Family and Foundation Committee or visit the Kiwanis Family and Foundation Tab l o c a te d on the CyberKey for future updates.

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Recognition

Center

Information By Member Recognition Committee

Handbook  Posted in September  Contest Guidelines  Application process from

Tutorials & Resources  Videos  PPTs  Webinars

Certificates  Members  And more

Member Recognition

Once again, the Member Recognition is making an effort to create a magical experience for the Cali-Nev-Ha District! With the Key Club service season in full-swing, it‘s time to start thinking about ways to recognize those absolutely amazing members! Year-long recognition is a great way to keep clubs motivated and excited for service and encourages members to get something more from their community service hours. 1. Give out monthly awards at your Key Club meetings. Recognize members with certificates for both silly and serious categories. Most Service Hours, Key Clubber of the Month, and Most Funds Raised are equally as important as Most Spirited and Friendliest Member! 2. Pass around a spirit stick or other item that represents your club. Is your school mascot a fighting tiger? A rushing mustang? A soaring eagle? Let your spirit shine with an item that says everything about your school and club pride and award it to continuously to the member or officer with the best overall Key Club performance each month. 3. Encourage officers and members to apply for the DCON 2012 awards & contests! Ranging from Club Attire to Talent to Outstanding Officer, there‘s and award for everybody! Revised and updated 2012 contest/award application guidelines will be posted by the beginning of October, but clubs can always start preparing early with brainstorming and getting involved. Members and officers are also welcome to join the CNH Recognition Reflector at www.groups.google.com/cnh-kcrecognition?!=en. Through this group, the Member Recognition Committee will keep you updated and answer any questions and comments regarding CNH Recognition. Periodic posts will be made on the first Saturday of every month. The Member Recognition Handbook has also been posted! Check the CNH Cyberkey at www.cnhkeyclub.org to get ready for the application process. Video tutorials, updated guidelines, and a revised recognition tab layout are on their way as well. For any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to post to the Recognition Reflector mentioned above, or contact MR Chair, Sasha Spala, at cnhkc.mr1112@gmail.com.

Division 8 Key Club hosts a local fundraising car wash (left)

Division 25 Key Club members take joy in helping to keep Chatsworth clean (right)

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Division Council Meetings COMPILED BY LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS OF CNH

OCTOBER Date Time

DCMs are not just for officers. All members are welcome!! Come and join the fun!

Location

Address

REGION 1 Division 11 Division 31

5 15

6:00 PM 11:00 AM

Family House of Pancakes Harry Griffen Regional Park

1900 East Plaza Boulevard, National City, CA 9550 Milden Street La Mesa, CA 91942

Division 21 Division 37 East

29 29

3:30 PM 3:30 PM

Taft Middle School Taft Middle School

Division 37 North

29

3:30 PM

Taft Middle School

Division 37 South

29

3:30 PM

Taft Middle School

9191 Gramercy Drive, San Diego 92123 9191 Gramercy Drive San Diego, CA 9191 Gramercy Drive San Diego, CA 921234095 9191 Gramercy Drive San Diego, CA 921234095

8 8 8 8 29 8 22

6:00 AM

3:00 PM 11:00 AM 5:00 PM

Orange Coast College Orange Coast College Orange Coast College Orange Coast College Anaheim Fall Festival Orange Coast College Information Not Provided

2701 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 2702 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 2703 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 2704 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 300 West Lincoln Ave., Anaheim, CA 92805 2701 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Information Not Provided

8 8 9 8

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM

UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Riverside

900 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521 900 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521 901 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521 902 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521

11 19

5:00 PM 5:00 PM

15 8

4:00 PM 1:00 PM

Shadow Ridge High School 5050 Brent Lane, N. Las Vegas, NV 89131 Basic High School 400 N. Palo Verde Dr., Henderson, NV 89005 Information Not Provided Information Not Provided Apple Valley High School 11837 Navajo Road, Apple Valley, CA, 92308 Lancaster Boys & Girls Club 2551 W Avenue H Lancaster, CA 93536-8117

9

12:00 PM

REGION 2

REGION 3 Division 4 East Division 4 North Division 4 West Division 30 North Division 30 South Division 41 North Division 41 South

11:00 AM

REGION 4 Division 6 Division 36 East Division 36 West Division 47

REGION 5 Division 28 North Division 28 South Division 28 West Division 38 East Division 38 West

REGION 6 Division 23 Division 45

University of Nevada, Reno 1664 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89557 Please contact the Divison 23 LTG

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Date Time

Location

Address Information Not Provided Information Not Provided 18300 Lemarsh Street Northridge, CA 91325 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA 91367

REGION 7 Division 3 Division 16 Division 25 East

29

1:30 PM

Information Not Provided Information Not Provided Northridge Park

Division 25 West

22

12:00 PM

Warner Center Park

15 30 22

3:30 PM 3:00 PM 11:00 AM

Please contact the Divison 19 South LTG Cal State Dominguez 1000 E. Victoria St., Carson, CA Wilson High School 4400 E. 10th Street Long Beach, CA Nakaoka Community Center 1670 W. 162nd St. Gardena, CA 90247 Information Not Provided Information Not Provided

REGION 8 Division Division Division Division Division

1 13 North 13 South 19 North 19 South

REGION 9 Division 2 Division 8 Division 26

9

9:00 AM

Information Not Provided

Information Not Provided

YMCA Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda Information Not Provided

11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020-9711 Information Not Provided

REGION 10 Division Division Division Division

24 29 42 East 42 West

23 8

4:00 P.M. 3:30 PM

Information Not Provided Please contact the Divison 24 LTG Rancho Madera Community Park Hobert Park

Information Not Provided

15

10:00 AM

Information Not Provided Cecil Park

Information Not Provided Cecil Park Delano CA, Cecil Avenue

24

6:00 PM

Buchanan High School Information Not Provided

1560 North Minnewawa Avenue, Clovis, CA 93619 Information Not Provided

556 Lake Park Drive Simi Valley, CA.93065 Hobert Park, Ventura, CA

REGION 11 Division 18 Division 33

REGION 12 Division 5 Division 46

REGION 13 Division 10 North Division 10 South

23

1:00 PM

Garfield Park

Mission Street & Park Ave South Pasadena, California 91030

30

1:00 PM

Almansor Park

800 S. Almansor St., Alhambra 91803

Division 15

1

3:00 PM

Alma Hofman Park

5201 Benito St., Montclair, CA, 91763

Division 35 East

Information Not Provided

Information Not Provided

Division 35 West

Information Not Provided

Information Not Provided

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Date Time

Location

Address

Round Table Pizza Red Bluff High School Cafeteria

1278 Stabler Lane, Yuba City 1260 Union Street, Red Bluff, CA

Information Not Provided

Information Not Provided

REGION 14 Division 14 Division 39

1 3

6:00 AM 6:00 PM

REGION 15 Division 20 & 32

REGION 16 Division Division Division Division Division

7 North 7 South 27 44 North 44 South

15 15 22 22 16

8:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 AM 3:00 AM

Rio Linda High School Monterey Trail High School Oak Park Ice Arena Maidu Park Livermore Park

6309 Dry Creek Road, Rio Linda, 95673 8661 Power Inn Rd. Elk Grove, CA 95624 3545 Alvarado Avenue, Stockton, CA 1550 Maidu Drive, Roseville 6004 Riley St.

9 9 8

10:00 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM

9 9

8:30 AM 10:00 AM

YMCA Camp Jones Gulch YMCA Camp Jones Gulch YMCA Camp Jones Gulch YMCA Camp Jones Gulch YMCA Camp Jones Gulch YMCA Camp Jones Gulch

11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020 11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020 11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020 11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020 11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020 11000 Pescadero Rd La Honda, CA 94020

2 8

6:00 AM 9:30 AM

Kaua'i High School Information Not Provided

3577 Lala Road, Lihue, HI Information Not Provided

22

8:00 AM

Keopuolani Park

700 Halia Nakoa Street, Wailuku, Maui, HI 96793

REGION 17 Division Division Division Division Division Division

12 East 12 South 12 West 34 North 34 South 43

REGION 18 Division 22

What is a

Division Council Meeting? A Division Council Meeting (DCM) is a meeting conducted by the respective Lieutenant Governor for the members in the division. This meeting is full of information about upcoming events, education about Key Club, and much more. At DCMs, you have a chance to learn more about various projects and events, gain a better understanding of how great this organization truly is, and to get involved with the division and meet new people. We encourage you to attend so that you can learn more about what‘s been happening in Key Club. Some DCMs are even joined with a service project, fundraiser, or social, so you can be there for more than one reason!

How can I get more

INVOLVED? Bee a Division Assistant May if not all of these positions may be filled by the end of summer BUT ask your Lt. Governor if any positions are still available. Bee a Division News Editor Have a talent for newsletters? Some divisions may still need one. Ask! Bee a Task Coordinator Ask your Lt. Governor about Task positions.

Coordinator

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Thank You for Reading This publication was made with L–O-V-E for our MEMBERS! The entire CNH Key Club Board contributes to this publication every month for YOU - the members, officers, and advisors of the California- Nevada-Hawai‘i Key Club District. We hope you found this informative and helpful. Please do not hesitate to any of contact us. Contact information listed for Board members are the official Kiwanis provided addresses (aliases). These are linked to our gmail accounts. Executive Team Governor Erinn Wong........................................ cnhkc.dg1112@gmail.com Secretary Andrew Liu ......................................... cnhkc.ds1112@gmail.com Treasurer Christopher J. Van ..............................cnhkc.dt1112@gmail.com Technology Editor Elijah Kang ......................... cnhkc.dte1112@gmail.com Committee Chairs District Convention Philip Nguyen ...................... kcdcon@cnhkiwanis.org District Projects Alex Liu .......................................... kcdp@cnhkiwanis.org Kiwanis Family & Foundation Mark Ubongen ...... kckff@cnhkiwanis.org Member Recognition Sasha Spala ............................ kcmr@cnhkiwanis.org Member Relations Charmaine LeBlanc ..................kcmrs@cnhkiwanis.org Policies, International, Elections Miles Glick ......... kcpie@cnhkiwanis.org District Administrator Lisa Lotito-Byers ............. cnhkc.admin@gmail.com Director, SLP Bruce Hennings ............................... bruce@cnhkiwanis.org Assistant Administrator Marshall Roberson ............... cnhadan@gmail.com Special Assistant: Ethics Pete Ballew .............................. pjb184@yahoo.com Special Assistant: Grants Marek LeBlanc .................... cnhkc.sa@gmail.com Region 1 Division 11 ........................................................... d11kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 31 ........................................................... d31kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Dan Rodgers .................................. danrodgers2@gmail.com Region 2 Division 21 ............................................................ d21kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 37 East ..................................................d37ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 37 North ............................................. d37nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 37 South ............................................... d37skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor John Crawford........................... kiwannabee@hotmail.com Region 3 Division 4 East ......................................................d4ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 4 North .................................................. d4nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 4 West ................................................... d4wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 30 North ............................................. d30nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 30 South ............................................... d30skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 41 North ............................................. d41nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 41 South ............................................... d41skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Randy Golden ..........................randygolden12@gmail.com Region Elaine Pong ........................................................ EPong119@aol.com

Region 4 Division 6 ............................................................... d6kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 36 East ................................................. d36ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 36 West ............................................... d36wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 47 .......................................................... d47kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Carolyn Qualm .............................. r04.advisor@gmail.com Region 5 Division 28 North ............................................. d28nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 28 South .............................................. d28skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 28 West ............................................... d28wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 38 East .................................................. d38ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 38 West ................................................ d38wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Alyson Palmer ............................. apalmer@interact.ccsd.net Region Advisor Jennifer Skidmore ..................... bright_eyed78@yahoo.com Region 6 Division 23 ........................................................... d23kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 45 .................................................... please contact D23 Lt. Governor Region Advisor Michael McStroul .......................... MMcStroul@gmail.com Region 7 Divisions 3 .............................................................. d3kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 16 ........................................................... d16kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 25 East ................................................. d25ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 25 West ............................................... d25wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Doug Ridnor ....................................dridnor@sbcglobal.net Region Advisor JoAnne Catran .................................... jocatran@gmail.com Region 8 Division 1 ........................................................... please contact Region Advisor Division 13 North ............................................. d13nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 13 South .............................................. d13skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 19 North ............................................. d19nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 19 South .............................................. d19skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Mark Ross ......................................... mkrossreg11@aol.com Region 9 Division 2 .............................................................. d2kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 8 ............................................................... d8kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 26 ........................................................... d26kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Doug Gin ................................. region9advisor@gmail.com Region Advisor Lisa Grover.................................... lisagrover81@gmail.com

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Regions 10 Division 24 ........................................................... d24kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 29 ........................................................... d29kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 42 East ..................................................d42ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 42 West ...............................................d42wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Mike Van Etten ........................... region10mve@gmail.com Region 11 Division 18 ........................................................... d18kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 33 ........................................................... d33kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Carole Farris .................................. carole.farris@gmail.com Region 12 Division 5 ............................................................... d5kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 46 ........................................................... d46kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Frank Vierra ................................. fvierra@muhsd.k12.ca.us Region 13 Division 10 North ............................................. d10nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 10 South ............................................... d10skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 15 ........................................................... d15kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 35 East ..................................................d35ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 35 West ...............................................d35wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Patty Cridland ....................... patriciacridland@aol.com Region 14 Division 14 ........................................................... d14kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 39 .................................................... please contact D14 Lt. Governor Region Advisor Rhonda Cameron ....................... camrhon007@gmail.com Region 15 Division 20 .................................................... please contact D32 Lt. Governor Division 32 ........................................................... d32kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Sue Cummins ...................................... cummins@sonic.net

Region 16 Division 7 North ...................................................d7nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 7 South .................................................. d7skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 27 ........................................................... d27kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 44 North ............................................. d44nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 44 South .............................................. d44skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Rae Whitby-Brummer .......................... raewhitby@aol.com Region Advisor Judi Whitby.................................................. jr781@aol.com Region 17 Division 12 East ................................................. d12ekcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 12 South .............................................. d12skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 12 West ............................................... d12wkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 34 North ............................................. d34nkcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 34 South .............................................. d34skcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Division 43 ........................................................... d43kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Jennifer Buelna ................................ jenbuelna@gmail.com Region Advisor Jim Davis ................................. winfield5064@sbcglobal.net Region Advisor Jim Hart .................................................. junkwitz@aol.com Region 18 Division 22 ........................................................... d22kcltg@cnhkiwanis.org Region Advisor Charlene Masuhara ....................... chmasuhara@gmail.com

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Oct. 2011 CNH Newsletter