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DNE Message Executive Message International Update Articles and Visuals

Division Council Meeting, D04E Rowland Masquerade Ball, D35E Thanksgiving Block Party, D31 Key Leader, D43 Operation Christmas Card, D12W

13 Key Club Partners 14 District Board Submissions

Kiwanis Family & Foundation Policy, Int’l Business & Elections Member Recognition Service Projects Region 5 Ad Region 4 Ad Region 10 Ad Region 13 Ad Division 13 South Flyer Division 30 North Flyer

44 Division Recognition 47 District Calendar 50 Contact Information

Zoe Yao

District News Editor What’s the buzz, CNH? Welcome to the new year, CNH! I hope 2017 has been rewarding and fulfilling and that you have reached your goals. As 2018 rolls around, set personal goals for the new year, and remember to keep in mind the goals you set at the beginning of this Key Club term! I know often we tend to forget our New Year’s Resolutions less than a month in the new year, so let’s push to complete them this year! Speaking of the beginning of the term, we’re almost through the 17-18 term! Can you believe it? We have less than 4 months until DCON 2018, where we’ll reflect on the past term, recognize achievements, and install the new district board. I hope to see you there! What are you looking forward to? With DCON just around the corner, keep admission, housing, and transportation costs in mind! Reach out to your home club and Kiwanis Club if you’re having financial difficulties and would like to attend DCON. Nobody should miss out on such an opportunity. We are well on our way to meeting our district goals this term! With hard work, we can accomplish whatever we set our minds to! CNH is capable of greatness, and this term will be the example. As always, thanks for reading and see you next month! Zoe Yao District News Editor cnhkc.dne@gmail.com


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Cali-Nev-Ha District Convention 2018 Reno, Nevada April 13-15, 2018 PRICING on-time registration due February 28, 2018

$174

late registration due March 14, 2018

$214

hotel room costs Grand Sierra Resort

$170+/night follow

POLICIES club must be

SCHOOL ON-TIME POLICY DUES PAID

10:1 chaperone ratio

KEY CLUB FORMS Code of Conduct Medical Release Form

each club must provide:

2 SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 2 DELEGATES registration link to be released soon!


04 Angelica Garcia District Governor

Happy Holidays, CNH! 2017 has been a whirlwind for this district. Officers have come and gone, new members have been welcomed to the organization, and many feats have been reached. As the year comes to a close, take this time to reflect on where you are now and what you can do to improve. This term, we have already achieved our PTP goal and raised over $210,000 for PTP!!! This is insane, and you all deserve praise and love for your efforts. However, our service hour count and number of paid dues is staggeringly low. I commend you for raising so much money for PTP, but now we must focus our attention in accurately reporting service hours and paying dues. We have already accomplished one of our district goals. Let us work harder to accomplish our other goals. We have four months left in this Key Club year. Work hard to leave a legacy that you will be proud of. I believe in every single one of you, so try your best for this district. Stay buzzin’ bees!

Angelica Garcia District Governor cnhkc.gov1718@gmail.com

JiMin Margarett Lee District Secretary

Happy New Year CNH Bees! I hope that you all are keeping warm and having a wonderful break so far with your loved ones. It is finally 2018, and I hope that you are able to achieve all your goals and resolutions that you set for yourself this year. Perhaps you can have one of your New Year’s Resolutions be serving your home schools and communities! I wanted to first congratulate you on going above and beyond achieving our goal of raising $190,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program. CNH, you have truly outdone yourself. You make me the proudest Secretary to serve you this term. January means that DCON registration is open! Make sure to finalize logistics (for transportation and chaperones) and start having meetings to inform those who are interested in going. It is always better to plan ahead of time — these deadlines come by really fast! With DCON coming up soon, please do not forget the District goals that we have set early on this term. 1.3 million service hours may seem like a lot, but I know that we can do it! Just a little bit of dedication and motivation from all of you, and we can achieve this goal in a blink. I wish you all a wonderful beginning of the year and lets end this year strong! JiMin Margarett Lee District Secretary cnhkc.sec1718@gmail.com


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District Treasurer Happy New Year, CNH! I hope that you have had a wonderful holiday season full of warm moments spent with your loved ones. Reflect on this past year and work on improving yourself to become the best you can be. I hope that 2017 was a wonderful year for you all, and may this new year bring growth, happiness, and prosperity. Moving onto dues talk, if your club has still yet to submit dues, your club has until February 1st to do so or else it will be considered suspended. Keep in mind that suspended clubs run the risk of having their charter revoked, and we want to avoid this situation! Delinquent notices were sent out to several clubs, and should you ever need any personal assistance with dues, please do not hesitate to contact me. As of December 21st, 2017, the CNH District has over 32,000 dues paid members. We are so close to our district goal of 43,000 dues pad members. Please remember that the dues process occurs all year – not just before December 1st. Continue to encourage members to pay dues and to collect and properly submit them until the end of the term. Thank you for everything you do, CNH! The numbers are remarkable, but it is your passion and dedication to service that truly makes me swell with pride when I tell others of the achievements of this district. Have an amazing month, and see you all soon! Vivian Chu District Treasurer cnhkc.trs1718@gmail.com

Luke Gilmore

International Trustee Greetings, CNH Bees! A wonderful season is upon us— the holiday season! The holidays are a great opportunity to perform great service in your community. Make sure that your community is merry and bright through the service you do this holiday season! A few international updates— Breakthrough is January 1-6, 2018. Four of our CNH Bees have been selected to participate in this initiative. Julian Philipie and Bryan Tovar will be attending Breakthrough in Miami, Florida, while Eduardo Torres and Matthew Ujemov will be attending Breakthrough in New Orleans, Louisiana. Congratulations! Did you miss the first round of HALO applications but would still like to receive funding for your amazing service project ideas? The second round of Nickelodeon’s HALO Movement will be through February 1 to May 1. Be on the lookout for more information coming soon. Congratulations to Heritage High School Key Club in Menifee, CA for being selected as a finalist for the first round of HALO applications! Mark your calendars to attend the largest event in the CNH District: District Convention! DCON will be held on April 13-15, 2018, in Reno, Nevada. I can’t wait to meet all of you as we celebrate an amazing year for the California-Nevada-Hawaii District by attending workshops and general sessions, dancing the night away, and electing your 2018-19 Executive Board. I also hope to see many of you at the Key Club International Convention on July 4-8, 2018, in Chicago, Illinois! ICON is an unforgettable experience to meet people from across the world, elect the 2018-19 International Board, attend general sessions and dances, participate in workshops, and much more! It is never too early to start saving up for DCON and/or ICON! I’d like to wish you a happy holidays and a happy 2018! It’s been an amazing year for CNH, and I am beyond excited to see what CNH accomplishes in 2018. Luke Gilmore International Trustee lukegilmore.kci@gmail.com


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ARTICLES & VISUALS 07 Division Council Meeting Lisa Pham, D04E 08 Rowland Masquerade Ball Great Kim, D35E 09 Thanksgiving Block Party Zuriel Hernandez, D31 10 Key Leader Martin Tanseco, D43 12 Operation Christmas Child Mehmood Rahmatullah, D12W

We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect. Anaïs Nin


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D04E DIVISION COUNCIL MEETING Lisa Pham, Foothill

At the December DCM, also known as Merry Fishmas, Division 4 East swam out to Canyon Rim Elementary to get festive and have fun these last few weeks before school’s out for winter break! Key Clubbers wrote letters to the elderly in retirement homes, wishing happy, warm, and safe holidays. After discussing old and new business, members then proceeded to participate in a wide array of games including song memorization, gingerbread house making, and intense rounds of musical chairs! Division 4 East served pizza, brownies, cookies, and hot chocolate, so everyone had a wonderful time basking in holiday cheer and serving the community. Altogether, Canyon Key Club hosted a heartwarming, fun event where members sovwivcialized, bonded, and served the community.


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D35E ROWLAND MASQUERADE BALL Great Kim, Rowland

On December 3rd, the local senior citizens gathered for a cute prom together. The Hacienda Heights Community Center was made to have a masquerade ball ambiance with a live singer and band. The live music and wafting smell of food kept Key Clubbers in high spirits when serving all the lovely seniors. Members were positioned to serve both main dishes and appetisers (and were also able to have some of the lovely food after). To shake off the food, Key Clubbers joined the seniors on the dance floor. Nearing the end, a candy buffet was given out where the seniors could satisfy their sweet tooth. A special thanks goes out to Mr. Bashir for chaperoning all the members that went!


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D31 THANKSGIVING BLOCK PARTY

Zuriel Hernandez, Grossmont Grossmont was able to give back to its community by handing out food and necessities for the cold winter season. We were able to hand out nonperishable foods for Thanksgiving. We also handed out freshly made hamburgers and hot dogs.Key Clubbers were also able to give donated items to help others through the holidays. Some items that were given to the community were blankets, clothes, pots and pans, and portable heaters.


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D43 KEY LEADER

Martin Tanseco, Marina I attended Key leader for the first time this year. I had always wanted to go but never had the courage or the funds to attend. This year, I was lucky enough to receive sponsorship from Kiwanis. I didn’t really have an idea of what I was getting myself into. I was told I would learn a lot and have a

great time. My expectations were well met. When we got there, we met a lot of people right away. Everyone was really awkward so we were given an ice breaker where we were somewhat forced to socialize and ask each other questions. It was a fun way to get people to start talking to each other. Up next was dinner; the food was really good. It was the same food as RTC and just as


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good. The breakfast, lunch, and dinner the next two days tasted amazing as well. Throughout the weekend we had various lectures on how to improve our leadership. The head facilitator had an insane amount of energy; it kept me engaged and interested no matter how little sleep I had. On the second day we took part in a Challenge Course. We were forced into teams where we accomplished various tasks for us to work together. However,

each challenge took different ways of thinking and challenged us as a team. After each one our instructor showed us the lessons we learned instinctively. Lastly one of the best parts of Key Leader was the amazing people I met. I made a lot of great friends who I hope to meet at future events. Spending the weekend with them will be a great memory. Key Leader will no doubt be an unforgettable experience. I hope to attend again next year.


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D12W OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD Mehmood Rahmatullah, Adrian Wilcox

Our first Operation Christmas Child event was a success. Wilcox Key Club along with some assistance from Santa Clara Kiwanis worked to put together christmas presents for the less of fortunate children from countries of poverty. Around 50 Key clubbers attended the event held in the Wilcox cafeteria. First, students partnered up with a friendand put together a box to hold the presents following very specific instructions. Next, students would make the decisions whether the gift should be for a boy or a girl. After the partners decided, they immediately started filling their box with the best gifts they could find such as crayons, notepads, stuffed animals, etc. Once the box was filled with gifts, Key Clubbers sat down to write a meaningful heartfelt message to the receivers. Whilst making presents, Key Clubbers had the opportunity to enjoy hot cocoa and croissants. Once the presents were stuffed and wrapped, students placed a boy or a girl label on the box submitted it. This was a great event for the Key Clubbers because it gave us an opportunity to put a smile on a child’s face who may being going through problems. Students also mingled with friends and met with new people which strengthened the Wilcox key Club community as a whole. This was a extremely fun event and I definitely cannot wait to do it next year.


Key Club International Partners VISION PARTNER

NICKELODEON joined the Kiwanis family as a 2013 Vision Partner of Kiwanis International with a focus on its Big Help initiative, which addresses issues in service, education, the environment and health.

CO-SPONSOR

RUSTIC PATHWAYS has 30 years of experience leading exceptional service programs for students. Recognizing our shared values, Rustic Pathways has partnered with Key Club to provide its members with the opportunity to broaden their global perspective while performing meaningful service projects around the world.

PREFERRED CHARITIES

CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK HOSPITALS sponsors Key Club fundraising events. Key Club members also participate in service projects at their local children’s hospital. Key Club has partnered with the MARCH OF DIMES for decades to give every baby a healthy start. Key Club members raise thousands of dollars annually through various programs. Since 1994, Key Club has been Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF and over the years has raised nearly $5 million for iodine deficiency programs worldwide and HIV and AIDS programs in Kenya and Swaziland. Now it’s helping The Eliminate Project. Since 2014 Key Club International has been partnering with the THIRST PROJECT during the Month of March to participate in the “Dirty Little Secret” campaign. 748 Million people on our planet do not have access to safe, clean drinking water. Key Club members fill up a water bottle with dirty water and carry the bottle around all month. When people ask why, Key Club members share the secret.

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FROM THE DISTRICT BOARD Kiwanis Family and Foundation 15 CNH Foundation 16 Fall Training Conference 17 Magic Kingdom Division 18 Why is Key Leader Important? 19 Key Leader Meaning 20 Kiwanis Literary Club 21 Keeping up with the Kiwanis 22 Disaster Relief Grants 23 #MyKeyClubMoment 24 PTP Update 25 Kiwanis Young Professionals Policy, Int’l Business & Elections 26 Conclave 27 International Office CTC Member Recognition 28 District Monthly Recognition Service Projects 29 New Year’s Resolutions 32 Defining Service 34 Spotlight on Service 37 Region 5 Ad 38 Region 5 Ad 40 Region 10 Ad 41 Region 13 Ad 42 Division 13 South Flyer 43 Division 30 North Flyer

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. Mahatma Gandhi


What Has The CNH Foundation Been Doing? CNH FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS Applicants should be current, active members of a Kiwanis SLP club for a minimum of one year and have a 2.5 GPA or greater. Key Club and KIWIN’S applicants must be graduating seniors and their GPA must be verified by the faculty advisor. Circle K applicants must submit a school transcript.

RECEIVED BY DEADLINE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 2018 *Only ⅓ of scholarships go to Lieutenant Governors and District Board members!


FALL TRAINING CONFERENCE! Fall Training Conference is a 3-day, 2-night weekend getaway up in Sonora, California where Circle K members from all across our sunny CNH district gather! During this weekend adventure, Circle K members have the opportunity to meet and bond with members from other schools, build their leadership skills, and learn more about what this organization has to offer. This weekend truly is a magical experience for our district! From spirit, to workshops, to a campfire show -- there is so much that goes on during this weekend, and it's the event where a lot of Circle K members have their "Circle K moment".

Fall Training Conference Chair 2017-2018


What is the Magic Kingdom Division? The Magic Kingdom division of CNH Circle K bring together universities and colleges in Orange County under one group! Magic Kingdom is named after Disneyland, a shining jewel in SoCal! Like Disneyland, Magic Kingdom is one of the happiest places on Earth, bringing magic to those we serve. Our division is the equivalent to Region 3 Key Club and the Jet Division of KIWIN’S Key Club.

CNH Circle K

CSU Fullerton Chapman University Golden West College Irvine Valley College Orange Coast College Saddleback College Santa Ana College Soka University of America UC Irvine Whitter College

Magic Kingdom Lieuternant Governor 2017-2018


key leader Why is

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Canadian provinces, Bahamas, Malaysia, Brazil, Cayman Islands, El Salvador and Singapore.

What it is

Key Leader is a unique leadership experience like no other. As a Kiwanis International program, it consists of large and small group workshops, discussions and team-building activities. Strengthen your skills through simulations, climbing a ten foot wall, and many more team building and leadership exercises. There, you’ll learn how to take risks and the five keys to to being a great leader: pursuit of excellence, building community, personal integrity, respect, and personal growth. At Key Leader, you’ll not only come out with a life-changing experience and newly developed leadership skills but friends that you’ll stay with for a lifetime. It has been part of Kiwanis International for more than ten years, changing lives from one camp to another.

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Old and new attendees alike, Key Leader students step out of their comfort zone and learn something new at camp. With the usual attendance 70 members, attendees are bound to meet someone they don’t know. Take a risk and discover yourself at Key Leader!


What does Key Leader mean to you?

Magaret Lee

Ohio KC Key Leader Ambassador

Why I love Key Leader is beacause no matter how many times you attend the event you accomplish and learn something new every time. I have been to Key Leader three times, and each time I have learned a new thing out of he weekend. Key Leader is so special and different compared to other leadership programs. The experience you have at the weekend will impact you for the rest of you life. he first day you come into a group of strangers and the last day they become your best friends.

Key Leader was an expereiene that I could not forget. After spending the three days at Camp Loch Leven, I truly felt that Key Leader had left a mark on me. Spending the weekend at an unfamiliar setting seemed like a strange concept at first, but I definitely do not regret my decisions. I never expected how much of an impact Key Leader would leave on me as I gained so many new leadership skills as well as long lasting friendships. Attending this event really changed my views and the way how I perceived myself as a leader.

Vy Nguyen

D21 Lieutenant Governor

Brandon Ma

D35E Executive Assistant

I attended Key Leader as my term as a club secretary was coming to an end. The leadership skills that this experience provided to me helped motivate me into serving as my division’s Executive Assistant the following term, as it taught me that everyone has the opportunity and ability to lead and serve others. This was an incredibly important experience as it opened up the door of servant leadership to students, regardless of their prior leadership experience.


Kiwanis Literary Club of Southern California Mission: “Through book distributions and creating custom-built mini libraries filled with new books, we are seeding book deserts™ in hopes that one day we will eliminate them completely.”

What is it? Officially chartered on October 4, 0 in alley Glen, CA ervice rojects include • Book Drives Building customized mini libraries these libraries can be purchased by anyone! tewardship maintaining the libraries Fundarisers


DISASTER RELIEF GRANTS FROM%THE%CNH%KIWANIS%FOUNDATION The Disaster Assistance Project Grant Program was established by the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation to assist Kiwanians and their clubs in providing immediate disaster relief assistance in the event of a natural disaster. To assist clubs in this endeavor, the Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation makes available club grants for service projects, up to 50% of the total project cost, with a maximum of $500.00.

Grants may be considered for the following: • Direct assistance to a Kiwanian or a Kiwanis family • To support a club project to assist with disaster relief efforts in their community. When the Kiwanis project is part of a larger project or community-wide project, the Foundation must know what portion of the project is the Kiwanis club project. To qualify for a grant, the Foundation requires club service hours be committed to the project and club funds are spent on the project. ALTHOUGH GRANTS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE TO KIWANIS CLUBS, THIS IS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY TO COLLABORATE WITH YOUR SPONSORING KIWANIS CLUB THROUGH SERVICE! 1. Incomplete applications will not be considered and will be returned to the club 2. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year; however, applications received more than 30 days after the project completion date will not be considered 3. Application processing time is approximately one week 4. Grant awards are limited to 50% of total cost, up to a maximum amount of $500.00 5. Grant funding is limited to one award per project 6. If your project is a fundraiser, it is ineligible for grant funds.

Students volunteering at a shelter during the Thomas Fire in early December 2017.

Grants are limited to one grant per project or per Kiwanis family. Multiple requests from a Kiwanis club will be considered; however, consideration will first be given to Kiwanis clubs applying for the first time. If your sponsoring Kiwanis has already spent money on a disaster relief project, please make sure they include copies of their receipts with the completed grant application. If your grant is approved, your sponsoring Kiwanis must club agree to furnish the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation with a follow-up grant report and funds expenditure report within 30 days of the end of the grant period. As part of the follow up report, the foundation requests photos, and if available, video clips and other data that would best convey how the grant was used and how providing this funding recognized the Kiwanis family.


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KIWANIS YOUNG PROFESSIONALS What is Kiwanis Young Professionals? • Typically adults under the age of 40 who are not professionally settled • Uses social media platforms that Kiwanis normally would not (i.e. Twitter, Instagram, personalized websites) Allows for flexbility for members • Meetings are not as often, can be held online, or are in the evening • Meals are optional and price range is minal • Emphasis on service


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Chantelle Cabinilla | Region 6 | Division 23 Chantelle Cabinilla has been an active and strong member. She has reached out to me multiple times for questions and advice. She is an active member and shows her dedication to Key Club through her works of service. MEMBER

Emily Lau | Region 15 | Division 20/32 Emily has dedicated her time to ensure the home club and division she serves has everything they need. She is always there to put in a helping hand. Serving as her home club's Vice President and the Division 32 Executive Assistant, she always completes any tasks thrown at her.

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Gary Benedetti | Region 6 | Division 23 Mr. Benedetti has been an amazing part of Kiwanis as well as Key Club. He has so much dedication towards the kids of Key Club and never fails to attend a Key Club DCM or Club meeting. ADVISOR


DISTRICT SERVICE HOUR GOAL Since April 2017, the Cali-Nev-Ha District has served a total of:

300,000+ Hours

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With only 4 months left in the term, it’s important that clubs throughout our District serve even more and work harder to ensure that each hour is counted towards our goal of 1.3 million service hours for the 2017 - 2018 Key Club Term. Check out the CNH CyberKey for more resources and guides on planning service and fundraiser events or contact the SP Chair at cnhkc.sp@gmail.com for more information on service projects.

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46 NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS SERVE MORE. PROCRASTINATE LESS. BE HAPPY. MAKE FRIENDS. WORK WITH KIWANIANS. BUILD YOUR HOME. BUILD YOUR SCHOOL. BUILD YOUR COMMUNITY. PLEDGE ON YOUR HONOR. UPHOLD THE VALUES OF KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL. LEAD OTHERS. BE INCLUSIVE. CARE FOR PEOPLE. BUILD YOUR CHARACTER. LEARN A NEW SKILL. RUN FOR OFFICE. APPLY FOR DISTINGUISHED. CRY AT DCON. CELEBRATE SERVICE. GO ON THE SERVICE SAFARI. WRITE TO YOUR CNH DISTRICT PEN PAL. GRADUATE WITH A KEY CLUB STOLE. WEAR MORE KEY CLUB APPAREL. CHANGE THE WORLD. ELIMINATE MNT. RAISE FUNDS FOR PTP . FUNDRAISE FOR CMN AT A DANCE MARATHON. BE PROUD TO BE A KEY CLUBBER


SUBMIT TO THE SPOTLIGHT ON SERVICE PROGRAM. WATCH AN EPISODE OF “WHAT’S POPPIN’? CNH”. ATTEND A TRAINING CONFERENCE. HOST A WORKSHOP. LEARN ABOUT POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS. LEARN MORE ABOUT CIRCLE K. SPONSOR A BUILDER’S CLUB. MARCH FOR DONATIONS FOR THE MARCH OF DIMES. MAKE MEMORIES. GO TO INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION IN CHICAGO. INSPIRE UNDERCLASSMEN. IMPRESS THE UPPERCLASSMEN. TRICKOR-TREAT FOR UNICEF. TAKE PICTURES. HAVE FUN AT A DCM. PLAN A BRAND NEW SERVICE EVENT. WORK WITH A NEW CHARITY IN YOUR AREA. CLEAN A PARK. MAKE 2018 YOUR YEAR. THANK KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL.

...TO MAKE 2018 UNFORGETTABLE. Whether you have 4 months or 40 months left, make the most of your time in Key Club.


DEFINING SERVICE What is service?

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the literal meaning of service is the “contribution to the welfare of others.”

Different Types of Service:

Direct Service - Actively and directly affecting someone through service. Any project where you see direct results. Examples: • Host beach/park clean-ups • Volunteer at soup kitchens and food pantries • Work with special needs individuals • Visit convalescent homes • Tutor students Indirect Service - Helping someone to help another group or individual. Any project performed through a different organization. Examples: • Fundraise for our preferred charities • Host toy, book, or clothes drives • Assemble care packages to be sent abroad • Make PTP dolls for the Pediatric Trauma Program • Work with an established foundation at a marathon


SERVICE HOURS What can be counted as a service hour? Key Club International’s Definition According to the Key Club International Guidebook, “a service hour is any hour of service performed by an individual Key Club member with the approval of his/ her club’s board of directors” (Article XXVII: Section F: Sub-section 7). This means that each club’s Board of Directors directly chooses how and which hours count towards a member’s overall service total. The policy is vague however and does not offer criteria for club officers to use to grant their approval. The purpose of this guide is to clarify what should and should not count as a service hour and to create a more uniform definition for the Cali-Nev-Ha District.

What Does Count

• Service projects planned by the Key Club or another club that is a part of the Kiwanis Family in which members actively perform service • Ex: Clean-ups, serving food at a shelter, setting up a marathon, cheering on runners at a marathon, tutoring, etc. • Book drives, food drives, clothing drives, etc. • Counting, packaging, delivering, etc. • Working at a fundraiser for a charity • Running a booth, serving & preparing food, hosting an event, etc. • Working at a project hosted by an outside organization but selected by the club board • Service projects not planned by the Key Club or Kiwanis Club should be consistent with the policies and objectives of the club and the core values of Key Club International • Service projects should be inclusive and available to all members of the club • Service projects at a DCM, DCON, ICON,or Training Conference ** If you and your club’s Board of Directors are unsure about whether an event counts or not, consult with your Faculty or Kiwanis advisor. If you are still unsure, feel free to contact the Service Projects Chair at cnhkc. sp@gmail.com, and they will consult with advisors **

What Does Not Count

• Attendance at... • Division Council Meetings (DCM) • Fall Rally North or South (FRN/FRS) • District or International Convention (DCON or ICON) • Officer or Region Training Conferences (OTC or RTC) • Key Leader • Club, board, committee, or other planning meetings, except meetings to plan service events • Socials, parties, or dances • Mandatory duties and responsibilities, such as officer duties • Time spent on paperwork, drafting agendas/emails, or applications for recognition such as distinguished • Fundraisers for the club’s use • Ex: for socials, banquets, Fall Rally, Conventions, etc. • Time spent traveling to or from a project • Paid and unpaid internships • Any time during a member is paid for their service ** If a service project is performed at an event, for example, a DCM, only the time spent performing service may contribute to service hours **


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Spotlight on Service Program Go to cnhkeyclub.org > Projects tab > Spotlight on Service Program > “Spotlight on Service Submission Form” Questions, comments, or concerns? Contact the Service Projects Chair at cnhkc.sp@gmail.com


{ November Spot light }

Kiwanis Special Games

Division 12 and 34 Kiwanis Clubs | Region 17 d12w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

“The most meaningful event that I have ever served at is an annual event held by the Division 12 and 34 Kiwanis called Special Games. The event is hosted at De Anza College where hundreds of Key Clubbers and Circle K-ers lead groups of handicapped and special-ed kids around Olympic-themed events that include Nerf Gun Shooting, Relay Races, and more. Seeing the joy in the faces of kids after they’ve kicked a soccer ball into a goal or being able to knock down cans after throwing a bean bag at them reminds me to be grateful for what I have each day. Attending Kiwanis Special Games is an event that I can’t describe in words because it is an event that leaves me with an incredible and near-tears experience.”

- Isabelle Trinh D12W Lietuenant Governor

Kiwanis Takeover

Segerstrom Key Club | D04W | Region 3 mika.miguel51@gmail.com

“Before Fall Rally, I contacted our newly installed Santa Ana Kiwanis Advisor Mr. Eric Rivas to schedule a date for our club to host the Kiwanis Meeting. The event went great and it really helped us grow closer to our Kiwanis Family, as this was Segerstrom Key Club’s first Kiwanis Takeover in many years. I’m proud to have been able to make the bond between our clubs much stonger.” - Mikaella Miguel Segerstrom Key Club President


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PTP Dolls with Kiwanis

D04N, 04E, 04W, 30N, 30S, 41N, 41S | Region 3 d41s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

“To prep for the event, I used the division budget to purchase materials for the PTP dolls: Kiwanis tags, fabric, stuffing, and sewing materials. I purchased most supplies in bulk from Joann’s Fabric and Craft Store but I also received a donation of 30 pounds of stuffing from Fairfield World by submitting an article about what Key Club does with PTP dolls. Afterwards, I asked my Kiwanis Club to sew over 300 dolls in preparation for the event at RTC. This took almost a month to prepare that many dolls, but it was worth it. At the end of the day, all 300 dolls were stuffed and 90 more had to be cut out and sewn. We had over 15 tables of Key Clubbers, 8 Kiwanians helping direct and instruct members, and an SAA Coordinator from Circle K. There are many different steps to be completed in the doll-making process, and it is important to just take it one thing at at time and to utilize all branches of the K-Family to help you. If you need a step-by-step guide for your PTP Doll event, please feel free to contact me at d41s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.” - Ryan Dunn d41s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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WE ARE REGION 4! What’s BUZZIN’, CNH?

We are the valiant VIPERS of Region 4! Region 4 is made up of 3 divisions; Division 36 East Sky Bisons, Division 36 West Huskeys, and Division 47 Coyotes. From San Bernardino to Redlands, reaching all the way to sunny Palm Springs, Region 4 currently has 1,300+ members who are always ready to serve!

V-I-P! E-R-S! WE ARE THE VIPERS, WE ARE THE BEST!

Region 4 Advisor Mrs. Carolyn Qualm

Region 4 Advisor Mr. Stephen Boone

D36E Lt. Governor Yenna Chang

D36W Lt. Governor Kaylyn Hoy

D47 Lt. Governor Rachael Kee

CNH District Governor Angelica Garcia

$ 1,300+ Members 3 Divisions

3,000+ Service Hours April 2017-June 2017

$4,500+ for PTP

Contact us! d##.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com r04.advisor@gmail.com | stephen_boone@cjusd.net

2016-2017 Term


GET TO KNOW THE LTGs!

Aloha, CNH! My name is Kaylyn Hoy and I serve the mighty Huskeys of Division 36 West as their Lieutenant Governor for the 2017-2018 term! I am a senior at Jurupa Hills High School, and I have been in Key Club since my freshman year. I love dogs, painting, boba, and SERVICE! When I’m not caught up in school work or Key Club, I’m probably binge-watching Parks and Recreation or spending time with friends. I have an undeniable love for our little region. We are always ready to ssssserve! If we ever cross paths, please never be afraid to say hi! P.S. Yenna and Rachael are sweethearts. We’ve got the best region team! Hello, CNH! Thank you so much for taking the time to learn about our little region! My name is Yenna Chang I am happily serving as a Lieutenant Governor for the Division 36 East Sky Bisons. I am currently a senior at Redlands High School and have also been through a full, 4 year long journey with Key Club. If I’m not busy with school work, or out volunteering, you can easily find me enjoying my free time watching Studio Ghibli films with my older sister, jamming out to BTS, or spending time with my friends that I absolutely adore. We would love to expand our ohana by meeting you, so please don’t hesitate to say hello! P.S. Rachael and Kaylyn are undoubtedly truly accomplished individuals, but also great friends. Go Vipers! Hello, CNH BEE-auties! My name is Rachael Kee and I proudly serve as the Division 47 Lieutenant Governor. I am thrilled to be going into my third year of Key Club during this upcoming school year, and for all of the amazing service to come! Although I live for Key Club,I also enjoy other hobbies such as off-roading, archery, singing, writing, and vibin’ to some rad music! However, if there is one thing that you should know about me, you should know that my favorite thing to do is to make others SMILE! I am so excited to meet so many new friendly faces throughout my term, and I cannot thank all of the CNH team enough! If you ever need a helping hand, know that I am here! Keep up the amazing work and continue on howlin’ with service!

Lieutenant Governor Yenna

Lieutenant Governor Kaylyn

Contact us! d##.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Lieutenant Governor Rachael


Re g i o n 1 0 Where is our Region?

Kavy Nichols-Blount

We are right here!

Natalie TayaHua

Mehul Chowdarapu

Roselyn Romero

Division 24 Division 24 consists of 3 Key Clubs in the San Luis Obispo county area, or the central coast of California. We're the zebras, as we're always galloping in service in our homes, schools and communities. Division 24 used to be part of Division 29 quite a while ago, but now excels by itself! Division 24s zebras hope to gallop into service with our fellow students to make our homes, schools, and community the absolute best they can be!

Division 29 The Division 29 Griffins occupy the Santa Barbara County located right in center coastal California! The seven clubs within the division have been steadily growing in not only members and service hours, but in spirit as well. Once known as the Gnomes, the official "Griffin Transition" happened in the year of 2014.

Division 42 East Division 42 East consists of 9 Key Clubs in the Simi/Conejo Valley area. Our current mascot is a Narwhal, but fun fact: many years ago, we were once the fireflies when we were just Division 42! Narwhals hope to serve their home, schools and communities, and strive to make a positive impact on this world!

Division 42 West Division 42 West is comprised of 7 clubs within the cities of Oxnard, Ventura, and Santa Paula. A fun fact about us is that after splitting into Divisions 42 East and West in 2009, our mascot was an Orca until 2016, when our mascot was changed to an Arctic Fox. Division 42 West is filled with enthusiastic members who are ready to serve while showing our Key Club spirit!


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DIVISION RECOGNITION

First of all, congratulations! Being chosen for this recognition is truly an honor, and you should be excited! I, as well as everyone on the district board, am extremely proud of you and grateful for your service. It is because of people like you that our district is so successful. It is important to remember that although Key Club is not about the recognition but about the service, recognition does play a role in our district, something that myself and the committee I serve make sure of. Again, congratulations and remember to keep on striving to do your best!

Buzzing with Service, Charlotte Wood Member Recognition Chair

Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

2

Skyline

Vincent Thai

Danny Wu

Anne Thatcher-Stephen

Denise Haughins

3 North

Verdugo Hills

Juan Luis Escoto

Jaime Kim

John Khouri

John Khouri

4 East

Tustin

Daniella Zuniga

Kristie Le

Madeleine Lubin

David Evans

4 North

Garden Grove

Cassandra Do

Cassandra Do

4 West

Segerstrom

Jake Hopkins

Jennifer Nguyen

Carbone

Debbie Briscoe

7 North

Inderkum

Brandon La

Emalee Lavezzo

John Tran

Lisa Fettig

7 South

Sheldon

Susan Bowley

Deanna Hernandez

Gary Greenbaum

Browney Anthony

8

American Canyon

Nhu Tran

Chanfin Saeturn

Joe Ordana

10 North

Temple City

Jeremy Law

Stern Mass

Mr. Smith

Ms. Cridland

10 South

San Gabriel Mission

Alvin Truong

Kent Zhang

11

Crawford

Elizabeth Smith

Rosmil Manalansan

12 East

Piedmont Hills

Andre Nguyen

Charlene Kong

12 South

University Prep

Clarence Hoang

Kelly Tran

12 West

Adrian Wilcox

Riley Lim

Mac Francini

3 South

5 North 5 South

Christopher Dier Will Ector


45 Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

13 North

Downey

Will Chhuor

Itzel Ruiz

Gridley

Evelyn Munguia

Manav Gulati

Yvonne Smith

Naomi Price

Edward Bui

Chuong Vu

Kiwanis Advisor

13 South 13 West 14 15 East 15 North 15 South

Chino Hills

Edward Park

Vani Bhojani

Jacqueline Selva

Bill Taylor

16 East

Northridge Academy

Jordan Ullman

Audrey Torres

Casey Hayes

Jenny Friese

Bell Jeff

Meera Varma

Justin Sisom

Mr. Collazos

Mr. Lily

El Diamante

Daisy Soto

Lauren Davis

Sarah Elder

Patrick Salazar

19 North

Hawthorne

Daniel Reveles

Melissa Lopez

Angelica Mejia

Don Harris

19 South

West Torrance

Dustyn Cass

Eloise Belandres

Kelly Gasset

Richard Sherman

20/32

Casa Grande

Yovani Miranda

Jennifer Le

Craig Tierney

Francesca Smith

22 Hikina

Kalani

Dylan Yang

Patricia Pahinag

Violeta Romero

Gary Hayakawa

22 Komohana

Kailua

Angela Cambe

Jorel Fiesta

Donald Leong

Joshua Chang

22 Makai

King Kekauliike

Ashley Lavarias

Deven Kimoto

Shael Shaw-DeMello

Tom Goya

23

Hug

Emily Hernandez

Ivan Lau

DaraLee Millikan

Michael McStroul

26 North

Concord

Maddie Miller

Courtney Sanchez

Will Corning

April Charles

26 South

Monte Vista

Andrew Cheng

Kaydee Tu

Hannah Cheng

Cindy Gin

27 North

Cesar Chavez

Andrew Vu

Jasmine Louie

Ivan Tunnell

Patrick Anthony

27 South

John C Kimball

Jayden Lancer

Oscar Dumlao

Norman Hixon

Rhodesia Ransom

28 East

Southeast CTA

Edith Gonzalez

Destiny Lucas

Vishal Desai

Dr. Ken Trachett

28 North

East CTA

Leonardo Orantes-Paz

Kirk Javillo

Ms. Hinden

Ms. MacHott

28 South

Desert Oasis

Mikeal Nguyen

Margaret Dial

Natalie Sherwood

28 West

West CTA

Kaitlyn Prerost

Nikolai Apilado

Laura Shui

16 North 16 South 16 West 18 East 18 West

21

24

Raymond McKay


46 Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

29

PAL

Nathalie Ramirez

Clarissa Arredonia

Ana Jacobo-Anaya

Anna Rubcic

30 North

Valencia

Angeline Dequit

Briana Agallo

Rachel Nevarez

Jan Jensen

30 South

Oxford Academy

Josh Pineda

Ryan Ngo

Kellie Vosskuhler

Karl Dash

31

West Hills

Forrest Graham

N/A

N/A

33

Burlingame

Ellen Batsuuri

Celina Narciso

William Colglazier

Andy Block

35 East

Walnut

Joseph Setiawan

Bill Yen

Eric Benavidez

Paul White

35 West

Arroyo

Leslie Vides

Dana Hua

Cheri Lee

Mahmood Bashir

36 West

Fontana

Princess Osonwa

Ceiry Molina

Summer Pearson

Stephen Boone

37 East

Orange Glen

Natalya Ballardo

Timothy Angeles

Rita Boyd

Randy Ortleib

37 North

Orange Vista

Jacob Nguyen

Erin Sidhu

Jennifer Emery

Dale Qualm

Rancho Buena Vista

Karen Mina

Edgar Perez

Juli Bachman

Joe Gieda

Quartz Hill

Isaiah Han

Aleksandra Brajanovska

Joanie Haynes

Richard Olmstead

Paola Mendoza

N/A

Bob Mille

34 North 34 South

36 East

37 South 37 West 38 East 38 West 39 41 North

Newport Harbor

41 South

Mission Viejo

Marian Aiyed

Kat Ferrier

Mrs. Gawel

John Schroeder

42 East

Moorpark

Tiana Mastrella

Colin Takeda

Brian Cummings

Christy Warner

42 West

Oxnard

Diana Navarro

Shaine Palabrica

Mrs. Fisher

Daniel Martinez

43

Monterey

Eugene Pastor

Raian Pedregosa

Nicholaus Bourgeois

Jim Hart

44 North

Oakmont

Sarvesh Krishan

Ashley Singh

Michael Handling

Howard Levine

44 South

Foothill

Tori Bornino

Guadalupe Manzo Rodriguez

Chris Lenz

Donna Gordon

Vanguard

Gabby Vazquez

Kathy Thach

Jeffrey Kirchner

Lisa Lodi

45 46 North 46 South 47


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DECEMBER DISTRICT CALENDAR What is a division council meeting? A Division Council Meeting (DCM) is a meeting conducted by the respective Lieutenant Governor for the members of his or her respective division. DCMs are full of information about upcoming events, education about Key Club, and much more. There is always something for everyone at a DCM! At DCMs, you will learn more about various projects and events, get involved with the division and its people, and gain a better understanding of how great this organization truly is. You are encouraged to attend in order to learn more about what’s been happening in Key Club, and why it matters to you. Some DCMs are even combined with a service project, fundraiser, or social event so you can be there for more than one reason!

Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

2

27

10:00 am

Sequoia Elementary School

3 North

20

2:00 pm

La Crescenta Valley Park

4 East

12

5:00 pm

La Purisima Catholic School

4 North

27

8:00 am

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

4 West

27

11:00 am

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

7 North

20

5:00 pm

Kiwanis Family House

2875 50th St, Sacramento, CA 95817

7 South

27

12:00 pm

Kiwanis Family House

2875 50th St, Sacramento, CA 95817

8

20

4:00 pm

American Canyon High School

10 North

20

2:00 pm

Live Oak Park

10 South

20

11:30 am

San Jose Charter Academy

11

20

9:00 am

Helix High School

7323 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942

12 East

13

12:30 pm

Sharks Ice Fremont

44388 Old Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538

12 South

20

4:00 pm

Silver Creek High School

12 West

12

5:00 pm

Westmont High School

3730 Lincoln Ave, Oakland, CA 94602 3901 Dunsmore Ave, La Crescenta, CA 91214

3 South 11712 Hewes St, Orange, CA 92869

5 North 5 South

3000 Newell Dr, American Canyon, CA 94503 10144 Bogue St, Temple City, CA 91780 “

2021 W Alwood St, West Covina, CA 91790

3434 Silver Creek Rd, San Jose, CA 95121 4805 Westmont Ave, Campbell, CA 95008


48 Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

13 North

27

1:00 pm

Bellflower Kiwanis Hall

9302 Laurel St, Bellflower, CA 90706

14

27

11:00 am

Marysville High School

12 18th St, Marysville, CA 95901

15 East

20

12:00 pm

San Jose Charter Academy

2021 W Alwood St, West Covina, CA 91790

15 South

20

9:30 am

San Jose Charter Academy

2021 W Alwood St, West Covina, CA 91790

16 East

27

12:00 pm

Noble Elementary School

8329 Noble Ave, North Hills, CA 91343

20

6:00 pm

Boys and Girls Club

24909 Newhall Ave, Newhall, CA 91321

13

9:00 am

Panera Bread

4103 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia, CA 93277

19 North

27

6:00 pm

Hermosa Kiwanis Hall

2515 Valley Dr, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

19 South

20

12:30 pm

Charles H Wilson Park

2200 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA 90501

20/32

13

10:00 am

Salvation Army Building

22 Hikina

21

1:00 pm

Kalani High School

4680 Kalanianaole Hwy, Honolulu, HI 96821

22 Komohana

13

8:30 am

Waipahu High School

94-1211 Farrington Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797

22 Makai

13

1:00 pm

Baldwin High School

1650 W Kaahumanu Ave, Wailuku, HI 96793

23

20

12:30 pm

University of Nevada

1664 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89557

26 North

22

3:30 pm

DLT Member’s House

1722 Greentree Drive Concord, CA 94521

26 South

28

10:00 am

Danville Grange Hall

743 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA 94526

27 North

20

2:00 pm

University of the Pacific

3601 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95211

27 South

20

1:00 pm

University of the Pacific

3601 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95211

28 East

16

5:00 pm

SECTA

28 North

10

5:00 pm

Legacy High School

28 South

17

5:00 pm

Ed W Clark High School

4291 Pennwood Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

28 West

9

5:00 pm

Northwest CTA

8200 W Tropical Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89149

13 South 13 West

15 North

16 North 16 South 16 West 18 East 18 West

93 Stony Cir, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

21

24

5710 Mountain Vista St, Las Vegas, NV 89120 150 W Deer Springs Way, North Las Vegas, NV 89084


49 Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

29

28

12:00 pm

Skating Rink

30 North

27

1:00 pm

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

30 South

27

8:00 am

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

31

20

9:00 am

Helix High School

7323 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942

20

10:00 am

San Mateo Public Library

35 East

27

11:00 am

Lost Worlds Laser Tag

17545 Colima Rd, City of Industry, CA 91748

35 West

13

11:00 am

Cameron Park

1305 E Cameron Ave, West Covina, CA 91790

36 West

27

4:00 pm

AB Miller High School

37 East

13

3:00 pm

Rady’s Children’s Hospital

477 N El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA 92024

37 North

19

4:00 pm

Vista Murrieta High School

28251 Clinton Keith Rd, Murrieta, CA 92563

13

5:00 pm

Guajome Park Academy

20

2:00 pm

Littlerock High School

10833 E Avenue R, Littlerock, CA 93543

41 North

27

9:00 am

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, 92626

41 South

27

8:00 am

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd Costa Mesa, CA 92626

42 East

20

5:00 pm

99.1 The Ranch

42 West

20

11:00 am

Oxnard High School

43

13

9:00 am

UC Santa Cruz

44 North

20

9:00 am

Woodcreek High School

2551 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd, Roseville, CA 95747

44 South

20

9:00 am

Woodcreek High School

2551 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd, Roseville, CA 95747

11

5:30 pm

Riverbank High School

6200 Claus Rd, Riverbank, CA 95367

937 S. Thornburg Santa Maria

33 34 North

55 W 3rd Ave, San Mateo, CA 94402

34 South

36 East 6821 Oleander Ave, Fontana CA 92336

37 South 37 West

2000 N Santa Fe Ave, Vista, CA 92083

38 East 38 West 39

1555 Simi Town Center Way, Simi Valley, CA 93065 3400 W Gonzales Rd, Oxnard, CA 93036 1156 High St, Santa Cruz, CA 95064

45 46 North 46 South 47


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leadership team News Editor | Zoe Yao

cnhkc.dne@gmail.com @cnh_keyclub

@CNHKeyClub

CNH Key Club

CONTACT US

Technology Editor | Roland del Mundo cnhkc.dte@gmail.com

Visual Media Editor | Kelly Tran cnhkc.dvme@gmail.com

district executives

Communications & Marketing Chair

cnhkc.gov1718@gmail.com

District Convention Chair | Samantha Voong

cnhkc.cm@gmail.com

Governor | Angelica Garcia

cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com

Secretary | JiMin Margarett Lee cnhkc.sec1718@gmail.com

Kiwanis Family & Foundation Chair | Jesus Aguiniga cnhkc.kff@gmail.com

Treasurer | Vivian Chu

cnhkc.trs1718@gmail.com

Member Recognition Chair | Charlotte Wood

district administrators

Member Relations Chair

District Administrator | Doug Gin dgin.kiwanis@gmail.com

cnhkc.mr@gmail.com

cnhkc.mrs@gmail.com

Policy Int’l & Elections Chair | Kai Catarata

Assistant Administrator | Marshall Roberson

cnhkc.pie@gmail.com

Assistant Administrator | Alan Quon

cnhkc.sp@gmail.com

Special Assistant | Pete Ballew

Graphics Dept Coordinator | Trinity Tran Nguyen cnhkc.gd@gmail.com

cnhadan@gmail.com alan@alanquon.com

district coordinators

pjb184@yahoo.com

Special Assistant | Marek LeBlanc

cnhkc.sa@gmail.com

Service Leadership Programs | Bruce Hennings

bruce@cnhkiwanis.org

region 1

Division 11 d11.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 31 d31.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Geoff Tobias region1advisor@gmail.com

region 2

DIvision 21 d21.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 37E d37e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 37N d37n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 37S d37s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 37W d37w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Tim Cunning cunningtim@cs.com

Service Projects Chair | Alex Gatus

Key Leader Coordinator | Lindy Chen cnhkc.keyleader@gmail.com Sergeant-At-Arms Coordinator | Eduardo Torres cnhkc.saa@gmail.com

region 3

Division 47 d47.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

d4e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Carolyn Qualm r04.advisor@gmail.com

Division 4E

Division 4N d4n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 4W d4w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 30N d30n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 30S d30s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 41N d41n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 41S d41s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Elaine Pong epong119@aol.com

region 4 Division 36E

d36e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 36W d36w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

region 5

Division 28E d28e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 28N d28n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 28S d28s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 28W d28w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 38E d38e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 38W d38w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Hanna Santee hlsantee@gmail.com Region Advisor | Dick Olmstead spyder4@antelecom.net


51 region 6

Division 23 d23.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 45 d45.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Michael McStroul mmcstroul@gmail.com

region 7

Division 3N d03n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 3S d03s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 16N d16n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 16S d16s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 16E d16e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 16W d16w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Doug Ridnor dridnor@sbcglobal.net

region 8

Division 13N d13n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 13S d13s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 13W d13w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 19N d19n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 19S d19s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 42W d42w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Stacie Marotta stacie.marotta@manpower.com

region 11

Division 18E d18e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 18W d18w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 33 d33.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Caroline Farris caroline.farris@gmail.com

region 12

Division 5N d05n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 5S d05s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 46N d46n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 46S d46s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Caroline Farris caroline.farris@gmail.com

region 13

Division 10N d10n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 10S d10s.ltg.cnhkc@gmail.com Division 15E d15e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Mark Ross mkrossreg11@aol.com

Division 15N d15n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 15S d15s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

region 9

Division 35E d35e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 2 d02.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 8 d08.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 26N d26n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 26S d26s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 27N d27n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 27S d27s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 44N d44n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 44S d44s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Rae Whitby-Brummer raewhitby@aol.com

region 17

Division 12E d12e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 12S d12s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 12W d12w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 34N d34n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 34S d34s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 43 d43.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Jennifer Buelna jenbuelna@gmail.com Region Advisor | Jim Davis winfield5064@sbcglobal.net Region Advisor | Rachel Shanley rshanley.kiwanis@gmail.com

region 18

Division 22H d22h.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Patricia Cridland

Division 22M d22m.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

region 14

Region Advisor | Charlene Masuhara chmasuhara@gmail.com

patriciacridland@aol.com

Division 14/39 d14.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

region 10

region 15

Division 42E d42e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 7S d07s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 22K d22k.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Rhonda Cameron

Division 29 d29.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 7N d07n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 35W d35w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Victor Chan victor913@gmail.com

Division 24 d24.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

region 16

cnh.region14.kc@gmail.com

Division 20/32 d2032.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Tricia Shindledecker cnhkc.r15.advisor@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Joshua Chang joshuamchang@gmail.com


The Buzz | January 2017 | CNH Key Club  
The Buzz | January 2017 | CNH Key Club  

The Official CNH District Newsletter, brought to you by District News Editor Zoe Yao. BEE sure to check this out for lots of updates from yo...

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