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MESSAGE FROM YOUR EDITOR

‘18-’19 DISTRICT GOALS WE HAVE 4 MONTHS LEFT OF THE TERM; KEEP OUR DISTRICT GOALS IN SIGHT AS WE FINISH THE YEAR STRONG! STATISTICS BELOW HAS BEEN UPDATED AS OF DECEMBER 19, 2018*

As of now, all clubs who have not yet paid their dues are considered delinquent. If their dues are still not paid by February 1st, they will then become suspended.

HOURS FOR SERVICE

51%

FUNDS RAISED FOR SERVICE

72%

DUES PAID MEMBERS

70%

562177.5 / 1,100,000 HOURS

$180,000 / $250,000

29,121 / 41,500 MEMBERS


TABLE OF


4 EXECTIVE UPDATE

GOVERNOR JONATHAN


EXECTIVE UPDATE 5

TREASURER KARA

SECRETARY ZOE


4 CORE VALUES OF KEY CLUB

Now that it’s 2019, let us not forget about our 4 Core Values // All Key Club members sho everyday lives. Within your Key Club journey, strive to embody our 4 Core Values to best re

leadership.

character building.

Leadership is grounded in humility and service to others. A true leader listens, recognizes, and empowers others.

Character is built by everyday acts of kindness, integrity and teamwork to grow stronger relationships and communities.

Remember that good leaders are team players who delegate effectively. You are NOT alone! You always have support from your fellow officers, advisors and members.

Good character is built over time. Observe how your role models behave and conduct themselves; these can be your upperclassmen, parents, or any influential figures in your life. —


ould be knowledgeable of our foundation, background and how it relates in our represent CNH and Key Club International in your homes, school and community.

caring.

inclusiveness.

Compassion for others is a cornerstone of the Key Club experience, inspiring action and service to one’s community.

Embrace the beautiful differences you share with your peers and welcome people of all backgrounds and ethnicities to join in serving your home, school and community.

Be mindful of your actions, humble of your opportunities and compassionate to everyone you meet! A little does go a long way!

Smile and encourage new members to join in on the fun by participating in ice breakers, division events and much more. We are all one big Ohana! —

4 CORE VALUES OF KEY CLUB


FAQ: WHAT ARE THE PREFERRED CHARITIES? Key Club International (KCI) has 3 preferred charities: Children's Miracle Network, March of Dimes, and UNICEF. Additionally, the CaliNev-Ha Kiwanis Foundation has established the Pediatric Trauma Program in 1994.

CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK —

All CMN contributions directly benefit hospitals, helping to purchase up-todate equipment, train staff, conduct life-saving research, implement outreach programs, and provide healthcare for children whose parents can't afford to pay.

MARCH OF DIMES —

March of Dimes is a nonprofit that works to Improve for the health of mothers and babies. Key Club members are helping by raising thousands of dollars annually for the March of Dimes Youth Program to help prevent prematurity.


UNICEF —

UNICEF is one of the most recognizable children's organization across the world. Not only do they commit and work with Key Club International (KCI), but also with many other non-governmental organizations to help children around the globe.

PEDIATRIC TRAUMA PROGRAM —

Established by the CNH Kiwanis Foundation, the Pediatric Trauma Program is dedicated towards reducing the number of children who are killed or hurt by trauma. Funds from FRN/FRS are all allocated towards PTP!


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DIVISION 46 NORTH ARIANA AGUILAR At this event we were paired up with one of our friends or someone from our school key club and then we got assigned a kid to take shopping. When shopping we grabbed the things they needed the most: shoes, pajamas, jeans, sweaters and so much more to keep them warm this holiday season, we even got our kid a toy! After shopping at Target we moved downtown and ate dinner, at the dinner the kids each received a present from Santa and got to know their buddy more. Overall, it was a fun night and was so nice meeting these kids!


DIVISION 30 NORTH KARAMA AL-UBIDY, LOARA The Food Pantry provides so much help for families in need of food in our community. It ensures that nobody in the community would sleep at night hungry, or struggle to feed their family. Doing this brings a smile to children’s faces when they’re given apples or watermelons--foods they may not usually have access to. Foods are checked before being distributed to make sure it’s in good condition. Families who can’t lift heavy weight are provided with helpers to carry the food for them. All sorts of volunteers from around the community help, such as college and

high school students. We make sure no food is going to be wasted by giving more food to the people. If there is leftover food, volunteers may take it, or it's given to people who come back for more. Each student earns 2.5 hours for attending and assisting. It’s a great way for the comm unity to com e together for a good deed. It also helps students learn about the importance and meaning behind volunteer work.


DIVISION 27 NORTH MICHELLE LIN, SECA The transition into cooler weather did not stop our amazing members from volunteering at the Bread of Life, which occurs on the third Saturday of each month. At the event, our members packed food throughout the morning for families in need and pulled wagons to carry the food, which was brought to the person's car. In a way, they are doing the grocery shopping for needy families. Some of the items that families received were water bottles, crackers, and pastries. Our members worked hard to keep up with the pace of wagons going by their station and continued to put in their best effort until the last person in line that was in need got some food. This service event is one that all members should go to at least once to see how their service is benefiting the community and those in need.

DIVISION 27 NORTH On the first chilly Sunday morning of November, our Key Club members teamed up with SECA’s National Honor Society members to help cover a mural on Miracle Mile in order for a new mural to be created. They worked together to help get the job done faster. The members covered the wall with gray paint. Some people focused on getting the top part of the wall painted, others focused on the middle, and the others focused on the bottom portion. Each person’s effort contributed to the completion of the job. Their planning of how to get the task done was excellent. With the excellent planning, they were able to finish covering the mural before the expected completion time! Talk about teamwork!


DIVISION 42 WEST NICHOLAS LINGAD, OXNARD We also volunteered at the Santa to the Sea race on the morning of December 9. Our volunteers rose up early to arrive to our station at 6:30 AM and worked until 11 AM! We spent most of our time cheering on and handing out water to the runners as they passed by. As we worked, we were entertained by children from the boys and girls club singing Christmas songs, and it really helped to get us all in the holiday spirit!


DIVISION 34 NORTH KATRINA HUI, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO We collaborated with our Earth club to help beautify our campus by having participants clean the school campus and the outside parking lot, it was a good turn out as many people found a lot of trash and even more surprising objects. Many members were able to participate and received extra credit from many teachers. The teachers giving extra credit is always a motivation for people to work.

DIVISION 30 NORTH YENA SUH, SONORA HIGH SCHOOL In the spirit of the holidays, Sonora Key Club handmade stockings and filled them with school supplies for less fortunate families. Sonora held an annual Food Drive, which raised $30,000 this year, to help families in our community during the holiday season. Sonora collects nonperishable foods, school supplies, toys, books, baby supplies, etc. for the Food Drive. Key Club students helped by coming in each day during lunch and making stockings from scratch. We used cut out red felt and glued the ends together. Then, we tied bigger school supplies such as notebooks to the stockings and filled them with smaller school supplies, like packs of pencils and erasers. In total, we made approximately 150 stockings! Thank you to everyone who participated in this service event!


Tune in for Division Updates! Attend your Division Council Meetings (DCM) to hear about club updates, d i v i si o n updates, d i s t ri c t initiatives such as the SOSP, DCON information, member recognition due dates, and etc. You can also meet members outside of your home club and participate in joint service projects or fundraisers! Save the date & find your respective DCM logistics below! Contact your Lieutenant Governor for more information! Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

2 North

12

10:00 AM

Sequoia Elementary

3730 Lincoln Ave, Oakland, CA 94602

2 South

12

10:00 AM

Sequoia Elementary

3730 Lincoln Ave, Oakland, CA 94602

4 North

12

9:00 AM

Orange Coast Community College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

4 South

12

12:30 PM

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

4 West

12

9:00 AM

OCC

2701 Fairview Rd Costa Mesa, CA 92626 United States

7 North

26

4:00 PM

Kiwanis Family House

2875 50th St, Sacramento, CA 95817

7 South

21

6:00 PM

Franklin High School

6400 Whitelock Pkwy, Elk Grove, CA 95757

8

26

3:00 PM

American Canyon High School

3000 Newell Dr, American Canyon, CA 94503

26

4:00 PM

Rosemead Community Center

3936 Muscatel Ave Rosemead CA 91770

12 East

27

1:00 PM

Cupertino High School

10100 Finch Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014

12 South

27

1:00 PM

Cupertino High School

10100 Finch Ave Cupertino, CA 95014 United States

12 West

27

11:00 AM

Cupertino HS

10100 Finch Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014

13 North

19

2:00 PM

Bellflower Kiwanis Hall

9302 Laurel St, Bellflower, CA 90706

3 North

3 South 4 Central 4 East

5 North 5 South

10 North 10 South 11


JANUARY DISTRICT CALENDAR 35 Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

13 South

19

2:00 PM

Discovery Well Park

2200 Temple Ave. Signal Hill, CA 90755

13 West

19

1:00 PM

Grand Park

200 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

14/39

18

5:00 PM

Sutter Union High School

2665 Acacia Ave, Sutter, CA 95982

15 North

25

5:30 PM

Center Ice Arena

201 S Plum Ave, Ontario, CA 91761

15 East

19

9:00 AM

Diamond Bar High School

21400 Pathfinder Rd, Diamond Bar, CA 91765

15 South

26

9:00 AM

Cal-Nev-Ha District Office

8360 Red Oak St # 201, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

16 East

12

2:00 PM

Dearborn Park

17141 Nordhoff St, Northridge, CA 91325

16 South

26

3:00 PM

santa clarita boys and girls club

24909 Newhall Ave, Santa Clarita, CA 91321

19

3:00 PM

Plaza Park

700 S Plaza St, Visalia, CA 93277

19 North

20

4:00 PM

Veterans of Foreign War

1865 Lomita Blvd, Lomita, CA 90717

19 South

20

4:00 PM Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall

20/32

12

9:00 AM

Salvation Army Center

93 Stony Cir, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

21

12

9:00 AM

Ronald McDonald House

2929 Children's Way, San Diego, CA 92123

22 Hikina

9

4:00 PM

Jodo Mission of Hawaiʻi

1429 Makiki St, Honolulu, HI 96814

22 Makai

19

1:00 PM

Baldwin High School

1650 W Ka'ahumanu Ave, Wailuku, HI 96793

23

19

10:00 AM

Wooster High School

1331 East Plum Lane, Reno, Nevada

No DCM

No DCM

16 North

16 West 18 East 18 West

Address: 1865 Lomita Blvd, Lomita, CA 90717

22 Komohana

24

NO NO DCM DCM

26 North 26 South

20

11:00 AM

Danville Grange Hall

750 Diablo Rd. Danville, CA 94506

27 North

26

1:00 PM

Janet Leigh Theatre (University of Pacific)

3601 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95211

27 South

26

1:00 PM

University of the Pacific

3601 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95211

28 North

16

5:00 PM

East Career and Technical Academy

3636, 6705 Vegas Valley Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89142

28 South

15

5:00 PM

Southwest CTA

7050 W Shelbourne Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89113

28 East

23

5:00 PM

Del Sol HS

3100 E Patrick Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89120

28 West

16

5:00 PM

Cheyenne High School

3200 W Alexander Rd, North Las Vegas, NV 89032

29


Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

30 North

12

1:00 PM

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd Costa Mesa, CA 92626 United States

30 South

12

10:00 AM

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

34 North

27

9:00 AM

Cupertino High School

10100 Finch Avenue Cupertino, California 95014 United States

34 South

1

9:00 AM

Homestead High School

21370 Homestead Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

35 East

26

10:00 AM

Cal Poly Pomona

3801 W Temple Ave, Pomona, CA 91768

35 West

26

4:30 PM

Rowland heights community

18150 Pathfinder Rd Rowland Heights, CA 91748

36 East

19

5:00 PM

Redlands High School

840 E Citrus Avenue, Redlands CA 92373

36 West

18

4:00 PM

6821 Oleander Ave, Fontana, CA 92336

AB Miller High School

37 North

12

2:00 PM

Temecula RHR Public Library

30600 Pauba Rd. Temecula, CA 92592

37 South

12

9:00 AM

Ronald McDonald House

2929 Children's Way, San Diego, CA 92123

26

4:00 PM

Royal High School

1402 Royal Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93065

27

12:00 PM

Cupertino High School

10100 Finch Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014

26

9:00 AM

Granite Bay High School

1 Grizzly Way Granite Bay, CA 95746

31 33

37 East 37 West 38 East 38 West 41 North

41 South 42 East 42 West 43 44 North

44 South 45 46 North 46 South 47


Happy New Year, CNH! We are getting closer to the end of the term and the time recognize all of the accomplishments of the 2018-2019 term! If your name or your club’s name is included below, thank you for working so diligently! You have been recognized for all of the things you do, whether that be big or small. Keep up the amazing work and I hope to recognize you again soon! Annaleigh Nguyen CNH Member Recognition Chair cnhkc.mr@gmail.com Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

2 North

El Cerrito

Valerie Gaona

Lisa Yu

Louisa Vue

2 South

KIPP King

Brandon Gee

Kaleen Chan

Jason Marlis

Lynne Tierney

4 North

Rancho Alamitos

Katie Mai

Nina Nguyen

4 South

Trabuco Hills High School

Derek Ma

Eileen Zhu

Sarah Kang

Paul Littlepage

4 West

Fountain Valley

Vera Luu

Alex Ngo

Morgan Molioo

Debbie Briscoe

7 North

John F. Kennedy

Kyla Li

Lauren Dela Rosa

Kathi Shelley

Cecelia Osaladil

7 South

Pleasant Grove

mason Ngo

Emily Chau

Pedro Jacinto

Elizabeth Perry

8

Armijo

Ryan Cabasal

Beatrice Gallego

Aron Hale

Cindy Yeung

Gabrielino

Jennifer Jian

Jessica Goeij

Raymond Gin

Mario Manzano

12 East

American

Matthew Pimentel

Austen Liao

12 South

Santa Teresa High School

Aydya Espinoza

Jasmine Phan

Sarah Miller

Joyce Meurer

Emma Le

Rebecca Pei

3 North 3 South 4 Central 4 East

5 North

5 South

10 North 10 South 11

12 West


38 DIVISION RECOGNITION Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

13 North

Artesia

Kaila Ly

Luisa Arellano

Samantha Lurie

Donald Howard

13 South

Cabrillo

Rachna Raman

Rachel Borje

Adam Edwards

Victor Sanchez

13 West

Lincoln

Jose Aguilar

Emily Tieu

Neil Monaco

N/A

14/39

Gridley High School

Elizabeth Piazza from Gridley High School

Emily Hu from Marysville

Michelle Sakurada from Yuba City

Matt Squires

15 North

Etiwanda

Danya Hassan

Doris Zhang

Paul Weilacker

Barbara Rugeley

15 East

Corona

Josh Germing

Ernie Padilla

Sara Rodriguez

Debra McNay

15 South

Ayala

Keanne Misawa

Bill Taylor

Elisha Santos (Don Alan Pham (Ayala) Lugo)

16 North 16 East

Granada Hills Charter

Gisele Dauz

Stefanie Peddijanto

Michael Gross

Jim Lofdhal

16 South

John Burroughs

Sofia Butler

Lennon kuzniar

Marianna Orsini

Ron Rothacher

Exeter

Jannel Lopez

Asad Bhatti

Sarah Elder

Krystal Miller

19 North

Gardena

Desire Delamora

Jezelle De Leon

Ms. Mendoza

Mr. Harris

19 South

HTPA

Leyna Tran

Celina Tiqui

Richard Meyette

Jackie Acosta

20/32

Cloverdale

Justin Hou

Camille Mantoani

21

High Tech High

Kathleen Pham

Dina Esmele

Mr. Hernandez

Mr. Byrne

22 Hikina

Kaiser

Hannah YF Li

Christine Quinto

Naomi Schatz

Scott Iwanaga

22 Makai

Hawaii Technology Academy

Leilah Eusebio

Ashley Lavarias

Avian Higashi

Sandy Dowling

23

Wooster

Demee Atienza

Tahlia Wise

24

Paso Robles

Jiseelle Jimenez

Monica Rodriguez

26 South

Dublin

Michael Wang

Allyson Wu

27 North

SECA

Harleen Sandhu

Sharan Kalkat

Sandy Bell

27 South

Weston Ranch

Leslie Nguyen

Boluwatife Laseinde

Emily Mendoza

28 North

Canyon Springs

Trinity Lo

Chandler Maca

April Pena

28 South

Sierra Vista

Jocelyn Juaregui

Reyna Carranto

28 East

Coral Academy (CASLV)

Daniel Ibarra

Marian Molion

Richard Martorello

Tom Dugan

28 West

Cheyenne

Emiri Handa

Haebin Pyo

Madelynn McKittrick

Larry Glass

La Mirada

Vichaney Hean

Kimmy Chee

Jonathan Blea

16 West 18 East

18 West

Tamara Clohessy

22 Komohana

Enrique Mosaleh Michael McStroul Kevin LeClair

Jeb Browb

26 North Elaine Thompson Nancy Young

29

30 North

Save Constantine


DIVISION RECOGNITION 39 Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

30 South

Whitney

Angel Estrella

Shawn Nguyen

Shirley McKracken

Frank Barry

Aragon

Nicole Woo

Katie Huang

Carney Skold

George Kranen

35 East

Walnut

Thomas Le

Wesley Lu

Justin Panlilio

Mahmood Bashir

35 West

Glen A Wilson

Michell Chen

Christina Liao

Cheri Lee

Mahmood Bashir

36 East

Middle College

Ethan Pinedo

Alex Pham

Mr. Johnston

Larry O'neil

36 West

Jurupa Hills

Lorraine Lopez

Carmen Huitron

Stephen Boone

37 North

Temecula Valley Paloma Valley

Alexis Tran

Victoria Guttierez

Brianna McKiddy

Gregory Kind

37 South

Canyon Crest

Amy Kavi

Yasmin Khajenoori

Westlake

Samantha Mandel

Naya Lunney

John Downey

Betty Stapleford

Jacquelyn Wong

Leslie Peoples

Mike Lamson

31 33 34 North 34 South

Summer Pearson

37 East 37 West 38 East 38 West 41 North 41 South 42 East 42 West Caitlenn Frofunga

43 44 North 44 South 45 46 North 46 South 47

Bella Vista

Emilie Shimada


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