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hello cnh bees!

We’re just one month away from the end of the term. I don’t know about you, but it feels so surreal. These past few months have passed by so quickly, and I have enjoyed every moment of it. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the service, success, and ohana this term. My experiences this past term have been unforgettable, and it’s hard to believe that it’s almost over. That being said, it’s always important to look to the future and keep going forward. The deadline for on-time DCON registration has just passed, so if your home club still has not yet registered, the late registration deadline is March 14! There will be an added late fee to the registration price. If you’re having financial issues, reach out to your sponsoring Kiwanis club! Kiwanians are here to help us out. If you have any questions or concerns regarding DCON registration as a whole, feel free to contact DCON Chair Sam Voong at cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com! As we approach April and District Convention, it’s easy to slack off and neglect your duties as a member or officer. Keep your goals in mind and remember why you serve and lead. If you’re an officer, remember that you’re doing your duty to best serve the members. Let’s end this term strong and establish a solid foundation for the future of Key Club. Thank you so much for reading! It’s been the honor of a lifetime to serve you as your CNH District News Editor. Thank you for all the wonderful opportunities you’ve given me. See you all next month!

Zoe Yao District News Editor cnhkc.dne@gmail.com



hello key clubbers!

I have started to become an emotional mess knowing that this is the second-to last message for the CNH Newsletter. These days, I have been reflecting heavily on my term as well the terms of the officers. Currently, I am judging the Distinguished Lt. Governor applications, and reading the successes as well as the obstacles the Lt. Governors had to face has made me appreciate them even more than I do presently (which sounds impossible— but it is true). I ask you all to help me end the 2017-18 term through recognition and awards. Whether it is a simple thank you or an elaborate gift made by numerous Key Clubbers, showing your appreciation to another Key Clubber who has positively impacted you this year is how I hope this district ends off. Knowing that we are appreciative of each other will spread the joy and love across the district that we have

fostered since the beginning of the term. It does not have to be an officer that has left an impression on you. Some other people you can send thanks to are Kiwanians, faculty advisors, or fellow members. March signals the arrival of the springtime: a fresh, new beginning. As the seasons change and the flowers begin to bloom, let us open our arms and embrace one another to signify our love and care for one another. I simply ask for your impression of this term to conclude with a favorable attitude. I’ll talk to you for one last time in a month! Stay buzzin’ bees! Angelica Garcia District Governor cnhkc.gov1718@gmail.com


aloha cnh bees!

Would you look at that; we only have a month and a half until our term comes to an end. A month and a half until we all reunite at District Convention 2018 at Reno, Nevada. A month and a half until we can finally see the legacy we leave behind in this term. Time truly goes by fast when we’re making an impact in our homes, schools, and communities. BUT this is not the end of our journey. We have a month and a half left to accomplish the goals that we have not achieved yet. We have a month and a half left to leave a legacy. We have a month and a half left to make a change. Don’t forget to finish the term strong — I cannot emphasize this enough. You CAN make a difference in the last few weeks of this term. Before I end this message, I wanted to thank you all for your hard work and dedication you have poured into this organization this past


year. It is truly heartwarming to see all your efforts and contributions in the MRF submissions and social media posts. Please know that everything you do does not go unnoticed — I love being connected with all of you. I am so proud of everything that you have been doing and will continue to do in the years coming forward. I hope that you made countless of amazing memories while being in Key Club this past year. Lastly, thank you again for giving me the opportunity to serve you all as the District Secretary of this term. I cannot fully express the gratitude that I feel in a simple message, but I hope you can feel my sincerity when I say this. I look forward to seeing you all at District Convention 2018. See you all in Reno! Margarett Lee District Secretary cnhkc.sec1718@gmail.com


happy march everyone!

Aside from dues, I am beyond proud of you all for fundraising over $210,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program! Though our district goal of $190,000 has been achieved already, continue to fundraise for our preferred charities or any local organizations around you. The possibilities are endless when it comes to fundraisers! Additionally, remember that you can submit funds for any program even now!

As of February 22nd, 2018, the CaliNev- Ha District has 38,819 dues paid members, 726 dues paid clubs, and 60 suspended clubs. This is amazing progress, but I know that we can move forward and achieve our district goal of 43,000 dues paid members! If you currently serve a suspended club, please contact your respective Lieutenant Governor (or me!) for assistance in getting back into good standing. Please keep in mind that you can pay your dues anytime throughout the year! Officers should be encouraging new members to pay their dues to ensure that they receive the full benefits of being a dues paid member.

With just about two months left in the term, it can be easy for you to feel burnt out or drained right now. I believe in you all, and I hope that you make the most of the remainder of the term. Push yourself to achieve any remaining goals you have!

I hope that you have been doing well and taking care of yourselves. District Convention is roughly a month and a half away from today. Though I am counting down the days till I see you all again, it’s a bittersweet experience having to retire after four amazing years in this organization.

See you soon! Vivian Chu District News Editor cnhkc.trs1718@gmail.com


hello cnh key club!

I hope you all had a wonderful February. Just because Valentine’s month is almost over doesn’t mean you all should stop showing love through the service you do! Plan an impactful and meaningful service project in your community. You can find and share service project ideas in the Key Club Service Directory. I cannot wait to hopefully see you all in less than two months for the largest event of the California-Nevada-Hawaii service year! The CNH District Key Club Convention will be held on April 13-15, 2018, in Reno, Nevada. It will be an event you won’t want to miss! You will be able to elect your new CNH executive leaders, dance the night away, participate in workshops and general sessions, and much more! If you have any last minute questions, talk to your Lt. Governor. Speaking of convention, International Convention is a great way to celebrate a great year full of service on an International scale! This

year’s International Convention will be held in Chicago, Illinois, from July 4-8. Similar to DCON, you can participate in dances, workshops, and general sessions. Additionally, you will be able to elect your new International Board, see the sights in Chicago, bond with members from CNH and across International, see a beautiful Chicago fireworks display on the evening of July 4, and much more! If you need help fundraising for convention, please feel free to email me! I have a toolkit that can help you fundraise for this year’s International Convention. Don’t forget that HALO applications for the second round are due on May 1! You can go to www.wehalo.org for more information. Keep making me proud, CNH! If you ever need anything from me, you can always reach out to me. Happy serving, and I can’t wait to see you all continue to make strides in serving your homes, schools, and communities. Luke Gilmore International Trustee lukegilmore.kci@gmail.com



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Service Projects Spotlight on Service Program

Member Recognition Monthly District Recognition



Policy, Int’l Business & Elections Preparing for DCON ICON 2018 Promotion

Kiwanis Family & Foundation Keeping up with the Kiwanis First Dude’s Project My Key Club Story: Jasper Wang Kiwanis Family Expo PTP Grants Key Leader: Camp Ojai Life After Key Club A Kiwanis Miracle


DCON 2018 cnhkc.org>district convention> links>delegate registration 2018

DELEGATES Fill out when registering for District Convention!

Register Two Delegates Delegates vote to approve District bylaw changes, approve proposed International bylaw changes to advance to International convention for consideration, approve resolutions presented to the House of Delegates, and to select the leaders of the District for the next term. Each Key Club is entitled to select two (2) delegates to represent the club at the House of Delegates and register two (2) alternates in case one of any unforeseen changes.

Fill out when registering for District Convention! cnhkc.org>district convention> links>saa registration 2018


Register Two Sergeant At Arms Serving as a SAA is an opportunity for members to become involved in an important position in our District's largest event while serving their fellow Key Club members. This distinguished position requires reliable and responsible people. Please choose wisely because these people will represent your club, school and Key Club District. Each Key Club is entitled to select two (2) SAA’s. In cases where only 2 members from a club are in attendance at District Convention, those members will serve as both a delegate and a SAA; be sure to specify this when filling out shift preferences in the SAA registration form.

ABOUT • • • • •

Bond with other Key Clubbers. Travel to and from International Convention with your district. Share innovative service project and fundraising ideas. Listen to amazing speakers. Learn about service leadership.


International Convention & District Tour • Quad                  $1300.00

More Fun Facts • • • • •

• Double                $1400.00 • Triple                  $1600.00 • Single                  $2200.00 International Convention ONLY: • Quad                   $600.00 • Double                 $650.00 • Triple                    $775.00 • Single                   $1150.00 *PRICES ABOVE DO NOT INCLUDE AIRFARE*

Train for your leadership position. Elect next year’s Key Club International Board. Discover new charities and organizations you and your club can team up with. Have fun and make memories and friendships that last a lifetime. See the sites in Chicago.


CNH District Tour 2018 Chicago,IL International Convention

WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 2018 [no meals included] ● Arrive one of Chicago’s airports and meet your Group Tour Company THURSDAY, JULY 5 – SATURDAY, JULY 7, 2018 ● Convention – no services SUNDAY, JULY 8, 2018 [dinner included] ● Meet your step-on guide and motor-coach at your hotel for departure to the Museum of Science and Industry ● Lunch at your own expense at the museum’s food court ● Adler Planetarium ● Art Institute of Chicago ● Navy Pier Wheel ● Dinner at Giordano’s (Chicago-style stuffed pizza) ● Magnificent Mile

TUESDAY, JULY 10, 2018 ● Check out of your hotel and meet your coach for direct transfer to the airport for your departure flight home.

MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018 [dinner included] ● Meet your step-on guide and motorcoach at your hotel for departure to the Field Museum of Natural History or Wrigley Field (not decided). ● Shedd Aquarium ● Lunch at your own expense in the aquarium’s café ● Willis Tower SKY-DECK ● Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Riverboat Cruise ● Dinner ● Millennium Park (the Bean) ● Return to convention hotel after dinner


SPOTLIGHT ON SERVICE PROGRAM CMN TEDDY BEAR MAKING Are you interested in being featured in the next District Newsletter? If yes, then you should submit to the Spotlight on Service Program (SOSP)! The CNH Service Projects Committee shines a light on 3-4 exceptional projects each month that leave a significant impact on the communities that clubs are from. Each month has its own focus that works towards Key Club International’s Major Emphasis, “Children: Their Future, Our Focus”. Submissions are collected through a form that can be found on the CNH CyberKey, under the “Projects” tab on the “Spotlight on Service Program”page. Pictures can be sent to cnhkc.sp@gmail.com.


Kaiser Key Club | D22H | R18 “To start, I contacted the volunteer office at the Kapiolani Hospital in Honolulu to arrange the drop off of the teddy bear dolls we were going to be making. Next, certain forms were required by our school and had to be reviewed and verified by faculty members. These forms took at least 2-3 weeks to be reviewed and processed, so it is important to prepare them in advance. After being approved, the form was given to members to be completed with a parent signature. After taking care of the forms, I prepared the materials and asked members to donate hand towels. On the day of the event, I showed a tutorial video and walked around, helping those in need. I believe that this was a fun project for our club, as it was different from most service projects that we do. Kaiser Key Club members were able to bond with one another for 2 hours while making approximately 50 teddy bear dolls with cute messages for the patients at Kapiolani Hospital. Key Clubbers had fun making these dolls for children at our local hospital too. We all hope that they we were able to make these kids smile. If our club was to do this service project again, I would like to increase member participation.” Contact: Aina Hori alohaaina95@gmail.com




San Leandro Key Club | D02 | R09

Kalani Key Club | D22H | R18

“The San Leandro Key Club Officer Board decided to host a project outside of our typical service events. We wanted to do something with the Children’s Miracle Network and saw that we could make non-slip socks and stress balls. We asked members and officers to donate material and asked our Kiwanis Adviser to use their facility for these various activities. This project was really fun because our club bonded well together and realized that it was pretty easy to do a non-traditional service event. Although the stress balls were extremely stressful to make because we didn’t have the funnels that our instructions required, everything else went quite smoothly. Next time we do a project involving stress balls we’ll definitely bring funnels and more members because it was super fun to bond with all of the members and officers.”

“Our club was in charge of hosting our division’s January DCM, social, and two service projects: making care packages for the homeless shelter and making get-well cards for children at Kapiolani Medical Hospital –the only Hawaii hospital that is a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. We had to provide all the supplies for the cards and tell the students how to design them. We then collected them and gave them to the hospital afterwards. We feel that the project impacted our club because it was one of the few projects we hosted. We got the chance to grow as leaders and to gain planning experience. Plus, it was heart warming to be able to do something for the children. The project was a success. One thing that we could have done to improve it was to offer more ways for the students to get be creative with their cards such as providing stickers or using different types of paper. We could have also done an event at the hospital with the children.

Contact: Ruby Chin rubyuchin@gmail.com

Contact: Lyndsay Takayesu lyndsayt13@gmail.com

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Jasper Wang Division 35 East Why did you join Key Club? At first, I joined for the college applications. As I attended each service event though, I eventually just fell in love with Key Club!

What legacy do you hope to leave?

The legacy I want to leave behind is one that shows my dedication and passion. I want future members to be inspired by my actions, and hopefully continue to do the same for others!

Who's the most memorable person you have met? Bill Yen. He was the first person who made me feel like I belong in this club. Through each cabinet bonding, service event, and our Thailand trip, Bill became someone I look up to. For what he has done, I would like to say  "thank you Bill!"

#My Key Club Story

KIWANIS FAMILY EXPO WHAT IS THIS EXPO? The new Kiwanis Family Expo at District Convention 2018 was made for you to meet and engage with the different Kiwanis branches of the CNH District. You will be able to connect with those who love service just like you, no matter their age. At stations, you will have the chance to broaden your perspectives and collaborate with other Kiwanis branches on service projects and fundraising events. How will you K-innect?



EXPO LOCATION: Grand Salon & Carson Room 2 (3:30PM-5PM)

PTP Grants 101 WHAT ARE THEY? PTP grants were established by the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation to provide grants to assist Kiwanis Family and Service Leadership Programs (SLP) clubs in financing new service projects which address pediatric trauma and injury prevention.

WHAT DO THEY DO? Grants will be given to clubs for projects which seek to prevent and/or treat pediatric trauma – defined as sudden, unintentional physical injury!

WHY SHOULD I APPLY? This is an amazing opportunity to receive funds that your club may not have in order to carry out a desired service project that has great meaning and supports pediatric trauma. Utilize your resources to serve a great cause!

IS THERE A DEADLINE? No, there isn’t a deadline, so it’s never too late to apply for a PTP grant! Grants are available all year long, though apply ahead of time for your event to ensure you have enough time to prepare.

WHERE CAN I APPLY/GET MORE INFORMATION? Grants can be found on the CNH Foundation website at this link: http://www.cnhfoundation.org/what-we-do/grantmaking-awards/

camp ojai Key Leader

What is Key Leader? Key Leader is a three-day leadership program offered to anyone in high school. A Key Leader will learn the most important lesson of leadership—it comes from helping others succeed. Why should I go? At Key Leader, you’ll be able to immerse yourself into leadership activities you’ve never expereienced before. From group work to hands on workshops to challenging outdoor acitivites, you are bound to learn new leadership skills by Sunday. In addition, this may be the last Key Leader that the California-Nevada-Hawaii District will have and IP Kiwanis International President Jane Erickson will be the lead facilitator. Experience Key Leader before it’s gone!

May 4-6, 2018 Camp Ojai in Ojai, California

Registration opens March 15, 2018. Santa Barbara

Go to www.key-leader.org to find more information!

Life After Key Club WHAT'S NEXT?



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A KIWANIS MIRA C LE Serge Viau from Canada and Angela Liu from Taiwan experienced a miracle with each other when they came eye to eye at the Kiwanis International Office in Indianapolis, Indiana for training and to immerse themselves into the wonderful Kiwanis culture.

A connection happened, and because of this one moment Kiwanis gave a couple a life of happiness after long distance relationships of times not seeing one another to becoming a married couple in the process of obtaining permanent residence in Canada. The fellow Kiwanian Serge Viau found happiness in his transition of Governor-Elect for the Eastern Canada and Caribbean District and was so much more lucky than that to have met the woman of his dreams.

Who would have thought Kiwanis would do more than help the children of the world. It has created happiness for the lives of not only children, but Kiwanians of their own.



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







Loren Chen

Helen Ma

4 East

Villa Park

Vincent Vu

Ana Dector

4 North

Los Amigos

Phuc Do

Kenny Tran

4 West

Ocean View

Theo Vuong

7 North

Luther Burbank

7 South

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor Pat Rosano

3 North 3 South Madeleine Lubin

Patricia van Voorst

Christine Phan

Gina Carbone

Debbie Briscoe

Erika Herrera

Geline Salvador

Jujhaar Singh

Lisa Carroll

Laguna Creek

Joseph Sou

Cathy Lu

Yvonne Bach

Sue Haas

10 South

Mark Keppel

Jasmine Lai

Kimmie Pham



Tristin Souvannarath

Rosmil Manalansan

12 East


Natasha Ignacio

Steven Ong

12 South

Silver Creek

Allison Chang

Katrina Chow

12 West


Lion Park

Natalie Pham

5 North 5 South

8 10 North

Jessica Au

23 Division




Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

13 North

Huntington Park

Illene Thaopraseuth

Mylah Hernandez


Las Plumas

Memo Plascencia

Sharon Hu

15 East


Keannah Rivera

Kevin Lin

15 North


Sarah Wu

Aaysha Memon

Michael Lindensmith

Mike Frayer

15 South


Alejandra Tolentino

Alex Garcia

Wei Yeh

Monica Valdez

16 North


Lauren Rodriguez

Luis Lopez

Scott Cooper

Laura Ridnor

16 South

Bell Jeff

Michelle Rivera

Darren Kim

Mr. Barker

Mr. Ridnor

Grover Cleveland

Alex Ly

Andrei Dontov

Michael Gross

Jim Lofthal

19 North


Natalia Zeledon

Chester Virata

Sandra Rocha

Tom Ramirez

19 South

Harts Academy

Balgis Muhammad

Sheena Uchino

Steve Machanoff

Jackie Acosta


Maria Carillo

Yovana Partida

Alex Ramirez

Alice Meyer

Tricia Shindledecker

22 Hikina


Nathalia Brown

Aniston Cabael

Ryan Oishi

Jonathan Oshiro

22 Komohana


Mikah Agcaoilli

Caid Aquino

Neil Nitta, Damien

Kay Tokunaga

22 Makai


Iolani Mangoba

Krysten Padasdao

Cindy Asato-Kochi

Sandy Dowling


Procter Hug

Rogina Manzon

Abby Garcia

Carly Sweder

Marshall Roberson

26 North


Katherine Beckley

Ashley Dean

Kristen Carmicheal

Tim Stone

26 South

Quarry Lane

Arine Kim

Jielin Eeo

Nancy Amini

Cindy Gin

27 North

Stockton Early College

Karen Nguyen-Vo

Dan Soliven

Sandy Bell, Lodi

Basel Karabala

27 South

Pacific Law

Anushree Parmer

Marga Aragon

Mariana Diaz

Brian Swanson

28 East


Yanavah Espaniola

Thao Huynh

Jamie Tadrzynski

Connie Hoffmans

28 South

Southwest CTA

Abel Muchaye

Justyn Elvambuena

Pate Thomas

28 West

West CTA

Aaron Liu

Holly Bolo

Katherine Willis

Chien Wang

13 South 13 West Dean Allen

Louise Graham George Rife

16 East

16 West 18 East 18 West



28 North

Raymond McKay

24 Division




Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor


Pioneer Valley

Jordan Dodson

Omar Mata

Ana Jacobo

Gaylan Clark

30 North

El Dorado

Michelangelo Marcellana

Isis Liu

Laura Uy

Terry Filmore

30 South


Carmen Huynh

Lam Nguyen

Terrence Rollerson

Joe Dale

Symeria Thomas

Kristina Lau


Caroline Narciso

Jason Fong

Rachel Shanley

Gerry Weiss

35 East

South Hills

Clarissa Ta

Phil Tran

Mark Amasuga

Harry Anderson

35 West


Jenny Ung

Jennifer Hang

Cheri Lee

Mary Price

36 East

Redlands Senior

Brianna Lau

Tim Vu

Emily Jeffries

Gwendolyn Nelson

36 West


Jose Castenada

Miriam Rendon

Linda Merino

Don Orosco


Madelyn Houser

Braden L’Heureux

Mrs. Clough

Mr. Cunning


Valerie Nguyen

Candy Valvidares

Kathy Hamamoto

Tommy Thomson


Giselle Zamudio

Mackenzie Fernandez

Mrs. Agnew

Richard Olmstead


Mr. Keith Warner

33 34 North 34 South

37 East 37 North 37 South 37 West 38 East 38 West 39 41 North


Spencer Chok

Travis Baron

41 South

San Clemente

Britney Chow

Samuel Siwy

Sarah Kang

Dave Helman

42 East

Newbury Park

Laurie Nickolaisen

Amanda Lurey

Sylvan Tauber

May Martin

42 West


Rosie Gonzalez

Carrie McDonagh

Armando Rico

Daniel Martinez



Isaac Gensel

Martin Tanseco

Karen Lidl

Giselle Young

44 North


Alexander Tran

Lily Adona

Juliana Carlson

Linda Frodahl

44 South

Mesa Verde

Christopher Schneider

Ceclilia Rios

Mrs. DeLasse

Mr. Ohlendorf

Valley Charter

Jose Simon Carmona

Sarah Lee

Diane Borges

Marty Villa

45 46 North 46 South 47


MARCH 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!








1:30 pm

Memorial Park

4 East


1:00 pm

El Camino Real Park

4 North


7:00 pm


1701 Baker St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

4 West


7:00 pm

Mesa Verde Methodist Church

1701 Baker St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

7 North


12:00 pm

William Land Park

7 South


4:30 pm

Monterey Trail High School

8661 Power Inn Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

10 South


12:00 pm

Almansor Park

800 S Almansor St., Alhambra, CA 91801



6:00 pm

Family House of Pancakes

1900 E Plaza Blvd, National City, CA 91950

12 East


1:00 pm

Martin Luther King Library

150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95112

12 South


1:00 pm

Willow Glen High School

12 West


5:00 pm

Wilcox High School

1325 Portland Ave, Albany, CA 94706

3 North 3 South 400 N Main St, Orange, CA 92868

5 North 5 South 3800 W Land Park Dr, Sacramento, CA 95822

8 10 North

2001 Cottle Ave, San Jose, CA 95125 3250 Monroe St, Santa Clara, CA 95051

26 Division





13 North


3:00 pm

Bellflower Kiwanis Hall

9302 Laurel St, Bellflower, CA 90706



6:00 pm

Las Plumas High School

2380 Las Plumas Ave, Oroville, CA 95966

15 East


5:00 pm

Eleanor Roosevelt High School

15 North


1:00 pm

Victoria Arbors Park

7429 Arbor Ln, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739

15 South


12:00 pm

Pomona High School

475 Bangor St, Pomona, CA 91767

16 North


1:00 pm

Boys and Girls Club

24909 Newhall Ave, Newhall, CA 91321

16 South


1:00 pm

Santa Monica Beach

Pacific Coast Hwy, Santa Monica, CA 90401


12:00 pm

Dearborn Park

19 North


12:00 pm

Del Aire Park

19 South


12:00 pm

Columbia Park



7:00 pm

Piner High School

1700 Fulton Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

22 Hikina


8:00 am

Maui Beach Hotel

170 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732

22 Komohana


8:00 am

Maui Beach Hotel

170 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732

22 Makai


8:00 am

Maui Beach Hotel

170 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732



10:30 am

University of Nevada

26 North


6:00 pm

Moraga Presbyterian Church

26 South


7:00 pm

Danville Grange Hall

27 North


11:30 am

Michael Faklis Park

5250 Cosumnes Dr, Stockton, CA 95219

27 South


4:30 pm

`Edison High School

100 Dr MLK Jr Blvd, Stockton, CA 95206

28 East


5:00 pm


28 North


5:00 pm

Desert Pines High School

3800 E Harris Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89110

28 South


5:00 pm

Spring Valley High School

3750 S Buffalo Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89147

28 West


5:00 pm

Shadow Ridge High School

13 South 13 West

7447 Scholar Way, Corona, CA 92880

16 East

16 West 18 East

17141 Nordhoff St, Northridge, CA 91325

18 West 12601 Isis Ave Apt B, Hawthorne, CA 90250 4045 190th St, Torrance, CA 90504


1664 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89557

24 10 Moraga Valley Ln, Moraga, CA 94556 743 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA 94526

3700 Liberty Heights Ave, Henderson, NV 89052

5050 Brent Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89131

27 Division







12:00 pm

Preskier Park

201 S Broadway, Santa Maria CA 93454

30 North


4:00 pm

Tri-City Park

2301 N Kraemer Blvd, Placentia, CA 92870

30 South


7:00 pm

Mesa Verde Methodist Church



10:00 am

Harry Griffen Park


1:30 pm

Notre Dame High School

35 East


10:00 am

Via Verde Park

35 West


10:00 am

Avocado Heights Park

36 East


1:00 pm

Prospect Park

820-824 Cajon St, Redlands, CA 92373

36 West


8:30 am

Fontana Park

15556 Summit Ave, Fontana, CA 92335


12:00 pm

Great Oak High School


1:30 pm

Pointsettia Park


2:00 pm


39055 25th St W, Palmdale, CA 93551

41 North


1:30 pm

Bill Barber Park

4 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606

41 South


7:00 pm

Aliso Viejo Ice Palace

42 East


7:00 pm

The Arc of Ventura County

42 West


1:00 pm

Freedom Park

480 Skyway Dr, Camarillo, CA 93010



12:00 pm

San Benito High School

635 Nash Road, Hollister, CA 95023

44 North


6:00 pm

Antelope High School

7801 Titan Dr, Antelope, CA 95843

44 South


1:00 pm

Folsom High School

1655 Iron Point Rd, Folsom, CA 95630


5:30 pm

Peter Johansen High School

641 Norseman Dr, Modesto, CA 95357

1701 Baker St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 9550 Milden St, La Mesa, CA 91942

33 34 North

1540 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA 94002

34 South 1010 Puente Ave, San Dimas, CA 91773 14105 Don Julian Rd, La Puente, CA 91746

37 East 37 North

32555 Deer Hollow Way, Temecula, CA 92592

37 South 37 West

6600 Hidden Valley Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92011

38 East 38 West 39

9 Journey, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 3340 E Los Angeles Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93063

45 46 North 46 South 47


leadership team News Editor | Zoe Yao

cnhkc.dne@gmail.com @cnh_keyclub


CNH Key Club


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

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

district executives

Communications & Marketing Chair


District Convention Chair | Samantha Voong


Governor | Angelica Garcia


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

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

Treasurer | Vivian Chu


Member Recognition Chair | Charlotte Wood

district administrators

Member Relations Chair

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



Policy Int’l & Elections Chair | Kai Catarata

Assistant Administrator | Marshall Roberson


Assistant Administrator | Alan Quon


Special Assistant | Pete Ballew

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

cnhadan@gmail.com alan@alanquon.com

district coordinators


Special Assistant | Marek LeBlanc


Service Leadership Programs | Bruce Hennings


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


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

29 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 Region Advisor | Mark Ross mkrossreg11@aol.com

region 9

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 Region Advisor | Victor Chan victor913@gmail.com

region 10

Division 24 d24.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 29 d29.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 42E d42e.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 Division 15N d15n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 15S d15s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 35E d35e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 35W d35w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Patricia Cridland patriciacridland@aol.com

region 14

Division 14/39 d14.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Rhonda Cameron cnh.region14.kc@gmail.com

region 15

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

region 16

Division 7N d07n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 7S d07s.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 Division 22K d22k.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 22M d22m.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Charlene Masuhara chmasuhara@gmail.com Region Advisor | Joshua Chang joshuamchang@gmail.com


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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The Buzz | March 2018 | CNH Key Club  

The Official CNH District Newsletter, brought to you by District News Editor Zoe Yao.

The Buzz | March 2018 | CNH Key Club  

The Official CNH District Newsletter, brought to you by District News Editor Zoe Yao.

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