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HELLO CNH BEES!

2. From the News Editor 3. Executive Messages 4. International Update 5. RECAP: DCON 2018 12. Distinguished Awards 2017—2018 19. CNH District Map 20. ICON 2018 21. Key Club Partners 22. Spotlight on Service Program 23. Keeping Service Alive: Summer 24. District Goals

25. Articles & Visuals 30. Division Recognition 32. District Calendar 35. Contact Information

FAST FACTS

JENNY

BUZZING WITH SERVICE,

Jenny Chen District News Editor cnhkc.dne@gmail.com


| 3 DISTRICT EXECUTIVE MESSAGES & INTERNATIONAL UPDATE GOVERNOR JONATHAN LUM My name is Jonathan Lum and it is an absolute honor to serve YOU as your District Governor for the 2018-19 term! Can you BEE-lieve that we are already over one month into the new term? For many of you, the school year is either already over or you’re heading into the final days left of the school year. As the school year ends, however, this does not mean we have to stop serving our communities! This summer season, I challenge each and every one of you to get out there and serve your community to the best of your abilities. Your service to your community could mean the world to another individual, so let’s get out there and serve! I BEE-lieve in you! The summer season also means time to prepare for the next school year! This is the perfect time to develop goals, prepare for club recruitment season, etc. Utilize this time to the best of your abilities because before you know it, the next school year will be right in front of us.

SECRETARY ZOE YAO

The start of this term and the end of the school year marks the start of a new journey. Whether you are beginning a new chapter to your Key Club journey or ending your final chapter in your Key Club journey, know that, regardless, new doors full of opportunities will be waiting for you. I encourage you to take a leap of faith and open these doors because each opportunity may lead to an amazing experience you may never forget. On the topic of opportunities, thank you again CNH for giving me the opportunity to serve you as your CNH District Governor! I truly can’t put into words how excited I am for what is in store for all of us in the 2018-19 term. Please remember to use the summer season to the best of your abilities, strive to make a positive impact on your community and take the opportunities that lay in front of you. I hope to see you all soon!

Jonathan

WITH A PASSION TO SERVE,

Jonathan Lum District Governor cnhkc.dg1819@gmail.com

What’s the Buzz, CNH?

expectations.

Hello everyone! My name is Zoe Yao and I am BEE-yond honored to serve YOU as your CNH District Secretary for the 2018-2019 term! Since it’s been a while since we last saw each other at DCON, let me give you a quick recap of the past month.

Though the next school year seems so far away, it’s never too early to start planning. Use the summer to do preliminary promotional tasks like flyers, first meeting agenda, and the first few events. Doing work over the summer prevents you from getting distracted with new classes and new friends at the beginning of the year. The summer is also a great time to network! Reach out to other officers and members within your division to strengthen inter-club bonds. A well-connected club with efficient communication makes for a strong club.

At DCON, the Lieutenant Governor-Elects have been installed and are currently Lieutenant Governors! The District Leadership Team has been appointed and working hard to plan for the term and collaborate on projects to best serve you. We had our very first District Board training meeting at the District Office and we are ready to serve you! It’s been a whirlwind month since DCON, and with all the upcoming graduations, summer plans, and new term, we have a lot on our plate. As we ease into the term, remember to set goals for yourself. Concrete goals with proactive action plans are the KEY to success! That, and hard work and passion, are a surefire formula for a prosperous term. I’m fully confident that we’ll be able to succeed and go beyond our wildest

The school year may end, but service never does! Remember to continue attending service events and promoting our Key Club mission. Education over the summer is KEY in member retention throughout the year. I am so excited to see you all grow and prosper – I know you’ll do great things. Thanks for reading this edition of the District Newsletter! See you all next month.

Z

oe

WITH A SPARK FOR SERVICE,

Zoe Yao District Secretary cnhkc.ds1819@gmail.com


| 4 DISTRICT EXECUTIVE MESSAGES & INTERNATIONAL UPDATE TREASURER KARA YOSHIYAMA Aloha CNH! My name is Kara Yoshiyama and I am honored to serve you as your District Treasurer for the 2018-2019 Key Club term! I was born and raised on the beautiful island of Hawaii and the immediate past Lieutenant Governor of Division 22 Makai. Before I continue, I would like to enlighten you with some interesting factoids about Hawaii. First of all, no, we do not ride dolphins to school, wear grass skirts on an everyday basis or live in grass huts but we do grow up with the sense of aloha. Aloha can mean anything from being caring to one another to merely a “hello” or “goodbye”. In Hawaii, the aloha spirit is everywhere and I hope that I can share this with all of you. Our District, the largest district within Key Club International, has achieved great things within the past few years and I am confident that we can take it one step further. Although it is the

INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE LUKE GILMORE Hello, CNH Key Clubbers! Since we are entering a new service year in the CNH District, I am going to reintroduce myself. My name is Luke Gilmore and I have had the honor of serving as the Key Club International Trustee for the California-Nevada-Hawaii Key Club District over the past year. First off, I want to congratulate you all on a spectacular District Convention last month. It was truly inspiring to see the amazing work you all have achieved over the past year. From raising a record-breaking amount for Pediatric Trauma Program to performing an incredible amount of service, you all have accomplished so many amazing things and I am so proud to serve a district that is so passionate about service. I truly enjoyed getting to meet so many passionate and selfless servant leaders in the CNH District. You all have inspired me to become a better servant leader and have pushed me to make a bigger, better, and stronger impact in my community. If you loved DCON or are interested in learning more about the global scale of Key Club International,

ending of the school year, it does not mean that Key Club has to take a break during the summer. I encourage you to continue serving and fundraising to make a difference in your communities. It is you, our future leaders, who make the biggest impact on our society. To the graduating seniors, thank you again for all of your contributions to your home, schools and communities. I am confident that all of you are bound to achieve great things. For those continuing, I am ecstatic to work with you during this upcoming term! Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, comments or concerns because I will always treat you with aloha. Thank you again for allowing me this wonderful opportunity. I hope to see you all at International Convention!

Kara

IT’S ALWAYS A BEAUTIFUL DAY TO SAVE LIVES,

Kara Yoshiyama District Treasurer cnhkc.dt1819@gmail.com

make every effort to attend the Key Club International Convention this summer in Chicago, Illinois, from July 4-8, 2018. If you have any questions about attending this year’s ICON, please feel free to reach out to myself, Governor Jonathan, or District Administrator Doug Gin. Key Club also has started a new travel partner called ‘Squads Abroad: Cross Cultural Solutions’ where Key Clubbers or clubs can travel abroad and take part in a unique service abroad experience. I highly encourage you all to check it out! If you have any questions about the Squads Abroad program, or anything else in general, feel free to reach out to me at lukegilmore.kci@gmail.com. Thanks for everything you do, and keep blowing me away with your amazing leadership qualities and unparalleled work ethic! I am so honored to serve CNH, but even more honored and blessed to know Key Clubbers as amazing as you all are. Have a wonderful month! YOURS IN FRIENDSHIP AND SERVICE,

Luke

Luke Gilmore Key Club International International Trustee Lukegilmore.kci@gmail.com


RECAP DISTRICT CONVENTION SERVICE SAFARI

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GOVERNORANGELICA GARCIA JONATHAN LUM SECRETARY JIMIN MARGARETTE LEE ZOE YAO TREASURER VIVIAN CHU KARA YOSHIYAMA


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a service safari 8 | 7 RECAP: DCON 2018, A SERVICE SAFARI

T CONVENTION


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Want to learn more about Key Club? The K-family? Lost your motivation? Are you interested in becoming an officer? An officer elect?

ATTEND WORKSHOPS

BOND WITH YOUR OHANA What better way to get to know your members than a 3 day and 2 night trip? Cheer on your friends and show your Club Unity!


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This is the biggest District event yet, with over 3,000 attendees from all over Cal-Nev-Ha! Don’t be shy and break the ice!

MEET NEW FRIENDS

RECOGNIZE OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS Reflect upon our amazing accomplishments of the term. All of your sweat, tears and hard work has paid off!


|RECAP 10 | DISTRICT CONVENTION 2018

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| 12 DISTINGUISHED AWARDS MEMBER OF THE YEAR

CLUB OF THE YEAR


| 13 DISTINGUISHED AWARDS CLUB WEBSITE

CLUB ATTIRE

MOST IMPROVED CLUB


| 14 DISTINGUISHED AWARDS MOST IMPROVED CLUB CONT.

PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT


| 15 DISTINGUISHED AWARDS SECRETARY

TREASURER DIVISION

CLUB

NAME

2

ALBANY

DANNY WU

4N

LAQUINTA

EMILY NGO

4W

FOUNTAIN VALLEY

CRYSTAL BANH

7S

PLEASANT GROVE

AUTUMN BUI

12E

PIEDMONT HILLS

DAIAN QUACH

30S

JOHN F.KENNEDY

GLORIA CHANG

35E

WALNUT

BILL YEN

FACULTY/KIWANIS ADVISOR


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DISTINGUISHED CLUB


| 17 DISTINGUISHED AWARDS DIVISION WEBSITE

DIVISION NEWSLETTER

KIWANIS FAMILY

CLUB VIDEO


| 18 DISTINGUISHED AWARDS SINGLE SERVICE

CLUB POSTER REGION

DIVISION

CLUB

NAME

15

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CLOVERDALE

CRISTINA CARDENAS

MAJOR EMPHASIS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

SANDY NININGER


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ICON | JULY 4 - JULY 7, 2018 CNH DISTRICT TOUR 2018 JULY 8 - JULY 10, 2018

ABOUT 

Elect the next International Board Learn about service leadership Recognize clubs and district achievements Bond with Key Clubbers from other districts

PRICING [ DOES NOT INCLUDE AIRFARE] 

International Convention & District Tour  Quad | $1295.00  Double | $1395.00  Triple | $1575.00  Single | $2125.00 International Convention ONLY  Quad | $600.00  Double | $650.00  Triple | $775.00  Single | $1150.00


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KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS PREFERRED CHARITIES Children’s Miracle Network

UNICEF

March of Dimes

Thirst Project

CO-SPONSOR Rustic Pathways

VISION PARTNER Nickelodeon


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KEEPING SERVICE ALIVE IN THE SUMMER WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?

LONGER DAYS, MORE SERVICE

ORGANIZE SUMMER ORIENTED SERVICE PROJECTS SEAS

BEE

PROMOTE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA

KEY


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june

SP TLIGHT ON SERVICE PROGRAM

“HEALTH & SAFETY” CLEAN UPS

PRECAUTION

EDUCATING CHILDREN

RECYCLING DRIVES


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| 25 ARTICLES & VISUALS

D37S APRIL DCM: SANDWICHIN’ FOR SERVICE Angela Chen, Del Norte | Division 37 South

D15N APRIL DCM + PARK CLEAN UP Katie Li | Division 15 North


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MARCH FOR BABIES

Jason Pang | Division 34 North

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE: WALK FOR KIDS Joshua Trelaje, Millikan | Division 13 South

CANYON OAKS PLANTING

Nate Yo, American Canyon | Division 8


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Pie to EliMiNaTe

Ryan Leung, Dublin | Division 26 South

Miracle Miles of

Quarters

David Thai, Kearny | Division 21


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CRANES FOR CANCER

Katie Tran, Independence | Division 12 East Volunteers made paper cranes for kids in the hospital! We all have a super fun time not only making cranes together, but also from bonding! I met so many new people at my event that day, and so many others did too. We had a blast making these cranes, and knowing that all of these cranes will go towards hospitalized kids makes others and me just smile. In total, we made about 200 paper cranes! And if you combine this amount with my last Cranes for Cancer event, then we made over 500 cranes! I just wanted to give a shout out to all of my amazing volunteers who took their time and effort into this event for making cranes for kids!


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Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast

Jodi Hinderleider, `Iolani School| Division 22 Hikina On Saturday, April 14th, we, along with Kaiser and other high school students came together to make pancakes, eggs, and sausage for the Oahu community at Kaiser High School. There were a lot of members there to help which made things run a lot smoother. Some of us were on dish washing duty,

sanitizing the dishes and storing them away. Then, we were able to make some pancakes which was really fun. After working for about an hour and a half, each of us were able to eat some of the food we made, which was very delicious. When it was time to clean up, every one of us had something to do. We were all scrubbing the stoves, mopping the floors, and washing the dishes. After the fun and work, we were all offered a take home box of pancakes and sausage which was very generous. Although this event was only three hours, it was a fun experience to get to know other schools’ Key Club members.


| 30 DIVISION RECOGNITION CONGRATULATIONS BEES! Being chosen for this recognition is truly an honor! The CNH District is extremely proud of you and grateful for your dedication and service. Keep striving to do your best! Division

Club of the Month

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

2 Nort h

Albany

Jennifer Nguyen

Henry Feldman

2 Sout h

San Leandro

Eric Lu

Vivian Liu

Jeffrey Smit h

Zuberi Chaperone

Hoover

Koleen Felipe

Charlize Ea

Joseph Cohen

Eric Warren

4 East

Canyon

Angelo Archival

Ashley Nguyen

Judit h Fusco

Pat ricia van Voorst

4 Nort h

West minst er

Kaylee Nguyen

Mimi Farias

Saddleback

Savannah Bonifay

Harold Tran

Morgan Molioo

Debbie Briscoe

7 Nort h

CK McClat chy

David Yu

Isabelle Kue

Anne Best gen

John Brummer

7 Sout h

Mont erey Trail

Jenny Chen

Cat hy Lu

Pedro Jacint o

Sue Haas

8

American Canyon

Linh Dinh

Juliana Tran

Nhu-Y Vu

10 Sout h

Alhambra

Fiona Chan

Brandon Tran

Turner

Art Landing

11

Mat er Dei

Nat haniel Banlusak

Tina Tran

St ephanie Kinnamon

Geoff Tobias

12 East

KIPP San Jose

Christ ina Jung

Laura Nguyen

12 Sout h

Ann Sobrat o

Et han Tran

Christ ina Vo

Francesca Kellet

Mary Lou Conragan

12 West

Prospect

Vanessa Jan

Ant hony Nguyen

13 Nort h

Hunt ingt on Park

Emily Pan

Nelly Perez

Clyde Put nam

Chien Wang

13 Sout h

Millikan

Paloma Mit ri

Chizaram Iwuanyanwu

Hajra Saeed

Sun-Sun Lin

13 West

Lincoln

Shaleia Wall-Wilson

Javier Nunez

Ms. Crabt ree

14/39

Gridley

Kelsey Smit h

Jasmeet Kaur

Yvonne Smit h

Mat t Squires

15 Nort h

Claremont

Samant ha Tabular

Christ opher Nguyen

Elaine Skaggs

Raul Rodriguez

15 East

Eleanor Roosevelt

Rut h-Ashley Lee

Naomi Price

Karla Raygoza

Diane Germain

15 Sout h

Colony

Naya Lee

Edward Park

Keanne Misawa

16 Nort h

Arlet a

Francoise Morada

Mit ali Sakharkar

Scot t Cooper

Doug Ridnor

16 East

Grover Cleveland

Saja Shat ela

Crist y Bassi

Michael Gross

Maryanne St ein

16 Sout h

Providence

Est her Chung

Christ opher Aguirre

El Diamant e

Yvet t e Sot o

Zack Aqra

Sarah Elder

Kryst al Miller

19 Nort h

HMSA

Cat herine Roman

Nicole Cat angay

Juliz Ramirez

Harry Reeves

19 Sout h

Nort h Torrance

Lana Fukuda

Rebecca Julifs

Rachel Burris

Carina Sokolich

20/32

Cloverdale

Nat alie Goldst one

Kat elyn Johnson

Ted Seche

Allan Kuba

Bill K'Burg

3 Nort h 3 Sout h 4 Cent ral Kat ie Vict oria

4 Sout h 4 West 5 Nort h 5 Sout h

10 Nort h

16 West 18 East 18 West


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Cloverdale

Natalie Goldstone

Katelyn Johnson

Ted Seche

21

Patrick Henry

Ethan Nguyen

Anna Huynh

Valerie Crawford

22 Hikina

Kaiser

Joshua Grube

Jovince Echalar

Lisa Preston

22 Komohana

Castle

Rhusel Rivera

Mei Bucher

Neil Nitta

22 Makai

Baldwin

Alvin Calma

Casydee De Mattos

Cindy Asato-Kochi

23

North Valleys

Karen Miranda

Michaela Bruns

Marshall Roberson

24

Paso Robles

Monica Rodriguez

Jiseelle Jimenez

Kevin Leclai

26 North

Northgate

Caitlin Pambid

Olivia Staton

Andy Ngyuen

26 South

California

Kazu Asakawa

Adora Wen

Kristina Zhebel

27 North

SECA

Janie Thao

Tyler Nguyen

Michele Dueltgen

27 South

Jailah Smith

Edrea Low

Katy Knight

Jacqueline Vazquez

Tobey Philavong

Schweikert

28 South

Mountain House Las Vegas Academy Desert Oasis

Chelwinn Sagadraca

Kevin Wong

Natalie Sherwood

28 East

Coronado

Noah Alvarez

Tiffany Piza

28 West

Shadow Ridge

Robin Leuterio

Michelle Zhao

Kevin Lewis

30 North

El Dorado

Jennifer Lin

Denise Ramos

Laura Uy

30 South

Whitney

Mai Le

Pauline Doan

Ana Perez

31

West Hills

Vivi Nguyen

Nancy Pham

Geoff Tobias

34 North

Lowell

Jonathan Nguyen

Shamira Tesorero

Jeffery Wong

34 South

Mountain View

Hongjie Zhou

Annette Wong-Toi

Rika Hirata

35 East

Covina

Emely Hernandez

Jasper Wang

Mark Amasuga

35 West

Mountain View

Ryan Ly

William Trang

Cheri Lee

36 East

Redlands Senior

Steven Christopher

Hailey Li

Emily Jeffries

36 West

Jurupa Hills

Jason Acevedo

Kiana Velasco

Summer Pearson

37 North

Temecula Valley

Alexis

Isaiah Lara

Jennifer Emery

37 South

Del Norte

Eric Xin

Victor Wang

37 East

Mission Hills

Brianna Virabouth

Trinity Nguyen

Jim Munson

Jillian Barnes

Amanda Wozniak

28 North

29

33

37 West 38 East

Silverado

38 West

TPAA

Gabriel Gonzales

Briana Pineda

Ms. Kaitlin Huerta

41 North

Northwood

Neha Sharma

Paola Mendoza

Terry Trank


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Club of the Month

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

42 East

Westlake

Hailey Fisher

Kristine Ly

Ryan Rosuck

42 West

Buena

Maria Quixon

Rafael Apodaca

Renee Fisher

43

Seaside

Jesus Lezama

Marco Navarro

Nicholas Bourgeois

44 North

Woodcreek

Kiranjot Kaur

Veata Borroum

Seth Demant

44 South

Mira Loma

Morgan Biagi

Anna Chriss

Steve Scott

Merced

Janny Evans

Isabel Martinez

Karen Frank

45 46 North 46 South 47

JUNE DISTRICT CALENDAR What Division Council Meeting (DCM) is a meeting hosted 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 members from different schools, and gain a better understanding of this amazing organization. You are encouraged to attend in order to listen to the latest updates on the division and district level. Some DCMs are even combined with a service project, fundraiser, or social event! Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

2 Nort h

23

12:00 PM

Cesar Chavez Park

11 Spinnaker Way, Berkeley, CA 94710

2 Sout h

30

11:00 AM

Lake Chabot

17600 Lake Chabot Rd, Cast ro Valley, CA 94546

10

2:00 PM

Verdugo Park

1621 Canada Blvd, Glendale, CA 91208

4 East

23

11:00 AM

Cost a Mesa High School

2650 Fairview Road Cost a Mesa, CA 92626

4 Nort h

23

11:00 AM

Cost a Mesa High School

2650 Fairview Rd, Cost a Mesa, CA 92626

21

12:00 PM

Cost a Mesa High School

2650 Fairview Rd. Cost a Mesa, CA 92626

7 Nort h

23

10:00 AM

Mont erey Trail High School

8661 Power Inn Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

7 Sout h

23

10:00 AM

Mont erey Trail High School

8661 Power Inn Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

8

23

9:00 AM

Vacaville High School

100 W. Mont e Vist a Ave. Vacaville, CA

3 Nort h 3 Sout h 4 Cent ral

4 Sout h 4 West 5 Nort h 5 Sout h


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Date

Time

Location

Address

23

9:00 AM

Vacaville High School

100 W. Mont e Vist a Ave. Vacaville, CA

10 Sout h

30

10:00 AM

Gabrielino High School

1327 S San Gabriel Blvd, San Gabriel, CA 91776

11

6

6:00 PM

Family House of Pancakes

1900 E Plaza Blvd

12 East

23

12:00 PM

Lake Cunningham Park

2305 Sout h Whit e Road San Jose, California 95148

12 Sout h

23

12:00 PM

Lake Cunningham Park

2305 S Whit e Rd, San Jose, CA 95148

12 West

23

12:00 PM

Lake Cunningham

2305 S. Whit e Rd San Jose, CA 95148

13 Nort h

16

12:00 PM

Somerset Cont inuat ion High School

9242 Laurel St , Bellflower, CA 90706

13 Sout h

16

11:00 AM

Somerset High School

9242 Laurel St , Bellflower, CA 90706

13 West

23

3:00 PM

Dockweiler St at e Beach

12001 Vist a Del Mar, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

14/39

25

8:00 AM

Yuba Cit y Unified School Dist rict Office

750 Palora Avenue, Yuba Cit y CA 95991

15 Nort h

16

10:00 AM

Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis Dist rict Office

8360 Red Oak St , Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

15 East

16

9:00 AM

CNH Dist rict Office

8360 Red Oak St reet , Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

15 Sout h

16

3:30 PM

Cali-Nev-Ha Dist rict Office

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

16 Nort h

23

12:30 PM

John Burroughs High School

1920 W Clark Ave, Burbank, CA 91506

16 East

23

4:00 PM

El Camino Real Chart er High School

5440 Valley Circle Blvd Woodland Hills, CA 91367

16 Sout h

23

10:00 AM

John Burroughs High School

1920 W Clark Ave, Burbank, CA 91506

16 West

16

1:00 PM

El Camino chart er high school

My school

18 East

30

3:00 PM

Plaza Park

700 S Plaza St , Visalia, CA 93277

19 Nort h

16

2:00 PM

Carson High School

22328 S Main St , Carson, CA 90745

19 Sout h

16

2:00 PM

Carson High School

22328 S Main St , Carson, CA 90745

20/32

23

12:00 PM

TBD

Sant a Rosa

21

10

12:00 PM

Wat erfront Park

1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, CA 92101

22 Hikina

9

4:00 PM

W. R. Farringt on High School

1564 Nort h King St reet , Honolulu, HI 96817

22 Komohana

9

3:00 PM

Farringt on High School

1564 Nort h King St , Honolulu HI 96817

22 Makai

10

12:30 PM

Baldwin High School

1650 W Kaahumanu Ave, Wailuku, HI 96793

23

16

10:00 AM

Universit y of Nevada Reno

UNR William Raggio Building

24

3

12:30 PM

Ludwick Communit y Cent er

864 Sant a Rosa St . San Luis Obispo, Ca 93401

26 Nort h

2

3:30 PM

LTG's house

3910 Hummingbird Dr, Ant ioch CA 94509

26 Sout h

3

9:00 AM

Dublin High School St udent Cent er

8151 Village Parkway, Dublin, CA 94568

27 Nort h

6

12:00 PM

Delt a College

5151 Pacific Ave. St ockton, CA 95207

27 Sout h

16

11:00 AM

San Joaquin Delt a College

5151 Pacific Avenue, St ockton, CA 95207

28 Nort h

14

9:00 AM

Clark High School

4291 Pennwood Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

28 Sout h

7

9:00 AM

Ed. W. Clark High School

4291 Pennwood Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

28 East

14

9:00 AM

Clark High School

4291 Pennwood Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

28 West

14

9:00 AM

Ed. W Clark High School

4291 Pennwood Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

30 Nort h

23

12:00 PM

Cost a Mesa High School

2650 Fairview Rd, Cost a Mesa, CA 92626

30 South

15

12:00 PM

John F Kennedy HS

8281 Walker St, La Palma, CA, 90703

31

9

12:00 PM

Harry Griffen Park

9550 Milden St, La Mesa, CA 91942

34 North

23

10:00 AM

Burton Park

900 Chestnut Street, San Carlos, CA 94070

34 South

23

10:00 AM

Burton Park

900 Chestnut St, San Carlos, CA 94070

35 East

30

6:00 PM

South Hills High School

645 Barranca St, West Covina, CA 91791

10 Nort h

18 West

29

33


34 South

23

10:00 AM

Burton Park

CALENDAR | 3534 East JUNE 30 DISTRICT 6:00 PM South Hills High School

900 Chestnut St, San Carlos, CA 94070 645 Barranca St, West Covina, CA 91791

35 West

16

11:00 AM

Arroyo Highschool

1035, 4921 Cedar Ave, El Monte, CA 91732

36 East

23

11:00 AM

District Office

4370 Red Oak St., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

36 West

23

11:00 AM

CNH District Office

8360 Red Oak St., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

37 North

16

11:00 AM

Ronald Reagan Sports Park

30875 Rancho Vista Rd, Temecula, CA 92592

37 South

9

5:00 PM

Scripps Ranch Community Center

11885 Cypress Canyon Rd, San Diego, CA 92131

37 East

30

10:00 AM

Cal State San Marcos

333 S Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos, CA 92096

38 East

9

12:00 PM

Sunset Ridge Park

12808 Eucalyptus St, Victorville, CA 92392

38 West

15

2:00 PM

Domenic Massari Park

37716 55th St E, Palmdale CA

41 North

23

10:30 AM

Costa Mesa High School

2650 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

41 South

23

12:00 PM

Costa Mesa High School

2650 Fairview Rd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

42 East

30

1:00 PM

Rancho Campana High School

4235 Mar Vista Dr, Camarillo, CA 93010

42 West

30

1:00 PM

Rancho Compana High School

4235 Mar Vista Dr, Camarillo, CA 93010

43

23

12:00 PM

Dunne Park

600 West St, Hollister, CA 95023

44 North

9

10:00 AM

Grantie Bay Public Library

6475 Douglas Blvd, Granite Bay, CA 95746

44 South

9

12:00 PM

Granite Bay Library

6475 Douglas Blvd Granite Bay, CA 95746

11

6:00 AM

Atwater High School

2201 Fruitland Ave, Atwater, CA 95301

37 West

45 46 North 46 South 47

KEEP IT UP,

BEES!


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The Bee Line | June 2018 | CNH Key Club  

The Official CNH District Newsletter, "The Bee Line", brought to you by District News Editor Jenny Chen.

The Bee Line | June 2018 | CNH Key Club  

The Official CNH District Newsletter, "The Bee Line", brought to you by District News Editor Jenny Chen.

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