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TABLE OF CONTENTS the 2. From News Editor

Monthly 15. District Recognition

30. District Goals

3. Executive Messages

of 16. Importance Member Education

32. SafeKEY

4. International Update

17. NewBEE Leaders

33. Reflector Groups

Theme 5. DCON Contest

on 18. Spotlight Education

34. Articles/ Visuals

8. Effective Photography

Your 19. Meet DB: Kai Catarata

Club 39. Key Service Partners

9. CreativeBEE

the 20. Meet PIE Committee

40. Monthly Recognition

K 10. Circle International

Committee 21. PIE Introduction

43. District Calendar

Foundation 11. CNH Scholarships

22. Governor’s Project

12. Key Leader

on 24. Spotlight Service

13. Kiwanis Children’s Fund

to Submit 26. How For SOSP

Trauma 14. Pediatric Program

is 28. What Key Club?

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Zoe Yao Aloha, CNH Bees!

I hope your summer has been going well. Summer the perfect time to slow down after a tough school year, catch up with family and friends, and travel to and explore new places. Lots of people have classes, summer homework, myself included, but remember to take time to relax and take care of yourself. Learning to balance school, sports, family, friends, and extracurriculars is a skill that will serve you well in life. Even though it’s summer, remember that Key Club is year-round! Summer is the perfect time for clubs and divisions to prepare for the fall. Fall is a stressful time for many -- a new school year, new members, and dues! If you are on the board or leadership team for a club or division, make sure that the other members of the board are on task and that the work is evenly distributed. Follow through with your goals for the summer and for the term and you will bring your club or division to greater heights! International Convention is coming up very rapidly. If you are going, cherish the memories you will make there! ICON is a rare opportunity to see Key Clubbers from all across the world in one place. At ICON, you will be electing your new International Board for the 2017-2018 term. BEE sure to thank our wonderful

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service hours 134,361 out of

1,300,000 hours as of June 21, 2017

International Trustee, William Zhang because he has faithfully served CNH this past term. The phrase we often say, “To be early is to be on time, to be on time is to be late, and to be late is unacceptable,” is relevant no matter what time of year it is. During the summer, you will have much more time on your hands, so don’t procrastinate on submissions and stress yourself out. Like I said, summer should be time for rest, not stress. Plan ahead and work proactively. I know what it’s like to try to finish a whole project or newsletter in one night, and it doesn’t usually turn out well. Division News Editors, remember that articles and visuals are due the 15th of each month by 6pm, and newsletters are due the 20th of each month by 6pm. Your division flyer is due July 27th by 6pm. I look forward to a prosperous and successful term. I have a good feeling for these next months and I know that we can all reach our goals, it just takes passion and elbow grease. Thank you all for reading “The Buzz,” and see you next month!

With a spark for service,

Zoe Yao

District News Editor


Executive Messages

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DISTRICT GOVERNOR Angelica Garcia How’s it going, CNH?

Summer is finally here! School’s out, service is in! Now that school is not in the picture, you can utilize this time to serve your community as much as you want to! As I am writing this message, I am sitting in the sweltering 100+ degree weather. You can combat this heat by planning fun service projects appropriate for this weather! Some examples include volunteering at the homeless shelter, making sure everyone is getting adequate amounts of water.

easy and treat yourself. You deserve the time in the world after working so hard in the previous school year. You can find time to hang out with the new Key Club friends you made, vacation with your family, and catch up on your favorite TV shows. International Convention is approximately 17 days away. I hope I grow close to many of you there! It will be a fun experience for all of us. I will talk to you next month!

You can also use this weather to fundraise for PTP or MNT. Maybe plan a water fight with water guns and water balloons, asking for $1 donations for every 5 balloons or 1 water gun. It is easy to get sluggish and lazy because of the summer, but I ask that you remain in high spirits. The Key Club grind never stops!

Buzzing with service,

Remember to take some time off for yourself. This is also a vacation time for you. Rest

District Governor

Angelica Garcia

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DISTRICT SECRETARY JiMin Margarett Lee Hey there, CNH Bees!

Summer is finally here and I hope that you all have started your long deserved vacation with a blast. Summer means that there is more time for serving your homes, schools, and communities, so make sure to make every second of your summer count! Get started on those college apps, go spend time with your family and friends, or even get started on that summer assignment that your teacher assigned you. Whatever the case may be, please don’t forget to leave time for Key Club and remember the commitment to serve your communities to the best of your abilities. Key Club is a year round organization, so although school may be out, you can still be attending DCMs, participating in service projects, and much more! Summer is the perfect time for you to plan proactively and get ready for the upcoming fall, so be sure to utilize this time wisely. During this summer break, you can write down different ideas of service projects for your club to participate in, fundraisers to host, or any events you wish to hold -- you’ll be surprised how far you’ll go by just writing some of your

goals and visions down. If you are ever looking for guidance, be sure to check out the CyberKey or utilize the Club Officer and CNH Reflector Groups for any advice or support. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact me regarding any question you may have; I will reply to you as soon as I get the chance. I will leave you all with this famous quote by Gandhi: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” So CNH, how will you find yourself this summer?

Buzzing with service,

JiMin Margarett Lee

District Secretary

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Executive Messages

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DISTRICT TREASURER Vivian Chu Hello, CNH Bees!

Summer has finally begun! Now that school is over, there is plenty of time for you all to relax - and do community service of course! The club meetings may have stopped, but the service has only begun. With more free time on your hands, be sure to utilize the summer and make the most of each day. Keep in mind that service is not completely a physical action, service can be simple tasks such as making another person smile or planning a huge event. Be proactive and begin to plan the next school year. Set goals for yourself and your club so that you have something to work towards. Aside from my encouragement for you to be active, I also wish that you all take time to rest and relax. You deserve it after a year of hard work!

These numbers may be overwhelming, but I have full faith in you all! With your passion and determination, I know that these goals will be achieved. Take advantage of each day and host a fundraiser or attend a service event. Fundraisers and service events are not limited to restaurants and direct events. Feel free to think outside the box and host a bake sale as a fundraiser or create care packages for soldiers as a service event. The possibilities are endless! From July 5th to July 11th, I will be in San Antonio, Texas for International Convention! I cannot wait to represent the CNH District at the international level and learn more information to share with you all. Thank you for reading this newsletter! I wish you all a productive and exciting summer!

In addition, use this free time to begin working on the district goals! Work with your club and division to find ways you can contribute to the goals of $190,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program and 1.3 million service hours.

Buzzing with service,

Vivian Chu

District Treasurer

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INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE William Zhang Hello, It’s me. I thought that my last message would be last month’s, but here we are! Again, I keep thinking about how lucky I am to have had the opportunity to work with you, and the rest of CNH. It has been a really unique experience serving the CNH district— there’s a great sense of connectivity, purpose, and fun. I’m glad that you’re involved with Key Club! As for updates, the International Committees have been hard at work. I helped look over the Key Club Guidebook for the Executive Committee, as we are amending outdated and unnecessary policies. I have been processing the results of the International Districts survey for the Committee on Growth and Communication to help provide more support and resources to those who need it. I have been working with the YOF Advisory Committee to approve budgets and plans for Breakthrough, as well as a prospective Key Club Alumni network. Of course, I’ve also been preparing for ICON—let me know if you are coming! Everything is coming so fast. For me, it’s graduation and prom, ICON and university. I’m reminded of how fast these four years have gone by, and that one of

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the highlights of my time in high school was Key Club. So, I can tell you myself: it is WORTH IT to continue helping others, it is WORTH IT to reach out to people who you notice need your help, it is WORTH IT to seek out and pursue leadership opportunities of any scale, and it is WORTH IT to live out every moment to its fullest—because every moment will only happen once, and it’s up to you to seize it. Make sure you make the most of your time in Key Club International. The people you’ll meet at conferences, rallies, and conventions are amazing, and can become your close friends. The service that you’ll do will impact many, and all yours hours will add up to make a difference. After all, you did help raise $182, 000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program, and helped contribute towards the completion of 616, 000 service hours! Keep believing, keep dreaming, and keep working hard. It’s been a good ride with you guys. Catch me at my ICON retirement :)

Yours in friendship and service,

William Zhang

International Trustee


CNH | K EY CLUB CONTEST | District Convention 2018 Theme Design

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EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE HARD WORKING HISTORIAN, EDITOR, OR MEMBER.

Here’s some pointers on how to make the most out of your visuals!

CAMERA RECOMMENDATIONS There are many entry-level DSLR’s you can choose from, but when you’re considering to buy one try to pay attention to the following: - Price - Projected Use (What do you want to use the camera for?) Be creative with your camera or get an inexpensive point and shoot!

Beginner DSLR’s:

Never forget: - It’s the photographer that frames the picture, not the camera. It’s about creativity and skill.

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Nikon D3300 or 3400

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CANDID VS. “NON”-CANDID Photos taken by DVME Kelly Tran; Pictured: D30S LTG Vivian Bui

Note: Only in the “non”-candid pic is LTG Vivian looking at the camera.

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KEY LEADER WHAT IS KEY LEADER? Key Leader is a three day leadership education program that is primarily intended for high school students. This weekend retreat is filled with a plethora of leadership workshops and chances to indulge in how to be the best version of yourself. This experience provides opportunities for personal development, growth, and fellowship. Students gather together and have enriching encounters with each other by accomplishing various challenges together and building enduring friendships. Key Leader is the place for you if you want to be educated on how to lead, represent, and serve your home, school, and community. It is an experience that is a necessity to an aspiring leader’s school career.

HISTORY Kiwanis International intended to create a program that explored empowering young students’ skills of leadership. They developed a program that ascended beyond the horizons of any other youth leadership programs.

REGISTRATION HOW: Begin by registering on the website: www.key-leader. org/ and clicking the “Register” button! PRICES: Prices vary whether you are a student, student facilitator, or adult. Regular student U.S fee is $225. If that price is a little high for you, there are scholarships available to students to help with the cost.

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The Kiwanis Children’s Fund is dedicated to helping the children of the world through Kiwanis-led service projects that promote: healthy children, educated children, leadership development, and priority children’s issues. Their mission is to extend Kiwanis’ impact globally. Every year, the Kiwanis Children’s Fund offers several scholarship opportunities to graduating seniors. These opportunities are offered exclusively to Key Club members. The Kiwanis Children’s Fund is dedicated to providing opportunity for young people who pride themselves to serving their respective communities. There are a wide variety of ways you can give to the Children’s Fund. Giving to The Eliminate Project, unrestricted gifts sent to the Children’s Fund, and even including the Children’s Fund in your estate plans can go a long way in serving the children of today. The core values of the Kiwanis Children’s Fund are:

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This member always has a positive attitude when in Key Club. She recently applied for the Division Leadership Team, and unfortunately she was not chosen for a position. However, Albertina did not let this define her, and her club president has spoken about how positive she has been. Albertina also finds her way to come to as many club events as possible, even if the event is not well advertised or if she is not asked to go personally. Her president has made it very clear how valuable Albertina is to her club, and how deserving she is of recognition.

Kiana currently serves as the Vice President for Grand Terrace. She is hardworking, spirited, and has a positive influence towards the members. She is always asking if she could be of any service, and is a cooperative officer who completes all necessary tasks. Kiana has an undeniable love for Key Club, and wants to help others fall in love with service as well .

Mrs. Mendiola is a hardworking advisor who had the perseverance to go through all the paperwork to recharter Carter's Key Club. She wanted to bring back an organization with a positive influence back to Carter High School. Mrs. Mendiola is one of the KEY reasons why Carter High School was able to come back to the Division 36 West Huskey Ohana!

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Importance ! Member Education What is Key Club Education? Education at club meetings are important and imperative tools for developing club goals to achieve and understand Key Club systems.

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

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All members are highly encouraged to attend training events such as Officer Training Conference (OTC), Region Training Conference (RTC), Leadership Training Conference (LTC), Candidate Training Conference (CTC), and District Convention (DCON). These events will further strengthen your leadership skills and capabilities that can be applied to your club or elsewhere!

OUR PREFERRED CHARITIES Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) raise funds for partnered hospitals that provide healthcare services, medical equipment, and charitable care to those who cannot afford to pay.

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March of Dimes focuses on spreading awareness and reducing the rate of premature births with the help of raised Key Club funds.

UNICEF and Kiwanis International have partnered through The eliMiNaTe Project. Fundraisers such as Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, have brought steps closer to aiding and eliminating those with MNT.


NEWBEE LEADERS 101 Congratulations—you are officially an officer for your school’s Key Club. Now what? Here are some tips, tricks, and what to expect in the term! Channel your board members' eagerness and fresh mindsets to change what did not work previously!

Reach out to your advisors. Work with your school administration and its policies. Make sure Key Club events don’t conflict! Communicate with them regularly so everyone is on the same page.

Make sure your club is still “active” and dues are paid. For your club to be considered active, dues must be submitted through the Membership Update Center. Attend Officer Training Conference! Afterwards, put together a “plan of action.” Plan goals for the term after talking to previous officers.

Be proactive! The sooner you start, the better. Strive for early-bird submissions always.

Maintain regular communication with members after Fall Rally so that they still continue to attend service events.

Always practice safekey! That means always maintaining professionalism on social media, even if it’s private.

Don’t be afraid to ask your President or LTG questions. It shows your initiative to be a better leader!

Key Club 101 Key Club International is just one part of the Kiwanis family. Kiwanis International, Circle K International, Builders Club, Kiwanis Kids, and Aktion Club also are branches of our family. Adult and youth members form one of the largest and most effective service organizations in the world. Developing and maintaining good relationships between each branch of the Kiwanis family, as it is popularly known, should be one of the primary objectives of each individual Kiwanis family club and district. We all share a common goal: service. By working together, we can collectively increase the amount of lives we touch through service. Feeling unmotivated? Just remember... Key Club is more than merely accumulating service hours; it’s a supportive community of diverse people from different walks of life. Every service event, DCM, and Kiwanis meeting you go to is a step towards building a community that you are proud to be a part of. We are able to use our service to brighten up people’s days and lead each other toward change for the better. You are truly making a difference.

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Spotlight on Education July: CNH and International Key Club International (KCI) is comprised of all clubs within 33 organized districts around the world and is led by its international board; President, Vice President, and 11 Trustees.

CNH is the largest district in KCI and is made up of Key

Clubs around California, Nevada, and Hawaii. The Executive Board includes a Governor, Treasurer, Secretary, and Lieutenant Governors.

KEY CLUB STRUCTURE

HOW INT’L SUPPORTS CNH ✴ Creates bylaws and policies that CNH stands by. ✴ Provides funding for a variety of service projects, events, partnerships, workshops, etc.

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HOW CNH SUPPORTS INT’L ✴ Participate in programs held by Int’l partners such as March of Dimes, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, etc. ✴ Provide candidates for Int’l positions per year (i.e. President, Vice President, Trustees) through district endorsement.

Int’l Webinar July 22, 2017 @ 8:00 PM Stay tuned for more details!


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K a i Cat a ra t a -Policy

Internatioal Business and Elections (PIE) Committee Chair-

Valley Key Club | Division 28 East | Region 5

His Story Growing up in Las Vegas, Kai began his Key Club story very early. Looking up to his older brother, a club president, Kai joined Key Club immediately as a freshman. He rose in rank from Freshman Class Representative to Club Secretary to Club President, and now PIE Committee Chair. Kai was inspired to run for PIE Committee Chair when his Region Advisor noticed many different problems with his home club not following Key Club By-Laws. A Senior in Fall 2017, Kai looks forward to an amazing 2017-2018 term on your District Board.

Who is Kai? Kai involves himself in many different ways. Kai loves publicspeaking and participating in his student inner-council. As a full IB Diploma student, Kai keeps active with bowling and frequent exercise. He is also Vice President of a new club, Best Buddies.

Pie Committee As PIE Chair, Kai focuses on delegating his team of 12 Lieutenant Governors and building a strong bond with that team. PIE, as its name suggests, deals with Club, District, and even International By-Laws. Kai’s goal is to members into the CNH District. 19


PIE Committee Policies, International Business, and Elections

PIE Mentor: Carolyn Qualm

PIE Mentor: Timothy Cunning

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Christine Dang Matthew Piwdee D15E Lt.G

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Rebecca Gasper Lt.g Vy Nguyen

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Keith Cachola D27S Lt.G D28E Lt.G

Alex Hin Bethany Girma

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Have a slice of pie! The Policy, International Business, and Elections Committee works throughout the year to revise and update district policies and bylaws, handles elections during DCON, and strives to keep members educated on these focuses.

Why is PIE important? CNH guidelines apply to all members. Therefore, keeping these guidelines updated and making sure members stay informed and educated is a critical task for the district.Â

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What is “bee Clean CNH!”? “BEE Clean CNH!” is a district-wide service project that’s focused on serving our home, the Earth. Outgoing and passionate volunteers are needed now more than ever to protect our environment. Getting involved with the Governor’s Project is as easy as cleaning up a beach, teaching your community how to be eco-friendly, or hosting a recycling drive, but it doesn’t stop there! Be creative in coming up with new service projects that’ll bring your club or division to new heights. The possibilities are endless CNH!

Service Tip With the official approval of the CNH District Board, our new Governor’s Project is “BEE Clean CNH”! This means that whenever a club performs service towards helping the environment, they may check off the box under the column that says “Governor’s Project/Focus”. If you have any questions please contact cnhkc.sp@gmail.com

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Spotlight on Service Program MAY FOCUS: PROJECT ELIMINATE

END OF THE YEAR SOCIAL Lawrence Gerald Guittap Farrington High School D22H | R18

“Instead of having members just read pieces of paper with information about Project Eliminate, our officers came up with the idea to put the paper inside of balloons, which would later be blown up. We thought that by having members slowly pop the balloons for them to read the papers and adding suspense, they would be more interested in learning about Project Eliminate. During our planning, it was decided that once the members read the information, three officers would summarize it and provide a deep insight as to what the information means. Additionally, we came up with the idea to encourage shy members who came to the event to volunteer to pop the balloons and read the information aloud. We had this idea in mind because with the entire aspect of educating others about Project Eliminate, we wanted to add another aspect that dealt with the core value of character building since members would approach a higher level of self-esteem and confidence through risk-taking by speaking in front of a large audience. The club learned that numerous mothers and children are injured daily because of Maternal Neonatal Tetanus (MNT). Because of this event, members not only gain an insight as to what Project Eliminate was and how they are able to be a part of it by participating in fundraising activities, but they also gained a sense of belonging.�

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SHIELA MAE VALERIO | DIVISION 42 WEST | REGION 10 “Our club was asked to volunteer at the Kiwanis Show by our Kiwanis Advisor, so we sent out reminders to all members to sign up on the sign up genius form. At the event, Key Clubbers, helped with microphones, stage makeup, and the cafe. In return, we had a tip jar that had Project Eliminate pictures and description so people had the option to donate. This project impacted our club because it caused a lot of members who had very few hours to get a chance to log hours. It was very successful because we raised a lot of money for Project Eliminate and had volunteers for every show and most rehearsals.” ISABELLA MATTIOLI | DIVISION 34 NORTH | REGION “Our event was held from May 15 to May 19. However, in order to execute a successful fundraiser, Channel Island’s Key Club planned out the most effective way to raise money for the Eliminate Project a month before. Thus, we decided to collect money through mason donation jars, make flyers for the student body, and promote MNT through our school’s live broadcasting system. But the best part was that if students donated money into the jars they were given a cute slip to stick on the donation wall we set up to promote MNT. Not only did this reach out to key clubbers, but this event involved people around our school as well. We hope to continue to plan impactful and educational projects like this. We were able to raise $210.43 this year, but we will strive to work harder and plan other fundraisers such as dine ins.” ALEX JO | DIVISION 3 NORTH | REGION 7 “We decided to combine the fundraiser with a popular icebreaker called “Soulmate”. The goal of this was to not only raise funds for this amazing cause, but also to educate members about it in a way that would be meaningful to them. Setting up the icebreaker was simple; the fundraiser was held at a park, and the only necessary supplies were lemons. Before the game started, I explained the Eliminate Project and MNT to the members I serve, and explained how far Key Club has come in eliminating it around the world. For many attendees, this was their first time hearing about the project, therefore education was important. Following the education, lemons were sold for $2; those interested in being “it” to find their soulmate had to buy a lemon, eat one half, and give the other half to their soulmate. Through this fundraiser, we were able to raise funds for the Eliminate Project (with a generous donation from a Kiwanian), while also promoting the cause in a fun and interactive way. This project was a fun and memorable way to fundraise. All of the members who participated had a great time and they were all excited to find their soulmates! Many of the officers now know what Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus is and they are inspired to find new ways to fundraise and eliminate it. In the future, I would like to repeat this project, and advertise it to a greater extent. Though we had around 20 participants, only a few brought money to contribute, so next time it’s important that we emphasize the fundraising contribution.

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HOW TO SUBMIT TO THE SPOTLIGHT ON SERVICE PROGRAM

STEP 1: Head to the CNH CyberKey at cnhkeyclub.org, and scroll to the “Projects” tab. Click on the page titled “Spotlight on Service Program”.

STEP 2: Scroll down to where it says “Spotlight on Service Submission Form” box and click the link.

STEP 3: Fill out the form for the proper monthly focus. The form will ask you a series of questions including: your region & division numbers, club name, your name, position, email address, project name, date of project, project description, and more.

STEP 4: Email pictures from the event to cnhkc.sp@gmail.com. Please title your email “Spotlight on Service Pictures | Project Name”.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What is the Spotlight on Service Program? The Spotlight on Service Program (SOSP) is headed by the CNH Service Projects Committee to recognize the service that CNH Key Clubs perform, as well as to help clubs find or create service projects and fundraisers. Each month a new focus is released that puts attention on Key Club International’s Major Emphasis, “Children: Their Future, Our Focus”.

When are SOSP Submissions due? Submissions to the Spotlight on Service Program are due by the 5th of each month at 6PM PDT. Pictures must also be sent in by this time. Please be proactive with these submissions and don’t wait till the last minute!

Why should I submit to the Spotlight on Service Program? The Service Projects Committee picks at least one submission per month to be recognized in the CNH District Newsletter, “The Buzz”, and on the CNH Social Media accounts! This highly coveted honor gives clubs the opportunity to inspire the 40,000+ members of the CNH District to get out there and serve their homes, schools, and communities.

Where can I find the SOSP monthly themes? The SOSP Monthly Theme Infographic can be found on the CyberKey. Just go to the “Spotlight on Service Program” page under the “Projects” tab.

What if I need help finding service events or fundraisers that correlate with the theme? In addition to featuring clubs throughout CNH, the Service Projects Committee releases monthly guides through the Spotlight on Service Program that contain details on planning events that promote the month’s theme. These can also be found on the “Spotlight on Service Program” page on the CyberKey or in the “CNH Presidents”, “CNH Vice Presidents”, and “CNH Projects” reflector groups. To join these reflectors, please go on the Cyberkey.

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What Is Key Club? Key Club is the oldest and largest ser-­ vice program for high school students. As an international student-­led pro-­ gram, Key Club provides opportunities for leadership, character building, and service.

Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in about 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 37 countries!

YOU ARE HERE

The core values of Key Club Interna-­ tional are leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness!

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Our motto is, caring -­ our way of life!

CNH | KEY CLUB Communications and Marketing Committee


Cali-­Nev-­Ha District Buzz, Buzz! Welcome to the Hive, We are the CNH Bees!

Levels of Key Club Member > Club > Division > Region > District > International *With Key Club as the largest service program, you’ll be representing a mission to serve and lead as someone from the other side of the world! *Members are the building blocks of Key Club. They are the single most important aspect that makes up Key Club International.

Benefits of Key Club 1. Develop healthy students. As Key Club members learn that they can influence real social challenges, problems and needs, they become more effective and confident. Improve academic achievement. Statistics show that students who devote time to serving others perform better in school. 2. Encourage service learning. Key Club is an opportunity for service learning that can comple-­ ment or supplement programs at your school. Build leaders. As they step up to take part in service projects, social activities and club functions, Key Club members develop strong leadership skills. 3. Increase visibility. Getting connected with a Key Club and the sponsoring Kiwanis club can help enhance your reputation in the community. 4. Enhance school culture. Service projects that engage students can also improve your school’s physical environment.

The Bees The bee symbolizes community, brightness and personal power. Therefore, we are the CNH bees because together, we create unity, a safe place, and an ohana for everyone regardless of gender, race, or color. Similarly to bees, we take pride in numbers because one person can only achieve so much but together, everything is possible. Key Club not only provides its members with hours and statistics, but also a home and a community one can turn to. Join Key Club, because you can BEE the change YOU wish to see in the world!

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SafeKEY

Keeping you safe online!

WHAT IS IT? Technology SafeKEY is a program created for the CNH District that educates students and equips them with the tools to understand the effects of technolo-­ gy, protect themselves from harm, and have a brighter future. Due to growing reliance on technology, It must be noted that harmful encoun-­ ters online DO occur – but they can be prevented if proper measures are taken.

ONLINE PROFILES IDENTITY PROTECTION In a world where we’re all connect-­ ed, how can you keep your personal life from harmful strangers? -­ Keep your social media on pri vate! -­ BEE smart about what you post WHAT’S OKAY TO POST? -­ Pictures or words that are about topics you’re comfort-­ able sharing with others. (e.g. family, pets, friends) -­ Items you are comfortable with people having access to save or print -­ Items that would not hurt those around you -­ Positive messages WHAT’S NOT OKAY? -­ Harmful items that can hurt those around you -­ Posts with the misuse of words that can mean something neg-­ ative -­ Posts with derogatory words or slang -­ Views on a topic that can cause harmful conflict

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CONSEQUENCES & REWARDS

CONSEQUENCES OF IMPROPER TECHNOLOGY USE -­ Losing friends and/or trust -­ Being removed from a team -­ Suspension or expulsion -­ Being followed or harassed by bullies or strangers -­ Getting rejected or rescinded from your dream college -­ Getting denied dream jobs

REWARDS OF STAYING SafeKEY -­ Gaining respect from friends and people of higher authority -­ Connecting with friends and family -­ Building credibility for jobs and college -­ Sharing positive memories with family and friends

TIP! Keep your profiles private, and BEE smart about what you post! Visit the cnhkeyclub.org for more information!

CNH | KEY CLUB Communications and Marketing Committee


CNH DISTRICT REFLECTOR GROUPS WHAT IS IT? Google reflectors are online/email based groups that you can sign up for using your gmail adress.

WHAT’S ITS PURPOSE? Allows you to.. -­ paricipate in online groups. -­ host discussions -­ ask questions directed towards a variety of Key Clubs from different backgrounds and experiences -­ discover ideas for and make plans

WHAT CAN YOU DO? 1. Join a Google Reflector Group! (Any e-­mail can join!) 2. Make your own google group as an officer for the club you serve

JOIN A DISTRICT REFLECTOR! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Go to the Cyber Key (cnhkeyclub.org) Resources > Reflector Groups Click on a link to a reflector group Reqeust to join Once approved, you’ll be part of a reflector!

FOLLOW DISTRICT SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: @calinevhakeyclub Instagram: @cnh_keyclub

YouTube: CNH Key Club Twitter: @CNHKeyClub

CNH | KEY CLUB Communications and Marketing Committee

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DIVISIONS 3 NORTH, 3 SOUTH, AND 16 SOUTH BANQUET

By: John Rivera, Division 3 South, Eagle Rock It’s a wrap. As of June 2nd, our LTGs Johann Park, Allyson Marquez, and Daniel Park have officially attended their last key club event. The inter-division joint banquet was held at Canyon Grille in Burbank where the venue had offered a fantastic mountain range view accented by the setting sun. The dinner was served with buffet style Mexican food. The event went off without a hitch and appropriately upheld the “City of Stars” theme based off of the successful film, LA LA LAND. Many tears were shed as farewell speeches were inevitably given out. As we celebrated the final awards and accomplishments of the 2016-2017 term, no words could express the sadness of another term ended, and the hope of another term started. To Johann, Allyson, and Daniel: Thank you for your service!

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ROCKET LAUNCH

By: Tiffany Lee, Division 13 North, Cerritos As the clock neared 8 AM, seventeen Cerritos Key Clubbers arrived at the Boeing Company Campus in Huntington Beach. It was the Eleventh Annual Rocket Launch, a collaboration between the Boeing Company and Discovery Cube. After changing into volunteering shirts, the Key Club volunteers headed to numerous shifts, some of which included build station and fill station. At the build station, Key Clubbers assisted children with building the rockets. The rocket consisted of a one-liter bottle, wings, cones, and parachute made from plastic bags and string. Each volunteer at this station helped the children attach the parts together to make a rocket. They first started by attaching the wings with tape to the plastic bottle, then built the cone for the top of the rocket. Volunteers also helped the children create the parachute, though they did find some difficulty since the plastic bags kept flying away in the wind. However, the volunteers and children were able to complete the rockets in the end. Furthermore, volunteers helped fill rockets with water before launching at the fill station. The children were able to decide how much water they wanted to add to the rockets before launching. Because there were prizes for the furthest launched rocket, everyone tried different amounts of water. One person was able to launch their rocket all the way to the parking lot. The volunteers were able to enjoy themselves until it ended at 2 PM. Although the Key Clubbers greatly enjoyed the food trucks at the Rocket Launch event, they expressed the most pleasure about being able to help children build and launch their rockets at each station.

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DIVISION 16 NORTH JUNE DCM

By: Alyssa Santos, Division 16 North, Canyon The Newhall Boys and Girls Club swarmed with activity and enthusiasm on June 11 during the June DCM. Starting the event off right, everyone shared names and their most desired super power as a short introduction. Next up was the first game of the day, one very similar to Ships and Sailors, where everyone gathers in the gym. When a certain number is called, you must get into a group with that many people. In a way, it helped everyone become acquaintances with fellow members while extending out an extra hand to those who needed a group. Next, a spirit battle took place to see who can best memorize and present this year’s cheer for the division. As groups, everyone was able to combine their energy and mold it into the passion we share for the club. The spirit battle helped us get out of our comfort zones and show just how crazy we can be. Even the eLEMONate activity helped bring ‘soul mates’ together! Though only two people came together in the end, those who stayed standing throughout the game get to find things they have in common with everyone else who is also standing! Yes, there was only one person being asked questions, but the whole gym was actually answering it. Without consciously realizing it, with every activity we participated in, we get to know our members better. The In-N-Out lunch and blanket-making festivity gave time for us to not only create stronger bonds, but to also help warm the hearts and bodies of others with the fleece blankets we made and donated. Even if the school year hasn’t started yet, D16N is ready for a fun-filled year as seen through year’s eventful June DCM and other future summer activities. D16N is back “and here to keep you shook.”

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A MONTH WITH KIWANIS AND SERVICE

By: Danayeat Abraha, Division 20/32, Montgomery This past month Montgomery High School has been very active with the Oakmont Kiwanis. In May we volunteered at the food bank with the Oakmont Kiwanis and had an amazing time. Together we packaged canned food and bread, making a difference in our community. In June, we not only volunteered to help serve drinks and sell raffle tickets at their annual Pancake Breakfast, but also made twelve baskets that were to be raffled off at the event. Past and incoming members had an amazing time socializing with the Kiwanians! Our club also volunteered at the Central Library to hand out free lunches to children 18 and under. It was an overall rewarding experience helping to set up for this event and hand out food to those who truly needed it. Our club officers held an officer bonding night too! We tie-dyed shirts, completed an obstacle course and a scavenger hunt. This is also where we made the raffle baskets for the pancake breakfast! In June we also worked alongside Windsor Key Club to volunteer at the Hot Air Balloon Show. We helped inflate the hot air balloons and take them down and it was an incredibly cool experience. Before school let out we also sold boba after school to raise money for ICON. We sold water bottles at graduation and made over $500 in profit for PTP! This past month we have truly grown as a club and look forward to many more experiences like this.

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OC MARATHON

By: Khrystal Claire Contreras, Division 30 South, Western Sunday, May 7, 2017 marked the date for the OC Marathon. It was an event where people volunteer to run, walk, or jog a marathon. They volunteer to help raise money for causes varying from autism to cystic fibrosis. The weather was not in a happy mood but did not bother the participants nor the volunteers. When we arrived, the people who were in charge of the event dropped us off at our station. It was scary at first because it was dark out. The rain started pouring on us, but instead of focusing on the negatives, it was nice to see another side of the world. We don’t usually see the early morning, when most of us are asleep. Despite the weather, the event went on. We cheered them on with our Key Club cheers and the runners were delighted from our support. Some cheers included “Go east. Go west. Running is the best,” “S-U-P-E-R, superstar is what you are,” “G-double O-D J-O-B. Good job! Good job!” “Keep, keep, keep it up. Keep that speed, keep it up.” In short, this event was really a nice way to enjoy nature and be outside. It helped us notice and enjoy the world around us while earning brownie points for volunteering. We were lending a helping hand for a great cause.

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VISION PARTNER: NICKELODEON 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 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.

SERVICE PARTNERS Key Club participates with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals by sponsoring fundraising events. Key Club members also participate in service projects at their local children’s hospital. For decades, Key Club has partnered with the March of Dimes 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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Division Recognition Hello members, officers, and advisors of the month! 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

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

Division

Club

Member

Officer

2

Albany

Matthew Ngor

Sarah Hartono

3 North

Verdugo Hills

Betsy Pedraza

Claire Chung

Mr. Lowe

Mr. Lowe

4 East

Tustin

Benjamin Distor

Jomar Gerodias

Madeline Lubin

Vince Cleveland

4 North

Bolsa Grande

Vivian Nguyen

Don Le

4 West

Segerstrom

Maria Saporito

Ashley Beltran

Mr. Jerald Debar

Thane McCready

Hiram Johnson

Deshauwn Mason

Karen Lee

Fam Saeteurn

Lisa Carroll

8

Armijo

Leianne Gavino

Juliana Tran

Kyle Saefong

Ema Mendiola-Bosse

10 North

Stern Mass

Hanna Von

Jeremy Law

Mr. Smith

Mr. Dorazio

11

Crawford

Sky Saxour

Jason Letargo

Margie Himes

12 East

Milpitas

Anura Vohra

Danielle Caparas

Lynne Murray

Julie Brahmst

12 South

Evergreen Valley

Ethan Soe

Kristina Le

Gabriel Roussere

Robin Hagan

12 West

Abraham Lincoln

Rebecca Dieker

Vivienne Nguyen

13 North

Cerritos

Allen Serrano

Angel de Santiago

Daniel Kim

Francisco Sandoval

Bill K’Burg

3 South

5 North 5 South 7 North 7 South

10 South

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Division

Club

Member

Officer

13 South

Sato Academy

Khelynn Nou

Alyssa Nou

14

Yuba City

Summer Vang

15 East

Eleanor Roosevelt

15 North

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

Jasmine Dhillon

Michelle Sakurada

Rhonda Cameron

Bryce Henry

Brandon Williams

Sara Reynolds

Lisa Calderon

Rancho Cucamonga

Amery Castro

Franchesca Ho

Mike Lindensmith

Barbara Rugeley

15 South

Chino

Bryson Tang

Gina Min

Wei Yeh

Ken Morse

16 East

Granada Hills

Yong Chea

Nusrat Rayham

Casey Hayes

Jim Lofdahl

16 North

West Ranch

A.J. Arigore

Jenifer Yi

Lesley Day

Jeannette Ross

16 South

Burbank

Lucine Karapetian

Alegria Cloma

Martin Collazos

David Justl

Redwood

Savannah Travis

Kenya Ochoa

Lizel Bettencourt

Crissy Libby

Hawthorne

Semee Liou

Nicole Cruz

Chelan Gabor

John Nichelson

Taylor Shin

Ms. Burris

Jackie Acosta

13 West

16 West 18 East 18 West 19 North 19 South

Torrance Community Alberto del Rosario

20/32

Windsor

Tanya Haro-Miranda

Alysaa Gaylot

Mark Mantoani

Stan Borges

21

Mira Mesa

Lauren Tu

Nga Tran

Valerie Crawford

Irene Cannon

22 Hikina

Iolani

Chelbi Juan

Lawrence Guittap

Violeta Romero

Grant Ito

22 Komohana

Damien

James Malabanan

Lauren Llantero

Amber Nakamura

Joshua Chang

22 Makai

Kealakehe

Tyler Trenten-Kuanoni

Deven Kimoto

Denise Asher

Kathy Shimizu

23

Spanish Springs

Jessica Plascencia

Micheala Bruns

DaraLee Milikan

Gary Benedetti

24

San Luis Obispo

Diane Martinez

Uriel Lopez

26 North

Deer Valley

Myles Peecher

Erin Peiker

Tina Edwards

26 South

Campolindo

Christopher Sohn

Kendra Hoang

Ashley Sheaff

Cindy Gin

27 North

Lodi

Brianna Hammond

Jasmine Louie

Jasmine Louie

Azuma Akbar

27 South

Tracy

Logan Le

Aliya de la Torre

Sarah Cardenas

Chuck Siffing

A-TECH

Kianna Rangunton

Troy Teodoro

Jennifer Schweikert

Josie MacHott

W. C. A. T.

Kaitlyn Prerost

Ryan Cervantez

Laura Shui

Raymond McKay

Chris Raders

28 East 28 North 28 South 28 West 29

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Division Recognition Division

Club

Member

Officer

30 North

Brea Olinda

Jennifer Hernandez

Alizah Gomez

Emily Baker

Yaret Castillas Smith

30 South

Savanna

Helen Tran

Jerry Castillo

James Gibson

Shirly McCracken

Jamie Lau

Zuriel Hernandez

Jason Balisteri

Gary Park

John Helfrich

31

Faculty Advisor Kiwanis Advisor

33 34 North

San Mateo

Dave Kim

Patrick Choi

Matthew Miskelly

34 South

Fremont

Julie Ngo

Alison Wu

Marie Thuillier

35 East

La Puente

Logan Tian

Alexa Magbitang

Yemina Arellanes

Mike Tanaka

35 West

Sierra Vista

Lawrence Luu

Valerie Manzano

Cheri Lee

Mahmood Bashir

36 East

Redlands Senior

Elaine Wijaya

Samantha Dobey

Nicole Karnes

Judy Miller

36 West

Jurupa Hills

Jessica Perez

Loraine Lopez

Julie Thouskane

Beth Duncan

37 North

Temecula Valley

Ryan Lam

Adelle Gutierrez

David Halikis

Carolyn Qualm

37 South

Canyon Crest

Maggie Basinger

Yasmin Khajenoori

37 West

Guajome Park

Sarah Kang

Gretchen Ferguson

Jill FrankAldrich

Frank Harper

Eastside

Lindsay Onofre

Michael Vallin

Felecia Gray

Richard Olmstead

41 North

Costa Mesa

Kaylen Suryajaya

Jeffrey Vu

41 South

San Clemente

Kaylie Bair

Evyn Elliot

Ms. Aubree Hale

Mr. Jame Burge

42 East

Thousand Oaks

Sarah Laufenberg

Erin Thompson

Ms. Hicks

Ms. Stapleford

42 West

Channel Islands

Karen Chavez

Lisset Ochoa

Armando Rico

43

Seaside

44 North

Lincoln

Paige Dunlap

Hannah Horenstein

Dale Eckenburg

John DeLury

44 South

Foothill

Chloe Cho

Sara Lander

Mr. Glaser

Rita Timewell

Grace Davis

Angela Hernandez

Marcos Alberto

Aracele Villapudua

Jan Jaeger

Banning

Allen Pahl

Saba Dilshad

Tamara Long

Diane Greenhouse

37 East

37 West 38 East 38 West 39

Kateleen Alcantara Cherrie Paghasian Nicholas Bourgeois

Charlie Wise

45 46 North 46 South 47

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July 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! Address

Division

Date

Time

Location

2

22

10:30 am

Alameda Crab Cove

3 North

24

4:00 pm

Crescenta Valley Park

4 East

15

10:00 am

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

4 North

15

10:00 am

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

4 West

15

10:00 am

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

7 North

N/A

N/A

NO DCM

7 South

22

12:00 pm

Elk Grove Park

8

22

10:00 am

Alameda Crab Cove

10 North

15

1:00 pm

McDonald Park

11

15

12:00 pm

Rohr Park

12 East

22

11:00 am

Cataldi Park

12 South

15

5:00 pmg

Stonegate Park

200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95121

12 West

24

1:00 pm

Manresa Beach

1445 San Andreas Rd, Watsonville, CA 95076

13 North

15

3:00 pm

Furman Park

1231 McKay Ave, Alameda, CA 94501 3901 Dunsmore Ave, La Crescenta, CA 91214

3 South

5 North 5 South NO DCM 9308 Elk Grove Florin Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624 1231 McKay Ave, Alameda, CA 94501 1000 Mountain Ave, Pasadena, CA 91104

10 South 4548 Sweetwater Rd, Bonita, CA 91902 2900 Cataldi Dr, San Jose, CA 95132

10419 Rives Ave, Downey, CA 90241

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July District Calendar Division

Date

Time

Location

13 South

24

12:00 pm

Somerset HS

9302 Laurel St, Bellflower, CA 90706

14

22

10:30 am

Hillcrest Park

900 McCall Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991

15 East

22

10:00 am

Harada Heritage Park

15 North

22

10:00 am

McCune Park

7450 Eastvale Pkwy, Eastvale, CA 92880

15 South

22

11:00 am

McCune Park

7450 Eastvale Pkwy, Eastvale, CA 92880

16 East

10

5:00 pm

GlowZone

16 North

15

1:00 pm

Boys and Girls Club

11251 Glenoaks Blvd, Pacoima, CA 91331

16 South

14

4:00 pm

Boys and Girls Club

11251 Glenoaks Blvd, Pacoima, CA 91331

1

3:00 pm

Plaza Park

19 North

22

12:00 am

Charles H. Wilson Park

2200 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA 90501

19 South

15

1:00 pm

Charles H. Wilson Park

2200 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA 90501

20/32

15

11:00 am

Lake Sonoma

21

8

9:00 am

Rady’s Children’s Hospital

22 Hikina

22

3:00 pm

Farrington HS

22 Komohana

22

11:30 am

Leilehua HS

1515 California Ave, Wahiawa, HI 96786

22 Makai

15

10:00 am

Waiakea HS

155 W Kawili St, Hilo, HI 96720

23

22

11:00 am University of Nevada, Reno

24

14

26 North

22

10:00 am

Alameda Crab Cove

1231 McKay Ave, Alameda, CA 94501

26 South

22

10:00 am

Alameda Crab Cove

1231 McKay Ave, Alameda, CA 94501

27 North

14

1:30 pm

Nelson Park

27 South

22

9:00 am

Bill Schwartz Park

28 East

N/A

N/A

NO DCM

NO DCM

28 North

N/A

N/A

NO DCM

NO DCM

N/A

N/A

NO DCM

NO DCM

Address

13 West

13099 65th St, Corona, CA 92880

6051 De Soto Ave, Woodland Hills, CA 91367

16 West 18 East

700 S Plaza St, Visalia, CA 93277

18 West

1:00 pm Atascadero Community Center

3333 Skaggs Spring Rd, Geyserville, CA 95441 3020 Children’s Way, San Diego, CA 92123

1564 N King St, Honolulu, HI 96817

1664 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89557 5599 Traffic Way, Atascadero, CA 93422

`3755 Bridlewood Cir, Stockton, CA 95219 1742 Peony Dr, Tracy, CA 95377

28 South 28 West

44


Division

Date

Time

Location

Address

30 North

15

1:00 pm

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

30 South

15

10:00 am

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

31

15

10:00 am

Harry Griffen Park

9550 Milden St, La Mesa, CA 91942

34 North

22

10:00 am

Ryder Court Park

1625 J Hart Clinton Dr, San Mateo, CA 94401

34 South

N/A

N/A

NO DCM

35 East

15

10:00 am

Del Norte Park

1500 W Rowland Ave, West Covina, CA 91748

35 West

15

11:00 am

Del Norte Park

1500 W Rowland Ave, West Covina, CA 91791

36 East

15

9:30 am

Fiesta Village

36 West

15

2:00 pm

Rialto City Park

37 East

22

10:00 am

Oceanside Beach

The Strand N, Oceanside, CA 92054

37 North

22

1:00 pm

Oceanside Beach

Oceanside Pier, Oceanside, CA 92054

37 South

8

9:00 am

Rady’s Children Hospital

22

12:30 am

Oceanside Pier

29

33

NO DCM

1405 E Washington St, Colton, CA 92324 130 E San Bernardino Ave, Rialto, CA 92376

3020 Children’s Way, San Diego, CA 92123

37 West 37 West

The Strand N, Oceanside, CA 92054

38 East 18

2:00 pm Sergeant Owen Memorial Park

41 North

15

1:00 pm

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

41 South

15

10:00 am

Huntington Beach

22355 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

42 East

15

1:00 pm

Conejo Creek North Park

42 West

22

2:00 pm

Arroyo Verde Park

5000 Foothill Rd, Ventura, CA 93003

43

15

1:30 pm

Via Paraiso Park

129 Vía Paraiso, Monterey, CA 93940

44 North

22

11:00 am

Ancil Hoffman Park

44 South

8

12:00 pm

Kiwanis Family House

10

6:00 pm

Beyer Park

3700 Beyer Park Dr, Modesto, CA 95355

22

10:00 am

Hemet HS

41701 Stetson Ave, Hemet, CA 92544

38 West

43063 10th St W, Lancaster, CA 93534

39

1379 E Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

6700 Tarshes Dr, Carmichael, CA 95608 2875 50th St, Sacramento, 95817

45 46 North 46 South 47

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CONTACT INFORMATION LEADERSHIP TEAM

Governor | Angelica

Division 37S d37s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Garcia

Division 37W d37w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

cnhkc.gov1718@gmail.com

Secretary | JiMin

Margarett Lee

Region Advisor | Tim Cunning cunningtim@cs.com

cnhkc.sec1718@gmail.com

Treasurer | Vivian

Division 37N d37n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Chu

REGION 3

cnhkc.trs1718@gmail.com

News Editor | Zoe Yao

Division 4E d4e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

cnhkc.dne@gmail.com

Technology Editor | Roland cnhkc.dte@gmail.com

del Mundo

Division 4N d4n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Division 4W d4w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Communications & Marketing Chair | Gaby Yonarta cnhkc.cm@gmail.com

Division 30N d30n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

District Convention Chair | Samantha Voong

Division 30S d30s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Kiwanis Family & Foundation Chair | Jesus

Division 41N d41n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com cnhkc.kff@gmail.com

Aguiniga

Member Recognition Chair | Charlotte Wood

Division 41S d41s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Member Relations Chair | Johnny

Chen

Region Advisor | Elaine epong119@aol.com

Policy Int’l & Elections Chair | Kai

Catarata

cnhkc.mr@gmail.com

cnhkc.mrs@gmail.com cnhkc.pie@gmail.com

Service Projects Chair | Alex

REGION 4

Division 36E d36e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Gatus

cnhkc.sp@gmail.com

DISTRICT COORDINATORS

Graphics Department Coordinator | Trinity Tran cnhkc.gd@gmail.com Key Leader Coordinator | Lindy cnhkc.keyleader@gmail.com

Chen

Pediatric Trauma Program Coordinator cnhkc.ptp@gmail.com

Eduardo Torres

ADMINISTRATORS

dgin.kiwanis@gmail.com

Gin

Assistant Administrator | Marshall

cnhadan@gmail.com

Assistant Administrator | Alan

alan@alanquon.com Special Assistant |

Roberson

Quon

Pete Ballew

pjb184@yahoo.com

Special Assistant | Marek

cnhkc.sa@gmail.com

bruce@cnhkiwanis.org

Region Advisor | Carolyn r04.advisor@gmail.com

Qualm

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 hlsantee@gmail.com

Santee

Region Advisor | Dick Olmstead spyder4@antelecom.net

REGION 6

LeBlanc

Service Leadership Programs | Bruce

Division 47 d47.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 28E d28e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Service Expo Coordinator cnhkc.serviceexpo@gmail.com

District Administrator | Doug

Nguyen

Division 36W d362.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

REGION 5

College Expo Coordinator cnhkc.collegeexpo@gmail.com

Sergeant-At-Arms Coordinator | cnhkc.saa@gmail.com

Pong

Hennings

REGION 1

Division 11 d11.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

McStroul

REGION 7

Division 31 d31.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 3N d03n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Geoff Tobias region1advisor@gmail.com

Division 3S d03s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

REGION 2

Division 21 d21.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 37E d37e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 16N d16n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 16S d16s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com


47 Division 16E d16w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Division 16W d16w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Region Advisor | Doug Ridnor dridnor@sbcglobal.net

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

REGION 8

Division 13N d13n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 13S d13s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 35W d35w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Patricia Cridland patriciacridland@aol.com

REGION 14

Division 13W d13w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 14 d14.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 19N d19n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 39 d39.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 19S d19s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Rhonda Cameron cnh.region14.kc@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

REGION 15 Division 20/32 d2032.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Tricia Shindledecker cnhkc.r15.advisor@gmail.com

REGION 16

Division 26N d26n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Division 26S d26s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Region Advisor | Victor Chan victor913@gmail.com

Division 27N d27n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

REGION 10

Division 27S d27s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 24 d24.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 44N d44n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 29 d29.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 44S d44s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Region Advisor | Tricia Shindledecker cnhkc.r15.advisor@gmail.com

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

REGION 11

REGION 17

Division 12E d12e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 12S d12s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 18E d18e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 12W d12w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 18W d18w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 34N d34n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 33 d33.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 34S d34s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Caroline Farris caroline.farris@gmail.com

Division 43 d43.cnhkc.ltg@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

Region Advisor | Jennifer jenbuelna@gmail.com

Buelna

Region Advisor | Jim Davis winfield5064@sbcglobal.net Region Advisor | Rachel Shanley rshanley.kiwanis@gmail.com

REGION 18

Division 46S d46s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Region Advisor | Caroline Farris caroline.farris@gmail.com

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

REGION 13

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

Division 15E d15e.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


The Buzz | July 2017 | CNH Key Club  

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