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2 // California-Nevada-Hawaii

welcome to the wonderful District of Key Club International

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Table of Contents // 3

SERVICE HOURS

introduction 03 04 05 06 07

// From the Editor // Executive Messages // International Message // Fall Rally // Region Training Conference

submissions

08 // District Board Submissions

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09 // CyberCorner 10 // DCON Update 12 // Visual Media Dept. Intro 14 // Graphics Dept. Intro 16 // Fundraising for PTP 18 // Preferred Charities 19 // Promoting Events 20 // Promotion of CyberKey Use 21 // Time Management 22 // Keeping Up With Kiwanis 23 // Key Leader Discounts 24 // CNH Partner Hospitals 25 // Fundrasing for PTP 26 // The Key to Balancing Your Schedule 27 // The Kiwanis Family House 28 // Why You Should Attend RTC 29 // CNH Pen Pals 30 // Spotlight on Education: RTC 31 // Meet Your DB: Johnny Chen 32 // Int’l VP, Trustee, and Club Bylaws 35 // Spotlight on Service 38 // BEE Green, BEE Clean 40 // SERVEtember 2017 41 // SERVEtember Bucket List 42 // Monthly Report Forms 43 // District Monthly Recognition

// Region 3 Ad // Region 1 Ad // Region 12 Ad // Division 13 North Flyer // Division 22 Hikina Flyer // Articles & Visuals

reference 55 56 59 62

// Key Club Partners // Division Recognition // District Calendar // Contact Information

220,418/1,300,000 as of August 31, 2017

a word from the news editor

hello cnh bees!

I hope the school year has been going smoothly for you all! The beginning of the year is an important time to establish good habits and good relationships for the remainder of the school year. The fall season is finally here, and Fall Rally and Region Training Conference are fast approaching! Speak with your Lt. Governor for more details about those events in your area. These two events are exciting opportunities to see the scope of Key Club and meet new people from all across CNH who share your same passion for service! The fall is also the busiest time of year, so stay in touch with your board to stay on top of things. Officers, this time is crucial for member recruitment. Be proactive with club meetings, DCMs, and club promotion to incoming freshmen and other students. Secretaries especially, be meticulous about your work with all the new members and dues so that District Secretary Margarett can accurately document the 2017-2018 term. Perform your duties, and your work will be rewarded at DCON 2018! Speaking of all these events, remember to fundraise! Fundraise throughout the year and with diverse events in order to establish a good amount to draw from when needed. Contact District Treasurer Vivian for more details regarding how to fundraise, ideas for events, and anything else you might need. Be sure to use your time wisely in the fall and prioritize accordingly, as things tend to accelerate in the winter. Above all, remember to take care of yourself and be mindful of your own health before anything else. Thanks for tuning in this month!

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

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4 // Executive Messages

a word from the district governor

what’s buzzin’ bees?

It pains me to say this but school is finally here nother year of multi le essays, season, and all ni hters after rocrastinatin home or On the bri ht side, club meetin s resume and the dues season has started u a ain no for me, antici ate school because of the ne and e citin feel of the start of a ne term our club officers ha e been or in dili ently to ma e this year better than the last i e them a hel in hand as e transition to this ne year or e am le, olunteer at your school s club rush and recruit as many ne ey lubbers as you can, es ecially underclassmen holdin the four core values of ey lub nternational is more im ortant than e er arin your dedication to this or ani ation ill be tested durin these ne t months ayin dues, stayin in ey lub e en after all ally, attendin ser ice e ents all of these are hat you should do and then some because you care about your community and ey lub nternational haracter buildin bein a leader in ey lub is one of the bi est ri ile es you are offered ctin li e a role model to those around you is crucial to bein a model ey lub leader and a re resentati e of this or ani ation eadershi hether you are behind the scenes lannin a ro ect or leadin the meetin , a leader can be found any here ery member of ey lub is a leader, and you are all bein re arded as the old standard of ey lub nternational nclusi eness one of my main oals to start accom lishin is a chan ed ima e of ey lub do not ant ey lub to be re ered as an sian only club or an e clusi e rou each out to all eo le of all bac rounds and a es y masterin these four core alues, this school year ill be an a esome one ou ll actually en oy oin to school because the ey lub here you re at is a elcomin , e citin , and ins irin one ood luc ith your year

Angelica Garcia District Governor cnhkc.gov1718@gmail.com

a word from the district secretary

hello cali-nev-ha!

or those of you ho ha e returned bac to school, ho e you all had a ood first ee bac or those ho still ha e a fe more days before school be ins, ho e you cherish e ery moment of your free time ith school bein bac in session, school or alon ith other res onsibilities and obli ations ill be in to ile u This is hy stron ly encoura e you to mana e your time isely in order to sa e time for your family, e tracurriculars, and school or Try not to et stressed out durin this transition eriod bac to school and lease be sure to lea e time for yourself ecause it is the be innin of a ne school year, it is the erfect time to start re arin for club rush to recruit ne members ns ire those around you to oin and sho them ho ama in and fun ey lub can be ou can do this by sim ly reachin out to a freshman or e en a ne student at school tart ma in osters to catch members attention reate si n u sheets to ha e ne members contact information t s ne er too early to start ettin ready for club rush and member recruitment ello seniors stron ly ur e all of you to not rocrastinate these fe months ith our busy schedules and colle e a lications, it is easy to fall behind and et o er helmed lease ma e sure to take care of yourself durin these fe stressful months and lan roacti ely ha e no doubt that all of you ill do a henomenal ob s al ays, feel free to contact me ith any uestions or ust to chat loo for ard to s ea in ith all of you soon

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

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International Update // 5

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a word from the district treasurer

buzz buzz, cnh!

er e tember mar s the be innin of the school year and ser ice Thou h our li es ill become busy ith school or and other e tracurricular acti ities, be sure to dedicate some of your free time to ser in your community The fall season is the rime time to recruit ne ey lubbers Ta e ad anta e of club rush fair, if your school hosts it, and romote the benefits of oinin this or ani ation f you ha e not done so already, lan ahead to determine ho the club you ser e ill find ser ice e ents and encoura e members to ay dues One of our district oals is 43,000 dues paid members This number may seem o er helmin no , but ith roacti e lannin , enthusiasm, and dedication, no that to ether e can achie e it n addition, be sure to ma e the most out of this year hether you re enterin your first year of hi h school or your last, it s im ortant that you li e each day to the fullest tri e to ro as a erson, student, friend, and leader emember that there is al ays room for im ro ement ush yourself to become the best ersion of yourself ossible ith er e tember here, the Membership Update Center will reopen around September 5th! Dues season is uic ly a roachin , so educate yourself and your board on dues collection and submission so you can ensure that the club you ser e submits dues on time ish you all an ama in school year or hard, ser e your communities, and ta e care of yoursel es ee you ne t month

Vivian Chu District Treasurer cnhkc.trs1718@gmail.com

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a word from the international trustee

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greetings cnh key clubbers

can hardly belie e it it has already been a month ha e lo ed ser in you all and can t ait to continue to better ser e our homes, schools, and communities to ether n case you ha en t seen, distributed my first nternational u date on the th of u ust throu h the oo le rou s email lease reach out to me if you ha e any uestions re ardin the u date s for international business, don t for et to encoura e your clubs to a ly for the Youth Opportunities Fund rant no o en throu h October 15! O is a reat ay for clubs to earn ser ice ro ect scholarshi s lications for the first round of ic elodeon s HALO Movement open e tember and run throu h ecember imilar to O , O is also a reat ay for clubs to earn scholarshi s for ser ice ro ects and e en otentially be featured on tele ision rea throu h a lications open September 11 on t for et to nominate a hard or in ey lubber for this onderful e erience hich ill ta e lace on anuary , in both iami, lorida and e Orleans, ouisiana thorou hly en oyed attendin the ummer oard eetin on uly in Ontario or those of you ho are not on the istrict oard, this board is or in e tremely hard to ma e sure this is a riffic year for alifornia e ada a aii and ey lub nternational as a hole dditionally, they are or in tirelessly to ma e the istrict on ention a success o ahead and mar it on your calendars you ill not ant to miss this year s alifornia e ada a aii ey lub istrict on ention on April 13-15, 2018 in eno, e ada That s all for this u date f you ha e any uestions, lease feel free to reach me ia any latforms found belo ee u the reat or , ou are sure ma in myself roud, as ell as ey lub nternational

Luke Gilmore International Trustee lukegilmore.kci@gmail.com

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6 // Fall Rally

GO TO cnhkeyclub.org > Events > Fall Rally for more information! Created by the Communications and Marketing Committee cnhkc.cm@gmail.com


Region Training Conference // 7

where is

REGION TRAINING CONFERENCE? explore the service safari

First off: WHAT IS REGION TRAINING CONFERENCE? Region Training Conference (RTC) is a Key Club event led by Lieutenant Governors from your home or multiple regions where you have the opportunity to attend educational workshops that focus on leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness, meet fellow Key Clubbers from all over the Region, and so much more. As one of the largest events of the year, you DEFINITELY do not want to miss out on an unforgettable experience! Created by the Member Relations Committee cnhkc.mrs@gmail.com


8 // District Board Submissions

DISTRICT BOARD SUBMISSIONS Contributions from your 2017-2018 District Board PossibiliBEEs.

your 2017-2018 leadership team District News Editor Zoe Yao District Tech Editor Roland del Mundo District Visual Media Editor Kelly Tran Communications & Marketing Gaby Yonarta District Convention Samantha Voong Kiwanis Family & Foundation Jesus Aguiniga Member Recognition Charlotte Wood

Member Relations Johnny Chen Policy, Int’l & Elections Kai Catarata Service Projects Alex Gatus

Graphics Dept. Coordinator Trinity Tran Nguyen Key Leader Coordinator Lindy Chen Sergeant-At-Arms Coordinator

Eduardo Torres

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MEET the VISUAL MEDIA DEPARTMENT TEAM DVME Kelly Tran

Oxford Academy | D30S What’s Poppin’? I’m your District Visual Media Editor for the 2017-2018 term. I am pleased to present to you the Visual Media Department Team. Check out all of these buzzin’ Bees!

Secretary Aaron Pina Valley HS | D28E Aloha CNH! My name is Aaron Piña. I'm a proud 28 East EAA, Valley HS IB student, and member of the Visual Media Department Team! I am so excited to create new videos, take new photos, and share the moments that we experience as Key Clubbers. I hope you all enjoy the hard work we are about to put in... Stay BEE-UTIFUL!

Jerry Calderon Golden Valley HS | D16N Hello fellow CNH bees, I am so delighted to work with each and everyone of you for the upcoming 2017-18 term! Our team will create amazing visuals to help you promote CNH and Key Club International events with your home club. I can not wait to go on this exciting journey with you!

Henry Chen

Durango HS | D28S Hi! My name is Henry Chen. I'm am of Chinese heritage, I'm currently 16 years old, and I love cats! I hope to bring Key Club International and CNH Key Club videography and photography that looks amazing and informational to its members!

Mentor Joshua Chang Region 18 Aloha CNH! I am excited to work with the new District Visual Media Department and the content these creators will make for CNH!

Gina Min

Chino Hills HS| D15S Hello CNH bees! My name's Gina Min and I have a passion for Key Club and making videos. I am a proud Korean and I love me some good Mexican food, anime, and hot cheetos (lime flavor OFC). I'd love to expand my horizons in video editing and creativity. Thank you all!

Kiana Hernandez Whitney HS | D30S Hello! My name is Kiana and I’m an incoming junior at Whitney High School, proudly serving as Whitney Key Club’s Historian/Tech Editor. My favorite things to do include bonding with family/friends, scrapbooking, and shopping. I love photogra phy as well and look forward to an amazing year!

Samantha Corro Eagle Rock HS | D3S

What's up Buzzin' Bees? My name is Samantha Corro and I am very excited to be serving the District Video Media Department. As a VMD member, I look forward to using my skills in videography to create a unique, educational, and informative platform for all of CNH!

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MEET the VMD Nathaniel Ortiz

Leo Tafoya

Castro Valley HS | D2

CAMS | D19N

Hey! My name is Nathanial Ortiz and I am Junior at Castro Valley High. I am so excited to be working on VMD this upcoming term to help create visuals for our district. A fun fact about me is that I love to sing and I attend almost all of my sponsoring Kiwanis’ meetings.

Hello and aloha CNH! I'm Leo Tafoya and I serve as CAMS Key Club President! As a junior, I probably spend more time watching Naruto than I do studying. I'm also really into taking pictures, editing them, and putting together videos of places I've been. As a team member I hope I can use my camera to spread news to key clubbers all over CNH!

Samantha Phan

Linda Tran

Piedmont Hills HS | D12E

Santa Susana HS | D42E

Hey! My name is Samantha Phan and I am more than excited to serve as part of the Visual Media Department! I'm from Piedmont Hills High School and proudly part of Division 12 East. I have had a love for Photography for years and I hope that I can use it to proj promote CNH Key Club and its projects and leave a positive impact!

Sophia Soriano CAMS | D19N Hello fellow CNH bees, I am so delighted to work with each and everyone of you for the upcoming 2017-18 term! Our team will create amazing visuals to help you promote CNH and Key Club International events with your home club. I can not wait to go on this exciting journey with you!

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Hello! My name is Linda Tran. I am an incoming sophomore at Santa Susana High School, which is a relatively young, yet renowned school for accelerated academics and the performing arts. As a part of the Visual Media Depart ment, I hope to work as a team and influence others.

Joyce Wu

Doughtery Valley HS | D26S Hi! My name is Joyce and I’m from Division 26 South. I’m beyond excited to work with the VMD team. In my free time I like to eat, sleep, draw, and take pictures of random things. As a member of the team this year, I hope to be able to help create digital media that will inform members and connect all Key Clubbers.

The Visual Media Department Team aims to provide education and support to the members through visual media including still photos, slideshows, and full video productions through the CyberKey and various approved social media that will assist in the promotion of District and International initiatives. Members of the Visual Media Department Team will aim to create effective productions to be shared on various platforms and to create a visual history and documentary of the CNH Key Club District for educational, promotional, marketing, and recruitment purposes.




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The usage of social media is a great way to reach out to members. Create pages on Facebook, post pictures on Instagram, share a hashtag on Twitter, upload promo videos on YouTube, send out emails on Google Groups, send text reminders on Remind, and other social media platforms to publicize events.

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As a service club, we want to appeal to potential members by presenting community service as an enjoyable activity. A photographer can take pictures at events and use the photos in flyers, articles, and social media platforms to promote your club.

DMVCNFFUJOHT The main objective of having a meeting is to inform members of upcoming events. Use this time to talk about old and new businesses. You can relay the information of upcoming events in person through word of mouth or passing out agendas with a list of service event dates. Use the meetings to get to know the members.


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Utilize the graphics and templates provided to make promotional materials, agendas, meeting minutes and more for your clubs and divisions.

CYBERKEY RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO YOU

cnhkeyclub.org/resources/graphic

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TIME MANAGEMENT SOME REMINDERS TO LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE

DEFINITION

Effectively using your time and prioritizing aspects of your life to act as a better, more professional leader/person.

GENERAL TIPS - Avoid procrastination by completing unpleasant tasks first. - Record your habits & find out what you’re using most of your time on - Social media, Netflix, etc. - Try to sacrifice time for other important tasks when possible. - Adapt to a positive routine by setting reminders or asking friends to help guide you, or even starting a bullet journal!

VISUALIZING

DEALING WITH STRESS

You can look at your priorities like a pyramid! - EXAMPLE (Top to Bottom): - Yourself - Family - Education - Key Club - etc.

If you don’t make an effort to manage stress early-on, it can lead to Depression, Anxiety Disorders, and even physical manifestations (like Chest Pain).

ORGANIZING You can try to... - Make To-Do Lists - Plan Proactively - Have a Calendar/Planner - Start your homework right away (Get a good idea of how and when you’ll finish parts of the assignment. - Clean your work space - Use folders to separate subjects/topics - Set Reminders on your phone

You can try to... - Address why you’re stressed (Remember not to do any of the following unless you have the time. If you don’t, ask a trusted individual for help!) - Meditate/do Breathing Exercises - Take regular breaks while you work or grab a snack! - Listen to upbeat/soothing music. - Talk to a trusted friend. - Read a book. - Go on a walk. Visit the cnhkeyclub.org for more resources like this!


Key Leader

What is Key Leader?

Key Leader is a 3-day weekend leadership development program for high school students (from ages 14-18). Within these 3 days, you’ll grow with fellow leaders in learning the five principles of service leadership — personal integrity, personal growth, respect, community building, and the pursuit of excellence.

Register for your camp at

www.key-leader.org

$35

get a discount by using these codes!

CNHKC1718

*available to the first 15 dues paid members per camp

CNHF1718

*available to the first 10 dues paid members per camp

Camp cedar glenglen Julian October 20-22

Camp Camp Jones Jones Gulch Gulch La Honda November 17-19

CNH District Key Leader Coordinator Lindy Chen | cnhkc.keyleader@gmail.com


the key to

BALANCING YOUR SCHEDULE tips 1.

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Prioritize yourself first before others

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Prioritize correctly

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Keep track of your schedule

Family → School → Key Club → Other Extracurriculars Use a to-do list, schedules, agenda/ calendar, or set reminders on your phone

• Commit to your responsibilities • Delegate when applicable • Make time to have fun and relax/take a break • Stay organized • Plan out your time/plan ahead • Minute by Minute/Time blocks • Set SMART goals

don’t

• Over commit • Procrastinate • Push yourself too hard or overwork


Kiwanis Family House

had no other option but to sleep in cars without access to bathrooms, bathing, and laundry facilities.

to provide for families of pediatric patients by providing a safe, clean, and comfortable environment.


September

Spotlight on Education Program

WHAT IS REGION TRAINING CONFERENCE/RTC? A region-wide event that gives the opportunity for members to learn more about Key Club through informative workshops and exciting activities. Whether it is your first time or not, you will leave meeting new friends and knowing how to be a more effective member and or leader. Expect to hear workshops relating but not limited to: Membership development, Service Projects, Fundraising, Recognition, Running for Office, Key Club 101, etc.

RTC VARIES ON EACH REGION. ASK YOUR LT. GOVERNOR! RTC VARIES ON EACH REGION. ASK YOUR LT. GOVERNOR!

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WHY SHOULD YOU GO?

EFFECTIVE PROMOTION

You will meet new people Increase your personal character Inspire future leaders Learn how Key Club impacts

Use emails/reflector groups, create a promotional video, announce it in meetings, and utilize social media (Facebook, Instagram, etc.)!

QUESTIONS? ATTEND THE WEBINAR! SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 AT 8:00 PM

Created by the MRS Committee Chair Johnny Chen | cnhkc.mrs@gmail.com


MEET YOUR DISTRICT BOARD — member relations chair johnny chen — [ castro valley| division 2 | region 9 ] THE MEMBER RELATIONS COMMITTEE As the Member Relations Chair, I coordinate the educational content that is released to the District. Here are some of my specific duties:

• Create and Revise Presentations for Region Training Conference • Organize the Education Matrix for District Convention 2018 — Reno • Promote a monthly educational focus through the Spotlight on • •

Education Program (SOEP) Supply support for member/officer relations Create opportunities for members all over the District to connect

MY KEY CLUB JOURNEY (SO FAR) This will be my fourth and final year in Key Club. In the past, I served as my home Club Editor, Kiwanis Family & Foundation Chair, and now as Member Relations Chair. As I shared in my fun facts, I have never been elected for any Key Club office. When I was a freshman, I was not elected for Club Vice President. When I was a sophomore, I was not elected for Division 2 Lieutenant Governor. When I was a junior, I was not elected District Governor. However through these experiences, my perspective of the impact that this organization creates has drastically changed in just three years.

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This term, I am looking forward to concluding my final year in Key Club. With events like Region Training Conference and District Convention up ahead, I hope that all of you will make the most out of the education the District freely offers you to improve your leadership skills. Be sure to pay close attention to projects that the Member Relations Committee are spearheading this term!

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I have never been elected for any Key Club office. II. I passed the AP World History exam during my sophomore year without taking the class. III. I love PowerPoint presentations.


Preserving Our Planet emily reale, arcadia key club (d35w) For a month prior to the event, I worked alongside D10N EA to exchange ideas on how to make an impact on both members and our local community. We focused on Amigos De Los Rios, an organization dedicated to improving park conditions for surrounding communities to live in a greener, healthier environment. Staff helped prepare the members with gloves and shovels to reintroduce native plants back into the park, a former quarry. They taught techniques on how to space the plants apart and ensure they were given adequate water to survive the dry, rocky ground. To speed up the process, members worked in teams, alternating between digging and moistening the soil. The 45 or so members who attended planted nearly 180 black sage plants in addition to some more challenging cacti. Once the dust cleared and the event ended, each member was given a "thank you" card for coming to the event and making the community a more beautiful place. They were also rewarded handmade necklaces for completing their bonding sheets, interacting with others they would never have spoken to otherwise.


Mt. Diablo 4th of July Celebration We were contacted by our LTG Lily Yau who informed us that there would be a fireworks show in our local community and that volunteers were needed. To execute this event, I delegated tasks to those who expressed interest in the event and set up a group chat for communication. Our club accumulated 25 hours, and the event was very memorable from the time it started, to after the event once the fireworks were complete. We look forward to participating in the event next year!

Ashley Dean, Concord Key Club (D26N)

Color War for PTP We expected around 50 members, so we planned to make around 75 packets of color powder to provide for the members. We went with the route of hand-making the color powder using corn starch and food coloring, and ended up saving at least $100 after the event occurred. The color powder was made and placed into separate plastic bags and recycled later on. Each bag was sold for $1 and all the funds went towards raising money for the Pediatric Trauma Program. 40+ members ended up showing up and they were all absolutely pleased with how this event turned out, and everyone had great, colorful fun!

Mehul Chowdarapu, D42E LTG

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D22H Water Games Upon looking at the Service Project Guide, one of the suggestions was to host a Club or Division Olympics. The Farrington Key Club board was inspired by this and we ended up creating our own very first “Division Water Games!” We live in Hawaii and it’s scorching hot here in the summer, so we thought it would be fun to have a “refreshing” event. We prepared games and relays such as Real Life Mario Kart, Hole in the Cup, Water Balloon Relay, Fill the Cups and Water Balloon Swap. Each game was infused with difficulty, teamwork, and most importantly fun! It was great to see members from our division work together.

Kyle Constantino, Farrington Key Club (D22H)

Dog Toy Making The goal of this project was to use old t-shirts and repurpose them into something more useful. The D44N Ninjas teamed up with the D7S Monsters to create dog toys for our local SPCA. Members who attended the DCM and Ninja-Monster Olympics were requested to bring Old t-shirts and scissors to be used for the service project following the event. Once it was time for the project to occur, D44N Service Projects Task Coordinator Alice led members from both Divisions in making the dog toys. They followed a simple step-by-step process, and by the end they had created over 30 dog toys!

Ryan Hardmeyer, D44N LTG

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BE GREEN, BEE CLEAN INTRODUCTION “BEE Clean CNH!” is the the 2017-2019 Governor’s Project, focusing on the environment. From cities to forests and beaches to deserts, our 3-state district has diverse landscapes that must be protected. Each quarter the Service Projects Committee will feature clubs that have performed service projects that fall in line with “BEE Clean CNH!”. Through service focused on bettering the environment around us, the CNH District will leave our 3-state home more beautiful and healthier than ever!

GETTING INVOLVED Want to get involved with the Governor’s Project? Just host any environment-related service event, make sure to take pictures, and mark it as a “Governor’s Project” in your club MRF! Feel free to email Service Projects Chair Alex Gatus at cnhkc.sp@gmail.com with pictures and a description of the event for a chance to be in the District Newsletter! Also, you can use the hashtag #BEECleanCNH on your pictures on social media to show off how your club is making our planet happier and healthier!

Use the hashtag

#BEECLEANCNH and you might see your club featured in the next District Newsletter!

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CLEANING OUR BEACHES WAVING HELLO TO A CLEANER OCEAN Being a district comprised of almost 4,500 miles of coastlines, more than 1,000 of those coastal miles coming from the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific, you know that the Cali-Nev-Ha District loves its beaches. However, the only way that could make our beaches better is if they are clean beaches! Each year, more than a million sea birds and mammals are killed as a result of ocean pollution. It has been estimated that 269,000 tons of trash float on the ocean surface, and that is just the tip of the iceberg. Scientists have estimated that there are 5.25 trillion pieces of garbage pollution our ocean, which is not surprising considering that there is a mass of trash the size of Texas that floats throughout the Pacific Ocean. Now more than ever, it is important that CNH Key Clubbers take a stand to keep our beaches clean and our oceans free from trash. In the first quarter of this term, multiple clubs held beach clean ups along the coasts of California and Hawaii. It is as simple as grabbing a few trash bags, gloves, and Key Club members and heading to the beach for a day of service and fun! You can even get more involved by researching ways to prevent ocean pollution, and creating an informative presentation for your school, local youth group/organization, or Kiwanis Club.

Division 13 South Ninja Beach Clean-Up

Division 30 South Western & Oxford Key Club Rise & Serve! Summer Social and Beach Clean

Division 42 West Beach Clean Up/ Bond Day hosted by Channel Islands Key Club

FUN FACT:

Over 20 division mascots in CNH are sea creatures!

MAKING A SPLASH!

By partnering with organizations like Ocean Conservancy, 11,656,141 volunteers have picked up 210,519,909 pounds of trash since 1985! Feel free to work with local organizations to make a SPLASH in your community.

Division 37 South Westview Key Club Beach Clean Up


SERVE-TEMBER 2017 WHAT IS SERVE-TEMBER? SERVE-tember is a brand new, month long initiative for the month of September that encourages service, recognizes members from all over CNH, promotes District goals and projects, and shows potential members what Key Club is all about!

HOW DO I GET INVOLVED? Getting involved with SERVE-tember is easy:

JUST DO SERVICE!

By serving your community and promoting service to those around you, you’ll be inspiring potential new members to begin their Key Club journey! Also, join our month-long social media campaign by posting pictures and a description of your service event using the hashtag:

#SERVEtember

Who knows? Maybe you’ll see your picture in next month’s issue of THE BUZZ!

BEE on the lookout for the SERVEtember bucket list for event and fundraiser ideas!


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Region 12 Key Club

Meet Region 12 Key Club Region Facts Region 12 Region Mascot: Clouds Region Divisions: D46N, D46S, D05N, and D05S Location: Central Valley Region Advisor: Carole Farris

Lt. Governors: •

D46N: Philip Gergis

D46S: Philip Gergis

D05N: Brittney Rodriguez

D05S: Ismael Vera

Division Facts Division 46 North: •

Mascot: Red Pandas

Colors: Maroon & Vegas Gold

Division 46 South: •

Mascot: Kangaroos

Colors: Navy Blue & Gold

Division 5 North: •

Mascot: Corgis

Colors: Gold & Black

Division 5 South: •

Mascot: Trojans

Colors: Silver, Blue, Black


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Our division’s mascot is the mano which means shark in Hawaiian! Living in Hawaii, we do a lot of outdoor projects like beach cleanups that involve cleaning up our beautiful island.


50 // Articles & Visuals

ARTICLES &VISUALS Created by Key Clubbers, for Key Clubbers!

Nikolai Apilado, WCTA, D28W

Wrangler Round Up was an amazing experience! At this event, incoming freshmen came to West Tech to get their schedules, visit clubs, and explore the campus. There were so many new bright faces who were enthusiastic about joining Key Club! Members worked very hard by talking to the freshmen and also doing a couple of cheers. By the end of the event, we were able to recruit over 50 new freshmen to our club. With such amazing smiles and love for volunteering, these new Key Clubbers will have a great impact on our club!

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Chrissy Rubio, Willow Glen, D12S

“Music in the Glen was possibly one of the most fun service events I have volunteered at. It is a really fun community event that I have gone to in the past. This event takes place almost every Thursday during summer and it allowed us to bond more with our board and club members, as well as our Kiwanis! We helped set-up and clean-up the event and serve different foods to the people there. It was a fun way to get a lot of hours!”

Sarah Kernal, Mayfair, D13S

On Saturday, August 5th, Division 13 South Ninjas volunteered at the Wet N’ Wild 5k, a marathon annually held in La Mirada, California. The purpose of the event was to support Strong Tower Ministries, an organization whose mission is to help feed, clothe, educate, and rescue destitute children living in California and Mexico. Ninjas assisted those who had arranged the event in such ways as setting up water stations, handing out water to runners, and picking up trash left behind by the marathoners.

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Articles & Visuals // 53 Ian Berndt, Marina, D04W

On July 17, D04W volunteered at our local city beach to help clean up the trash there. As we arrived, the company, Visit Huntington Beach, was set up with shirts to give out, water, trash bags, and extra sunscreen. One of the officers from Visit Huntington Beach explained to us how all this trash accumulated, as well as how we should go about picking it up. Recent bonfire parties, people spending time at the beach, and the extreme coastal winds, have all had a part in the accumulation of the trash. After our meeting, we got straight to work and started picking up as much trash as we could. We shared stories, laughs ... and trash, as we walked along the path soon encountering more volunteers and helping them. After about an hour and a half, we all met back at the company’s spot to see how much trash we collected. As a group, we collected about 60 pounds of trash! We didn’t expect such high of a number. Overall, this event was very successful. Visit Huntington Beach is doing this every Monday until the end of the summer, so if you are looking to volunteer, come on down and help them out!

Rachel Dang, Antelope, D44N

On July 16th members of Antelope Key Club joined the rest of D44N Ninjas in a joint division council meeting with the D7S Monsters at Ancil Hoffman Park. With the help of some games our two divisions broke the ice and grew more comfortable with each other. Afterwards each division held their own separate DCMs, during which Antelope Key Club presented our plans and volunteer events of the month. Then the two divisions rejoined for fresh pizza and the first ever Ninja-Monster Olympics, in total a great bonding experience!

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Key Club Partners // 55

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.

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.

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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56 // Division Recognition

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

Division

Club

Member

Officer

2

American Indian

Albert La

Crystal Huang

3 North

Crescenta Valley

Annika Park

Stephanie You

Elaine Harada

Elaine Harada

4 East

El Modena

Amy Corches

Ashley Nguyen

Glenna Buttery

Patricia van Voorst

4 North

La Quinta

Alan Nguyen

Ashley Ninh

Jamie

Katie Victoria

4 West

Marina

Kyle Bui

Matt Bui

Ms. Carbone

Thane McCready

7 North

West Campus

Brian Chung

Paloma DiMugno

John Perryman

John Brummer

7 South

Monterey Trail

Anthony Petrakovitz

Emily Chau

Pedro Jacinto

Monica Pompeii

8

Rodriguez

Eliza Tobias

Stephanie Lopez

10 North

Poly Tech

Aron Sou

Jeremy Law

Ms. Ramirez

Mr. Arnold

10 South

Montebello

Tiffany Yeung

Victoria Yip

11

Lincoln

Hillary Barrios

Avery Blas

12 East

San Jose Academy

Brandon Lam

Laura Savio

Westmont

Yunus Chang

Meenakshi Thummisi

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor Jack Rosano

3 South

5 North 5 South

Russ Williams

12 South 12 West

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Division Recognition // 57 Member

Division

Club

13 North

Angel de Santiago

13 South

Jordan

Chris Pu

Gerard Legaspi

13 West

King Drew

Jose Flores

Prejahle Williams

Wonhee Jung

14

Yuba City

Adrianelli Barboza

Maisie Stollard

Michelle Sakurada

Kristine Nguyen

Nick Eun

Gregg Sjoerdsma

15 East

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Alisha Chen

Kiwanis Advisor Ray Hamada

Rhonda Cameron

15 North

Alta Loma

Remy Mendoza

Charlene Sangalan

Elaine Skaggs

Mike Frayer

15 South

Montclair

Brian Nares

Ivan Hernandez

Claudia Sanchez

Cedric Elias

16 East

Northridge Academy

Emiliano Perez

Andrea Cortez

Casey Hayes

Jim Lofdahl

16 North

Golden Valley

Juliana Rivas

Kristen Kim

Scott Cooper

Laura Ridnor

16 South

Vaughn

Chris Aguirre

Darren Kim

Alma Nunez

Mr. Archer

Redwood

Summer Aqra

Zack Aqra

Sarah Elder

Richard Hineman

19 North

HMSA

Baylee Battle

Angela Magat

Wendylyn Yen

Bill Salfity

19 South

HTPA

Alexis Kimura

Klarivelle Mendoza

Taylor Dottie

Jackie Acosta

20/32

Piner High School

Candice Desbiens

Anahi Ruiz

Angela Sneed

Angela Sneed

21

Junipero Serra

Khang Diep

Elisa Brooks

Valerie Crawford

Irene Cannon

22 Hikina

Kalani

Sean Yim

Lynn Huynh

Garrett Nakamatsu

Ron Pineda

22 Komohana

Mililani

Erna Joy Villoso

Sofia Acosta

Amber Nakamura

Kay Tokunaga

22 Makai

Kapa’a

Selma Tausend

Kainalu Yoshida

Kainalu Yoshida

Doug Payne

23

North Valleys

Carlos Ramirez

Jacinda Tuttle

Enriquetta Mosaleh

Art Hakes

24

San Luis Obispo

Ryan Castillo

Nicole Strampe

Jennifer Bravo

Brent Wingett

26 North

Clayton Valley

Jake Zamora

Leo Chavarria

Argentina Luevano

David Specland

26 South

Dublin

Justin Tang

Jenny Mai

Ashley Sheaff

Cindy Gin

27 North

Middle College

Tiffany Thao

Jack Yu

Michelle Dueltgen

Benjamin Reddish

27 South

Weston Ranch

Harold Licas

Angelina Trinh

Luis Morias

Cheryl Steensma

28 East

Green Valley

Eri Leong

Alex Cabrera

Kate Dodge

Tanner Frigaardt

28 North

Rancho

Emilie Luong

Sami Villanueva

Jennifer Schweikert

Josie MacHott

28 South

Faith Lutheran

Ariel Nguyen

Mayann LandKamer

Melanie Bowline

28 West

Cheyenne

Hannah Hu

Jayden Curameng

Laura Shui

16 West 18 East 18 West

Raymond McKay

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58 // Division Recognition Division

Club

Member

Officer

Faculty Advisor

Kiwanis Advisor

29

Pioneer Valley

Anastacia Ruiz

Belen Zacarias

Patrick Sims

Dee Croft

30 North

La Habra

Andrew Li

Jennifer Yoo

David Kim

Terry Fillmore

30 South

Whitney

Joan Lee

Brandon Tran

Terrence Rollerson

Shirly McCracken

31

Granite Hills

Jesus Timby

Mirna Jabbo

Rebecca Skullerud

Bob Shultz. Ginger Aldrich

Westmoor

Queenie Lam

Frances Lin

Daniel Arzaga

Gerry Weiss

35 East

Nogales

Xean Nguyenla

Dana Zeidan

Kate Luu

Debbie Deal

35 West

West Covina

Jennifer Sanchez

William Trang

Cheri Lee

Mahmood Bashir

36 East

Citrus Valley

Josh Nicer

Samantha Dobey

Samantha Dobey

Laura Greene

36 West

Summit

Daniel Sanchez

Roma Bhojwani

Michael Periera

Dr. Doug Leo

37 East

La Costa Canyon

Kasra Pakravesh

Camille Luancing

Eric Brothers

Randy Ortleib

37 North

Great Oak

Ryan Lam

Holly Gimarino

Brianna McKiddy

Lynn Effinger

37 South

Westview

Arundati Nayyar

Ailan Hernandez

37 West

Fallbrook

Isabella Carlos

Benjamin Cemalovic

Paul Lopez

Relda Colvin

SOAR

Leyna Cooper

Mackenzie Fernandez

Joanie Haynes

Richard Olmstead

33 34 North 34 South

38 East 38 West 39 41 North

University

41 South

Trabuco Hills

Darryl Tayag

Eileen Zhu

Mr. Tim Garrity

Mr. John Schroeder

42 East

Newbury Park

KC Calamba

Nikki Razal

Todd Creason

Mary Martin

42 West

Santa Paula

Josh Barba

Jezrah Pagaduan

Armando Rico

Daniel Martinez

43

San Benito

Hoan Le

Rebeca Laguna

Karen Lidl

Jim Hart

44 North

Granite Bay

Gavin Healy

Emily West

Dana Dooley

Ted Smith

44 South

Foothill

Allison Weichert

Jessica Wong

Mrs. Delasse

Steve McIntire

46 North

Gregori

Mia Hargrave

Teresa Warda

Renuka Prakash

Brent Burnside

46 South

Livingston

Juan Perez

Tina Davis

Keaton Nguyen

45

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District Calendar // 59

SEPTEMBER 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!

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Division

Date

Time

Location

2

16

10:00 am

Marina Park

3 North

16

12:00 pm

Finn Park

4 East

3

1:00 pm

Mile Square Park

16801 Euclid St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

4 North

16

12:00 pm

Mile Square Park

16801 Euclid St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

4 West

23

1:00 pm

Fountain Valley Recreation Center

7 North

23

1:00 pm

Pleasant Grove HS

9531 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

7 South

23

1:00 pm

Pleasant Grove HS

9531 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

8

16

2:00 pm

Woodcreek Park

1470 Astoria Dr, Fairfield, CA 94534

10 North

16

1:00 pm

Villa Park

10 South

24

12:00 am

Almansor Park

11

30

11:30 am

Allied Gardens Park

12 East

9

10:00 am

Flickinger Park

23

5:00 pm

BASIS Independent Silicon Valley

Address 14001 Monarch Bay Dr, San Leandro, CA 94577 7747 Foothill Blvd, Sunland, CA 91402

3 South

17967 Bushard St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

5 North 5 South

363 E Villa St Pasadena, CA 91101 800 S Almansor St, Alhambra, CA 91801 5155 Greenbrier Ave, San Diego, CA 92120 1441 Tourney Dr, San Jose, CA 95131

12 South 12 West

1290 Parkmoor Ave, San Jose, CA 95126

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60 // District Calendar Division

Date

Time

Location

13 North

23

1:00 pm

Liberty Park

13 South

30

1:00 pm

Bellflower Kiwanis Hall

13 West

16

2:30 pm

Grand Park

14

22

5:00 pm

Stoney Gorge Reservoir

15 East

23

2:00 pm

Andulka Park

5201 Chicago Ave, Riverside, CA 92507

15 North

26

3:00 pm

Red Hill Park

7484 Vineyard Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

15 South

23

12:30 pm

Laser Quest

5479 Philadelphia St Chino, CA 91708

16 East

23

2:00 pm

Dearborn Park

16 North

9

1:00 pm

Arleta HS

16 South

2

1:00 pm

Burbank First United Methodist Church

19

9:30 am

Panera Bread

4103 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia, CA 93277

19 North

23

12:00 pm

Del Aire Park

12601 Isis Ave, Hawthorne, CA 90251

19 South

16

1:00 pm

Charles H. Wilson Park

2200 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA 90501

20/32

23

10:00 am

Cardinal Newman HS

50 Ursuline Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

21

16

9:00 am

Allied Gardens Recreation Center

22 Hikina

3

9:00 am

Iolani HS

563 Kamoku St, Honolulu, HI 96826

22 Komohana

3

9:00 am

Iolani HS

563 Kamoku St, Honolulu, HI 96826

22 Makai

3

9:00 am

Iolani HS

563 Kamoku Street, Honolulu HI 96826

23

16

10:30 am

UNR William Raggio Building

24

23

12:30 pm

Santa Rosa Park

26 North

23

11:00 am

Baldwin Park

26 South

16

2:00 pm

Osage Park

27 North

23

1:30 pm

Pleasant Grove HS

9531 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

27 South

23

1:00 pm

Pleasant Grove HS

9531 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, Ca 95624

28 East

19

5:00 pm

Silverado HS

28 North

13

5:00 pm

Rancho HS

1900 E Searles Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101

28 South

20

5:00 pm

Bonanza HS

6665 Del Rey Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146

28 West

12

5:00 pm

Cheyenne HS

Address 19211 Studebaker Rd, Cerritos, CA 90703 9302 Laurel St. Bellflower, CA 90706 200 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012 2551 Co. Rd, Elk Creek, CA 95939

17141 Nordhoff St, Northridge, CA 91325 14200 Van Nuys Blvd, Arleta, CA 91331 700 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA 91502

16 West 18 East 18 West

5155 Greenbrier Ave, San Diego, CA 92120

1664 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89557 Santa Rosa St, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 Parkside Cir, Concord, CA 94519 816 Brookside Dr, Danville, CA 94526

1650 Silver Hawk Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89123

3200 W Alexander Rd, North Las Vegas, NV 89032

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District Calendar // 61 Division

Date

Time

Location

29

25

4:00 pm

Abel Maldonado Center

30 North

16

1:00 pm

Buena Park HS

30 South

23

1:00 pm

Miles Square Park

16801 Euclid St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

31

30

11:00 am

Allied Gardens Recreation Center

5155 Greenbrier Ave, San Diego, CA 92120

23

10:00 am

South San Francisco Scavenger

35 East

26

9:00 am

John A. Rowland HS

35 West

23

11:00 am

Peck Conservation Park

36 East

30

10:00 am

First Baptist Church of Redlands

51 W Olive Ave, Redlands, CA 92373

36 West

30

9:30 am

First Baptist Church of Redlands

51 W Olive Ave, Redlands, CA 92373

37 East

16

10:00 am

Woodland Park

37 North

22

4:30 pm

Paloma Valley HS

37 South

16

2:00 pm

Ocean Air Recreation Center

37 West

16

2:00 pm

Pointsettia Park

16

5:30 pm

Quartz Hill HS

6040 W Ave L, Lancaster, CA 93536

41 North

16

1:30 pm

Bill Barber Park

4 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine CA 92606

41 South

2

2:00 pm

Costeau Park

42 East

30

11:30 am

Oxnard College

4000 S Rose Ave, Oxnard, CA 93033

42 West

30

10:30 am

Oxnard College

4000 S Rose Ave, Oxnard, CA 93033

43

10

12:00 pm

Seaside HS

44 North

23

1:00 pm

Pleasant Grove HS

9531 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

44 South

23

1:00 pm

Pleasant Grove HS

9531 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

46 North

11

6:00 pm

Enochs HS

3201 Sylvan Ave, Modesto, CA 95355

46 South

11

6:00 pm

Enochs HS

3201 Sylvan Ave, Modesto, CA 95355

Address 600 S. McCleland St. Santa Maria 8833 Academy Dr, Buena Park, CA 90621

33 34 North

500 E Jaime Court, SSF CA 94080

34 South 2000 Otterbein Ave, Rowland Heights, CA 91748 5401 Peck Rd, Arcadia, CA 91006

671 Woodland Parkway, San Marcos CA 92069 31375 Bradley Rd, Menifee, CA 92584 4770 Fairport Way, San Diego, CA 92130 6600 Hidden Valley Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92011

38 East 38 West 39

Velasquez Rd 25061, Laguna Hills, CA 92653

2200 Noche Buena St, Seaside, CA 93955

45

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62 // 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

Chu

cnhkc.trs1718@gmail.com

region 3

News Editor | Zoe Yao

cnhkc.dne@gmail.com

Technology Editor | Roland cnhkc.dte@gmail.com

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

del Mundo

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

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

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

District Convention Chair | Samantha Voong cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com

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

Aguiniga

Member Recognition Chair | Charlotte Wood cnhkc.mr@gmail.com

Member Relations Chair | Johnny

Chen

Policy Int’l & Elections Chair | Kai

Catarata

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

Service Projects Chair | Alex

Chen

College Expo Coordinator cnhkc.collegeexpo@gmail.com

Pediatric Trauma Program Coordinator cnhkc.ptp@gmail.com

District Administrator | Doug dgin.kiwanis@gmail.com

Eduardo Torres

cnhadan@gmail.com

Assistant Administrator | Alan

alan@alanquon.com

Roberson

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Pete Ballew

cnhkc.sa@gmail.com

LeBlanc

Service Leadership Programs | Bruce

bruce@cnhkiwanis.org

region 1

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

region 2

Nguyen

Division 36W d362.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 47 d47.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Region Advisor | Carolyn r04.advisor@gmail.com

Qualm

Division 28E d28e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 28N d28n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 28S d28s.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

pjb184@yahoo.com

Special Assistant | Marek

Pong

Division 28W d28w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Gin

Assistant Administrator | Marshall

Special Assistant |

Region Advisor | Elaine epong119@aol.com

region 5

Service Expo Coordinator cnhkc.serviceexpo@gmail.com

administrators

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

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

Graphics Department Coordinator | Trinity Tran cnhkc.gd@gmail.com

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

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

region 4

district coordinators Key Leader Coordinator | Lindy cnhkc.keyleader@gmail.com

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

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

Gatus

cnhkc.sp@gmail.com

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

Hennings

region 6

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

McStroul

region 7

Division 3N d03n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 3S d03s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

DIvision 21 d21.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

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

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

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

Division 16E d16e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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Contact Information // 63 Division 16W d16w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Region Advisor | Doug Ridnor dridnor@sbcglobal.net

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

region 8

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

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

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

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

Region Advisor | Patricia Cridland patriciacridland@aol.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

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 26S d26s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Region Advisor | Victor Chan victor913@gmail.com

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

region 10

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

Division 24 d24.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

Division 29 d29.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

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

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

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

region 11

Region Advisor | Rae Whitby-Brummer raewhitby@aol.com

region 17

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

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

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

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

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

Division 33 d33.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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

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

region 12

Division 34S d34s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 43 d43.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 5N d05n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Jennifer jenbuelna@gmail.com

Division 5S d05s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Jim Davis winfield5064@sbcglobal.net

Division 46N d46n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Region Advisor | Rachel Shanley rshanley.kiwanis@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

Buelna

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

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The Buzz | September 2017 | CNH Key Club  
The Buzz | September 2017 | CNH Key Club  

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

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