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03 Meet the PossibiliBEEs/From the Editor 04 Executive/International Messages 06 Committee Submissions
40 41 42 43 44 51 52 55 58
07 DCON Newsletter 08 Dress to Impress 09 Fall Rally 10 Inclusive vs. Exclusive 11 Key Club Acronyms 12 Key Club Week 13 PTP Week 14 CyberCorner 15 Effective Film in Photography 16 CNH Foundation 17 Financial Aid 101 18 Finding the Right College for You 19 Enhance College Applications 20 Prepare for Standardized Testing 21 Key Club Week 22 Calling All Key Leader Graduates 23 Key Leader Stories 24 Kiwanis One Day 25 Keeping Up With the Kiwanis 26 PTP Grants 27 Trick or Treat for UNICEF 28 International Programs 29 Youth Opportunities Fund 30 Spotlight on Service Program 32 Benefits of Community Service 33 Club Meeting Service Projects 34 District Monthly Recognition 35 Your Fall Rally Experience 36 Meet Your DB: Gaby Yonarta 37 Meet Your DB: Trinity Tran Nguyen 38 Spotlight On Education: Retention 39 DCON Workshop Host
Region 9 Ad Region 1 Ad Division 19 South Ad Division 28 North Ad Articles & Visuals Key Club Partners Division Recognition District Calendar Contact Information
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October is one of my favorite months the year; Fall Rally North, Halloween, and everal RTCs are taking place this month! Enjoy e spookiest month of the year and don’t rget to Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF! Although andy is delicious, service is even better. Talk your Lt. Governor or club president about ow you can help collect cans for the needy.
As we settle in to the 2017-2018 term nd school year, remember to stay on track nd focus on your goals! Don’t slow down or esitate – try to keep up the momentum you ained from the beginning of the school year.
Fall Rally is always a fun event to let ose and show your division spirit. However, eep in mind that it is the largest fundraiser for TP during the year. Stay on top of fundraising
Meet the PossibiliBEEs & From the Editor // 3
so that you can donate as much as possible to the Pediatric Trauma Program! Membership retention is a huge problem during the fall. After Fall Rally or RTC, attendance at division or club events tends to decrease. Combat this by having service and social events as frequently as possible so that members can stay active and involved within their home, school, and community. Enjoy the service and the ohana that you build! Thank you all for tuning in this month, and I will see you all in November! As always, don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.
Zoe Yao District News Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
// Executive Messages
from the district governor
The cooler weather, the warmer drinks, and the layered clothing marks the start of the fall season. In my opinion, this is my favorite season because this is when Key Club is the busiest!
First off, dues season is taking place right now! I’m sure Treasurer Vivian is going to mention it in her message, so I won’t go into detail on that. This season also has RTC and Fall Rally! By the time you read this, most of your RTC’s will have taken place. I hope you thoroughly enjoyed those and learned many new things that you didn’t know about Key Club prior to attending. Aside from that, Fall Rally is coming quickly (and I don’t know whether or not to be excited or anxious!). Start to raise money for PTP if you haven’t already. Reminder that our goal is $190,000 raised for the Pediatric Trauma Program by the end of the year. I want to raise one fourth of that money by the time Fall Rally comes. You can do it! I believe in you all. Continue doing great things for this wonderful organization.
Angelica Garcia District Governor email@example.com
hello cnh bees!
I hope school is treating you well! It truly is a busy time of the year with many school assignments and college apps due and with Training Conferences and Fall Rally from the being right around the corner. district I hope that you all took secretary advantage of the summer to get ahead on all your work and that these next few months will be a smooth sailing; even if you didn’t, I’m sure that you will be able to push through all the deadlines that you have in the upcoming months. Although the next few months may be overwhelming, please don’t forget to take care of yourself and leave some time for your friends and family! As it is still the beginning of the school year, you still have plenty of time to promote Key Club to people in your communities. Reach out to new members and invite them to a Key Club meeting! Just a friendly hello and a little push can go a long way. Who knows? You might inspire a future officer! Before I end this message, I would like to share a little quote with you that personally impacted me in these past few months. Confucius once said: ”Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” Although times may get tough, remember to pick yourself up and keep going. I’m sure that once you get up, you’ll keep going forward — like a chain reaction. As always, I am here if you ever need to talk! Thank you for hard work and service.
JiMin Margarett Lee District Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
International Update //
happy october, cnh!
Fall Rally season is finally here! I hope that you all are prepared for a month of service, spirit, and fundraising! Fall Rally is the district’s largest Pediatric Trauma Program from the fundraiser, so be sure to district promote it as such. Do you treasurer remember our district goal of $190,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program? Well, the fall season is a great time to go all out in fundraising! In addition, don’t be afraid to show your Key Club spirit at school and division pride at Fall Rally. Reach out to any and all new Key Clubbers at your school; one of our four core values is inclusiveness after all. I am beyond excited to experience my fourth and final Fall Rally North, and I hope that the Northern California bees share the same feelings! Be sure to say hi if you see me, I’d love to meet you all!
Aside from Fall Rally, another huge part of the fall season is dues! Club treasurers, ensure that you understand the dues submission process and that the club you serve is emphasizing the importance of paying dues. Starting today (October 1st) clubs can begin to submit dues. November 1st is the early-bird deadline, while December 1st is the regular deadline. Keep in mind that these are receive-by dates, so be proactive. To be early is to be on time! If you ever have any questions, refer to the dues manual or contact me at email@example.com anytime!
hello cnh key clubbers!
I can’t believe it—another month has passed! This has been an amazing month for International. The Membership Update Center [MUC] has opened again, applications for Breakthrough have launched, from the and the Key Club International international website has received a trustee fresh new makeover! I highly encourage you all to check out the new website, which is much more aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly.
Youth Opportunities Fund applications are due on October 15! Please encourage your clubs to submit grant proposals for service projects, where they could receive anywhere from $US100 to US$2000. Nickelodeon’s new HALO Movement is also a great way for clubs to receive service project grants. You can find more information on Y.O.F. or Nickelodeon’s HALO Movement in my last International update. In addition, encourage your clubs to submit a project in the new Key Club International Service Directory on the new KCI website! The service directory was created for clubs to gain access to new and innovative service projects, whether it be small-budgeted projects or large-scale projects. I highly encourage you all to check it out and find better ways to serve your communities! Breakthrough is a life-changing experience for members to discover ways in answering their call to lead, summoning their courage to engage, and discovering their heart to serve. Additionally, members will meet life-long friends and find new ways to better serve their home, school, and community. Applications are due October 15, and you can access the link in my last International update.
Thank you for all that you do! These upcoming months will be packed with college applications, school, Key Club, and other activities. Be sure to take care of your health as it comes before anything and everything else. Keep buzzin’, CNH!
Well, that’s all for this update! I am so proud of how hard you all have worked to better serve your divisions and the CNH District altogether. Keep making me proud, and keep on serving your homes, schools, and communities and leadership and service.
Vivian Chu District Treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Luke Gilmore International Trustee email@example.com
yours in friendship and service,
// District Board Submissions
DISTRICT BOARD SUBMISSIONS Contributions from your 20172018 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, Intâ€™l & Elections Kai Catarata Service Projects Alex Gatus
Graphics Dept. Coordinator Trinity Tran Nguyen
Key Leader Coordinator Lindy Chen Sergeant at Arms Coordinator
DRESS to IMPRESS The way you present yourself matters!
Pair your favorite Key Club/ Kiwanis shirt with a pair of comfy jeans or shorts! Match this outfit with comfortable shoes and be sure to represent your love for the K-Family at Key Club events, socials, or even at school!
You can wear this outfit at District Convention! In fact, the attire for Friday night and Sunday morning is Key Club Casual.
*Slacks and skirts! *Skirts must be of appropriate lengths (below your fingertips) *Dress shirts *Dress shoes *NO jeans * NO sandals
IMPORTANT REMINDERS Abiding by the dress code not only distinguishes you as an outstanding Key Clubber following the code of conduct, but allows you to prepare for future job, scholarship & college interviews!
BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL *Always dress up rather than dress down! *Business suits * NO sneakers, sandals, boots at formal events *NO jeans or mini skirts *Look clean and presentable!
Fall Rally Fundraise for the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP), meet new friends, and build new memories.
@ Discovery Flags Discovery Six Flags @ Six Kingdom Kingdom October October 21, 21, 2017 2017
10:00 AM - 12:00 AM
PRESALE - $34 ON-SITE - $38
@ @ Six Six Flags Flags Magic Magic Mountain Mountain November November 11, 11, 2017 2017 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM
PRESALE - $40 ON-SITE - $44
NOTE: Ensure that the 12 Member to 1 Chaperone Ratio is fulfilled
Key Club Casual with Spirit Gear
Ensure that your attire does not violate anything in the below section.
what to bring YES: spirit sticks, tutus, sashes, face paint, pom-poms, foam fingers, bandanas, hats, flags, SPIRIT! NO: thundersticks, other loud noise
makers, color powder, clothepins/buttons, balloons, large banners, hand clappers, bull horns, crazy glue, full body costume (covering faces), any small items hazardous to animals.
how to register
For access to all required forms, visit
http://www.cnhkeyclub.org/events/fall-rally - Tickets must be purchased in advance - For cash, a mail in form is due - FRN: October 13, 2017 - FRS: October 27, 2017 - Presale closes - FRN: October 18, 2017 - FRS: November 9, 2017 - Order forms are all online in the link above! For general members, please contact your Club President and Division Lieutenant Governor for specific prices (due to provided transportation) and for registration. Note: Keep in mind that mail order forms are due October 13 (FRN) or October 27 (FRS).
GO GO TO TO cnhkeyclub.org cnhkeyclub.org >> Events Events >> Fall Fall Rally Rally for for more more information! information!
is a Key Club CORE VALUE, but what exactly is it?
(adj.) welcoming/encouraging others to participate
(adj.) excluding/preventing others from participating
- Everyone is part of the bigger picture - Nobody is left out - Key Clubbers stick together! - Everyone is informed and updated
- People are not included & miss opportunities - Leads to conflicts, negativity, confusion - This is not Key Club!
- Invite new people to Key Club events - Open meetings - Utilize Google Reflectors and email - Comunicate with everyone! - Make a new friend! - Start a conversation with a stranger
- Holding meetings and events for certain people - Ignoring others at Key Club events - Games or activities where not everyone is allowed to participate
KEY CLUB ACRONYMS A glossary for frequently used acronyms!
1. Cali-Nev-Ha (CNH):
Whenever someone says CNH, they mean our home district, California-Nevada-Hawaii!
2. Division Council Meeting (DCM):
DCMs are monthly meetings where all the clubs in your division get together. They usually include a social or service event!
3. District Convention (DCON):
DCON is an annual, district-wide event held for Key Clubbers across CNH to celebrate the our accomplishments in the past service term & elect our new Executives (Governor, Secretary, Treasurer).
4. Lieutenant Governor (LTG):
Also known as the governing figure of all Presidents within a division! The LTG is responsible for clubs’ well-beings as well as serving as a liason between the district, region, and division.
5. Monthly Report Forms (MRF):
The document which club secretaries & LTGs fill out to record hours, events, and the growth of clubs as well as individual.
6. Fall Rally South/North (FRS/FRN):
Annually held in Six Flags (NorCal & SoCal) for Key Clubbers in each region to come together and celebrate the efforts and contributions that we’ve made towards PTP (see below).
7. Officer Training Conference (OTC):
A training conference geared towards region/division officers to prepare them for the incoming term.
8. Region Training Conference (RTC):
A region wide training conference which focuses on educating members about Key Club, service initiatives, leadership, and much more!
10. Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP):
One of CNH Key Club’s biggest goals and fundraiser! We promote awareness for PTP, also known as childchild hood injuries that may cause trauma. In order to protect youths, we fundraise for PTP and celebrate at FRS/FRN because of the lives we have saved!
key club week 2017 Key Club Week gives you the opportunity to show your community what Key Club is truly about: service. Each day places an emphasis on service, to promote Key Club within our homes, schools and communities and to make Key Club a household name. Each day has a different emphasis!
SHOW YOUR K!
KUDOS TO THE KEY PLAYERS!
DARE TO CARE!
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS!
CONNECT THE Ks!
Show people what Key Club is all about! Spread the word by wearing Key Club gear and publicizing Key Club Week in local stores, your school Web site, community newspapers— even on the radio.
Personally thank all the Key Club supporters you know—teachers, advisors and other Key players. Write thank-you notes, host an appreciation dinner or do something uniquely your own style to recognize the contributions of these special people.
Key Club has three preferred charities—UNICEF, March of Dimes and Children’s Miracle Network. Take time to focus on service projects that help support these causes such as making non-slip socks or capes for your local CMN hospital.
A smile goes a long way. Spread happiness throughout your school by doing little random acts of kindness such as leaving cards with inspirational messages on every students locker or just simply holding the door for someone else. Challenge every member to complete at least one random act of kindness.
Key Club is the largest high school service organization in the world and is a member of the Kiwanis family. Celebrate the entire family of Kiwanis by getting the whole gang involved. Connect with local Kiwanis, Circle K, Builders, Kiwanis Kids or Aktion clubs and team up for a joint service project.
As a united district of California-Nevada-Hawai'i Circle K, KIWIN'S Key Club, and Key Club, we have decided to join forces in order to raise the most awareness and funds in support for PTP during the week of October 9-13th, 2017. “The Pediatric Trauma Program was established by the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation in 1994 after recognizing the serious need for education and training in pediatric trauma and injury prevention. The purpose of the program is to develop local service projects to educate people of children’s safety to decrease the number of children who are severely injured or killed due to traumatic unintentional injuries. The Kiwanis Foundation is furthering the program’s mission by establishing partnerships with hospitals in the areas of Oakland, San Diego, Loma Linda, Madera, Honolulu, and Reno.”
make it known
work together Questions or concerns? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com!
Utilize the various resources available on the CyberKey for use during meetings, agendas, and presentations.
Agendas, Powerpoints, Meeting notes, Sign - Ins, and more!
(3"1)*$4 (3"1)*$4 45"/%"3%4 Ensure that you are following the CNH Graphics Standards Guidlines while using these materials.
EFFECTIVE FILMING THE BASICS OF VIDEO IN PUBLICITY & OUTREACH
You can combine both elements of photography and graphic design to create interesting content.
GENERAL TIPS - Create purposeful content. Don’t just slap together just anything and hope for the best. - In filming, focus on making a story or displaying a specific message. - Use video especially when publicizing or concluding big projects/events. - Put time into your visual media.
PLANNING Put time into planning! - Take these steps: - Brainstorming - Outline - Script/Storyboard
EXECUTING After planning, it’s time to execute your production. (Remember! Film is a job for more than one person). Make sure to... - Establish framing/shots with yourself and/or your model/actor - Understand it’s okay to tweak your Script/Storyboard - Put time into post-editing - Find music that suits the tone - Use text mostly for emphasizing specific words (Excluding text subtitles)-
MORE ABOUT EDITING Editing takes a lot of effort. It’s more than clipping several videos together. Art is a process!
OUTREACH Make use of your video after publishing; don’t let it just sit there! Outreach the video by... - (at the club level) Utilizing school announcements. Ask your associated student body/council if this is an option! - Publishing on an easy to share or view platform (e.g. Vimeo, YouTube) - Making it interactive/interesting (e.g. Call to Action) Visit the cnhkeyclub.org for more resources like this!
how do we use our PTP donations?
The CNH District has been working countless hours to provide our partner hospitals with the funds they need to enhance and grow their steps to prevent pediatric trauma. With each grant, hospitals are able to provide basic items and training to the patients and the staff.
Kapi’olani Children’s Hospital - $17,000, they have been able
to provide trauma and rehabilitation programs for their Brain Injury Program • Purchased rapid blood infusers, standing frames, TheraTogs for pediatric trauma patients. They are continuing to provide care to the state and the Pacific Region.
Loma Linda University Childrens Hospital - $20,000
provided children seats for families with infants & special needs children, these children needs seats that provides additional support. • They will provide 40 seats for families who would have had to pay over $500. Their Safety Kids programs has shown a light on the prevention of pediatric trauma in the Loma Linda Community.
Renown Children’s Hospital - $14,000 to help Pediatric Care After Resuscitation training • This training is given to nurses and surgeons to create a better approach to vulnerable pediatric patient population. Also has made steps to advancing their technologies for the children.
Valley Children’s Hospital - $21,089 was used to provide safety equipment across the Mandera community • Provide 250 car seats and 1,024 helmets for children around Mandera. Seat Check Saturday provides 100 seat safety check and free safety gear
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland - $16,500 for purchase/distribute for danger prevention for Childhood Injury Prevention Program. • Buy 30 cribs, 12 safety gates, 300 infant sleep sacks, and 80 helmets. Money will be used to revise the “Keeping Safe from Injury” booklet to provide parents with information about child safety
Rady Children’s Hospital - $12,500 built the idea of a Safety Store
for the hospital which provided families with equipment & knowledge to protect their loved ones • Covered the expenditures for the initial purchase of products, staff coordination, design and production of bilingual injury risk assessments, safety education materials for parents, as well as promotional materials.
101 WHAT IS FINANCIAL AID?
Financial aid is the money that the government, other organizations grant you, so you can engage in your career. The sources that financial aid stems from are the federal government, state governments, colleges/universities, private organizations like clubs, banks and lending companies.
FAFSA Upon completion of The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), students may gain access to government funds allocated to providing students with money for; loans, work study, grants, etc. Digitally filling out the free application requires around 30 minutes of time and a determined spirit. This application will need to be completed after each year of schooling by the deadline each school has set. The money granted is calculated by the school when making considerations based on the student's financial background.
WHY SHOULD I APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID?
The golden sides of financial aid are grants and scholarships. Grants come from both the state and federal governments, yet it is normally based on your family’s financial standpoint. Meanwhile, scholarships are given by the government, colleges and private organizations. Key club also awards scholarships to members that apply, and the selection is chosen based on the total amount of service hours. (application can be found on CNH CyberKey). There’s more to financial aid, loans can support you into your dream college, but you have to pay back the bank with interest. Although the interest might hold you back, the federal government does take this into account, so they offer low-interest loans to students with financial needs. If nothing else works then, there’s always a work-study program that offers part-time jobs to students to pay for their college tuition.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Buzz your way to a website (fafsa.gov).
Created Region College Expo Coordinators
Finding the Right College for You What To Keep In Mind When Choosing A College: Majors/Courses AvailableÂ Distance From Home Housing Financial Aid Internships, Jobs, Research Opportunities
Demographics Student:Teacher Ratio Study Abroad Opportunities Alumni Network Extracurricular Activities (Clubs, Greek Life, etc...)
Want to continue serving your home, school, and community throughout college?
Join Circle K!
ENHANCE COLLEGE APPLICATIONS 1
Work on applications daily. Create a calendar full of college tasks. Visit your schoolâ€™s college office and ask for upcoming events or workshops. Check your portals for news about colleges.
Take your time. Make rough drafts of your personal insight questions. Leave parts of the application you are unsure about blank and ask a counselor to clarify. Discipline yourself and do not procrastinate.
Set goals with friends. Visit college campuses and find inspiration from current students. Compete against yourself. Attend college fairs. Do not be complacent. Finish your senior year strong.
3 USE NUMBERS When describing any leadership skills, talents, awards, programs, school experiences, sports, etc, be specific. Do not use general terms. Quantitative details are more impressionable. For instance, if you have served a position for your home Key Club, mention how many students are in your club. Or, include how Key Club is spread throughout 38 countries. Numbers and other specific information are more memorable and will set you apart from other, more vague applicants.
2 EXTRACURRICULARS Colleges look for students that are not only involved in academics, but extracurriculars as well. Colleges like to see continued involvement in clubs and sports! Quality over quantity! Activities can range from church, school, summer programs, internships, paid jobs, shadowing opportunities, and more. Run for leadership positions in these activities. However, campaign for a role you are genuinely interested in. You want to give examples of what you learned from these roles, as well as specific examples of how you have contributed to the extracurricular.
INTEGRITY One of the biggest mistakes students make is misrepresenting themselves, but colleges see straight through this. Itâ€™s not about bee-ing yourself, but rather, bee-ing real. Do not hold back on mentioning experiences that are unique and special to you. Colleges examine thousands of applications and mentioning something that has deeply impacted your life will set you apart from others. Other applicants will try selling a better version of themselves, so the more true you are with identifying yourself, the more likely you will stick out in the crowd.
KEY LEADER LEADER GRADUATESGRADUATESKEY apply to become a student facilitator now!
Why you should return to Key Leader as a Student Facilitator:
TO LEAD. Lead an entire neighborhood of Key Leader attendees and strengthen your leadership skills through this process.
TO INSPIRE. Get inspired and inspire others and come back with new ideas to inspire your home, school, and community.
TO JOIN A NEW FAMILY. Meet old and new friends, and form relationships that will last for a lifetime.
It is $175 for student facilitators! Register now at:
KEY LEADER SUCCESS STORIES When I first got to Key Leader I wasn’t really sure what to expect because I only went because my Immediate Past was attending and asked me to go along with her. It was really awkward in the beginning because I knew absolutely NO ONE except for the Lt. Governors of my region at the time, and I felt bad for sticking to my Immediate Past so much. However, once we got into our “neighborhoods” and talked more with one another, I became more comfortable with people and even talk to a lot of them now! One of the most memorable things about my Key Leader experience is the rain. As it was in November, it was just pouring rain through out the three days but that’s what made it fun! Though the obstacle course was a bit slippery it is still my favorite thing from Key Leader. I hope to attend once again this year as a student facilitator and highly recommend others to attend if they do not plan on doing so already!!! -Leanne Bagood, D43 Lt. Governor
I have attended two different Key Leaders in Northern California as a Student Facilitator and I am proud to say Key Leader changed my life. By attending Key Leader, I was able to meet new people, and become closer with the ones I already knew. Along with that, I was able to learn about servant leadership and how to make smart goals. Through the lessons taught by the lead facilitator, I was able to become a better leader which happened because I utilized the things that were taught to me. My first Key Leader at Camp Jones Gulch in November 2016, encouraged me to reach and achieve my goals. By attending Key Leader, I created a support system with everyone in my neighborhood. Through everyone’s support, I felt motivated to run for D20/32 Lieutenant Governor and when I was elected, I was glad to see the support system I created during that one rainy weekend in November, was still there for me. So, if you have not attended a Key Leader, I recommend finding the next closest camp to you and attending to grow your knowledge on servant leadership, smart goals, and to create long-lasting friendships. -Annaleigh Nguyen, D20/32 Lt. Governor
PTP PTP GRANTS GRANTS What are they?
PTP GOAL: $190,000
YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES FUND The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) is an endowed fund for Key Club International. YOF grants help YOU take action! Identify the things that need to get done in your school, community, or world to make it a better place and apply for a grant! These grants are only given to Key Clubs and club members!
REQUESTED FUNDING The YOF committee will typically fund clubs that are asking for a portion of the total cost of the overall project. They also fund clubs that plan on working with other organizations to fund and complete the project.
APPLICATION REVIEWR Applications must be sent in through Reviewr, the YOF online grant application! Previous applications and printed paper applications mailed to Key Club International will not be accepted.
US $100 - US $2000
OCT. 15 KCI GUIDEBOOK
To access the application and additional information, visit this link here!
www.keyclub.org/yof Guidelines for submitting a YOF application may be found in the Key Club Guidebook under the Board Policies section.
back to school drive
Granada Hills Charter Key Club | D16E | Region 7
Granada Hills Charter Key Club recently put on a school supply drive on August 24th, 2017. It was as simple as setting up boxes in their advisorâ€™s room, then publicizing to the school that they would collecting supplies after school for an hour. Thanks to all of the donors, GHC Key Club was able to give over 270 items to the Los Angeles I Have A Dream Foundation, which provides academic support, college & career readiness, and emotional support to students in the LA Area. Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monterey Trail High School | D07S | Region 16
Welcome Tote Bags
Monterey Trail High School was awarded the Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) grant on January 12, 2017. The grant we were awarded through the fund all went towards the execution of our service project. We created a budget google sheet to keep track of where all the money was going towards. We held a donation drive on July 7, 2017 where members donated various items from the St. Johnâ€™s Women and Children shelter wishlist. Other items that we wanted to put in the tote bags were paid for by the fund. With the help of our club president, vice president and class representatives we held the service project on August 26, 2017. At the event members decorated the front of the tote bags and placed the donations evenly in the bags. We had 24 tote bags that were full with school supplies, blankets, snacks, etc. which we donated to the children of the service project.
Contact Info: email@example.com
division 10 South blue turtles | r13
book drive & Inspirational pencils
Every month, at our DCMs, the DLT and I always look for ways for people to get their hours by aligning a service project to the SOSP Theme. Since this month was Children’s Education, we had 2 services in one! One of them was a book drive where we collected and donated around 100 books to our local library. Also, we held a fun, interactive service event called “Inspirational Pencils” where we secured post-its onto number 2 pencils with inspirational quotes. These were distributed to schools to pass on to their teaches, peers, and especially freshmen.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org ‘Iolani Key Club | d22 Hikina | R18
Our club participated in this event in collaboration with other clubs from our division. The book drive was planned by the St. Louis High School Key Club and held on their campus. Members brought new and used books, all of which were donated to the local public library system! This project impacted our club, because we got to work together with other schools and meet new people from our division! The project was definitely a success, and many books were collected! The St. Louis Key Club did a wonderful job of organizing this event and bringing everyone together for the monthly DCM. Contact Info: Ssy1801@iolani.org division 04n goldfish | r03
The beginning of the school year is the time of a high school student’s life that can be seen as very intimidating. So, Division 4 East Key Club found it necessary to make high school survival kits for high school students. The packages had: pencils to help students be prepared for class, Smarties candy to give them energy, and words of encouragement to inspire them for the new school year. We would then distribute these during club rush to recruit new members. Although this event seemed small and insignificant compared to other division events, it made such an impact on the students. For next time, we’ll definitely get more school supplies to put into the packages. This service project should definitely be implemented throughout CNH.
Contact Info: email@example.com
F O T U O T S O M E E H T C N G E I R E P X MAKIN E Y L L A R L L A F R YOU WHAT IS FALL RALLY?
NORTH: 10/21 — Six Flags Discovery Kingdom SOUTH: 11/11— Six Flags Magic Mountain
Fally Rally is an annual District event where thousands of Key Clubbers gather to celebrate the midway point of the Key Club term and the progress made towards donating funds towards the Pediatric Trauma Program.
FALL RALLY BUCKET LIST — Meet new people from all over the District! — Grow out of your comfort zone and hug a “stranger” (new Key Clubber) — Battle another group with a spirit cheer — Try and win the Spirit Stick during your rally session! — #FRN2017 or #FRS2017 on all of your social media posts (IG, FB, TWITTER)
FUNDS DONATED (2016) —
.88 : $35,098
SPIRIT 101 Here are the most common Key Club cheers that you’re bound to hear at Fall Rally, meaning that you should try and memorize them!
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WHERE DO FUNDS GO? Funds are donated to the CNH Foundation’s efforts to the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). This funds for medical training, supplies, etc.
CNH KEY CLUB RAP
“From the east to the west, you know we are the best. We’re the District with the sting and that’s why we sing; We’re the BEEs, BUZZ BUZZ, we’re the BEEs, BUZZ BUZZ — it's all about the party, hardy CNH BEEs!”
“HOW DO YOU FEEL?” I feel good! Oh, I feel so good! Oh! I feel fine! All of the time! Abooga, abooga! Abooga, booga, booga! (Replace with “Abooga” with “Unga” if you are from Las Vegas)
SPIRIT BATTLES We got spirit, yes we do! We got spirit, how ‘bout you? SUPERSTAR S-U-P-E-R, superstar is what you are! (repeat 2x)
Meet Your DB: Communications and Marketing Chair
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What are your Goals this term?
What does CM Chair do?
â€œMy goal as CM Chair is to update all infoguides on the CyberKey, Graphics Standards, and Technology SafeKEY. The foundation of a strong district is communication, so I hope to reach out to as many members of CNH as possible!â€?
â€œAs Communications and Marketing Chair, I am in charge of the Committee of 7 LTGs and 4 Editors. I lead alongside of my favorite mentor, Mr. Chang. We are in charge of creating informational guides and marketing various District and International Programs. We promote these with social media, photos, videos, and various art designs.â€?
What is your Key Club Story? â€œI began my story as Club Historian, then received GDC, and finally, my senior year I am happily serving as CM Chair. My favorite memory was team bonding at Region 13â€™s RTC of 2014.â€?
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WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY
As a Workshop Presenter, you have the opportunity to both educate upcoming officers and send a message to your audience in a 40 minute time frame. This platform will allow you to share your personal experiences and advice for new skills and knowledge for hundreds of DCON attendees. If this is not your first time attending DCON, we ENCOURAGE that you apply to be a Workshop Presenter. Think back to an enjoyable workshop that you were able to attend and create a Key Club moment for the audience this upcoming term!
WHAT DO WE LOOK FOR IN PRESENTERS
• PASSIONATE for their workshop content • EAGER to share their experiences and perspective to many Key Clubbers • QUICK THINKING and PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS • PREPARED to create and present a workshop that follows one or more of the following training strands: - Leadership, Service, Kiwanis Family, Personal Growth, Technology and Media • Creativity, Original, Never-before-seen ideas
WHO CAN APPLY
Take the opportunity to invoke and inspire passion like these presenters from DCON 2017 — Anaheim!
• Anyone attending DCON 2018 in Reno, NV! - Key Clubbers, Advisors, Charities, Military, College Professors/Admissions Officers, more!
WHERE CAN I FIND THE APPLICATION
You can find the application on the CNH CyberKey under District Convention: cnhkeyclub.org > District Convention > Workshop Presenter Application
APPLICATION IS DUE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15th BEFORE 6 PM
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Division 28 North is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is home to the Phoenixes. Some interesting facts about the Division is that it, along with three other Divisions, hosts the biggest RTC, or Region Training Conference, in the whole entire world! Not to mention, it also plays a huge part in attending the biggest dance that supports Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network (or on the West Coast at least). Phoenixes are full of passion and are always ready to serve their communities to the fullest!
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Created by Key Clubbers, for Key Clubbers! pgs â€œSaint John of Godâ€™s Fiestaâ€? > Krezzia Basilio, D13S â€œRegion Training Conferenceâ€? > Rhesel Rivera, D22K â€œStuff the Busâ€? > Michelle Zhao, D12E pgs â€œFirst Meetingâ€? > Kylie Tang, D28S â€œMovie Nightsâ€? > Brittany Pangaliman, D12W pgs â€œLoâ€™ÄŤ Patch Community Work Dayâ€? > Czarina Lazo, D22H â€œD04N x D04W August DCMâ€? > Catlin Tran/Jun Ahn, D04W pg left column [top to bottom] D15E D20/32 D15N right column [top to bottom] D36W D04W
SAINT JOHN OF GODâ€™S FIESTA Krezzia Basilio, D13S, Gahr On Saturday, September 9, Gahr Key Club participated in the Saint John of Godâ€™s annual fies-ta. At the event, key clubbers helped out at the duck pond booth along with some other local volunteers. Members helped set up prizes, and ran the booth for about 4 hours. As people came by and participated in the duck pond booth, members also helped give out prizes. One key clubber even mentioned how seeing the looks on peopleâ€™s faces when they got the major prize was an amazing experience. By the end of the event, members enjoyed their free time by experiencing the fiesta with other key clubbers. Overall, members of Gahr Key Club had a fun time, while serving their local community.
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REGION TRAINING CONFERENCE Rhesel Rivera, D22K, Damien Memorial This year, Region 18 held their Disneythemed Region Training Conference at Iolani Schools. On the first day, there were workshops that focused on leadership skills, specific roles, and growth. All the students from the various Hawaiian islands of Region 18 were able to connect with one another through each workshop and gained knowledge about Key Club and their roles as members, officers, and leaders in their communities. On the second day, a coordinated fun-day fundraiser was made, with all proceeds going to PTP. The fun-filled day consisted of activities and concession stands selling shave ice, Mickey Mouse waffles, and popcorn. Collectively, they were able to raise money for the PTP while enjoying time together.
STUFF THE BUS Michelle Zhao, D12E, American Stuff the Bus was held by the Kiwanis Club of Fremont at our local Walmart on the August 19th, and it was a great success! The Kiwanis Club paired with the Fremont Unified School District to accept donations that will be distributed to students who are having a difficult time getting the school supplies they need. It was very heartwarming to see so many customers making donations towards those who might not be as privileged as others. Boxes quickly filled up with school supplies, and customers left with smiles and a satisfied feeling of having helped others!
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FIRST MEETING Kylie Tang, D28S, Southwest Career and Technical “I felt really welcomed at the first Key Club meeting and it gave me a good idea of what Key Club is all about. The chanting was more extreme than I thought it would be, but the competition we did with the screaming was really fun because we all were trying to win. I’m looking forward to competing and going to all of the events that Key Club participates in, and I hope to meet new people.”
MOVIE NIGHTS Brittany Pangaliman, D12W, Branham The month of August consisted of the second half of movie nights held at the Camden Community Center. On Friday, the 11th, volunteers from Branham Key Club came out to lend a hand to another component of the Kiwanis family, Cambrian Kiwanis Club. Since this movie night was the fifth of the summer, the experienced Key Clubbers knew the process. From getting ice in coolers from the kitchen to arranging the exact amount of tables and chairs needed, the setup flew by with no problem. Due to the fairly large supply of volunteers, concessions were not the only aspect of the event that had help, unlike past ones. In conjunction, a table for children where they colored themed pictures and created clay structures was available. Key Clubbers supervised the table as they listened to the creative stories behind the spirited children’s clay models, helped find the perfect shade to color Sing characters, and gave out trinkets. Once the movie began, cleanup occurred, which was quick and easy with the help of teamwork. Later on, when the snack shack’s canopy began to be disassembled, an issue prohibited the legs from contracting, but one volunteer’s quick thinking saved even more trouble. Throughout the summer, the series of movie nights were very enjoyable and an honor to serve fellow members of the community.
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LO’ Ī PATCH COMMUNITY WORK DAY Czarina Lazo, D22H, Farrington Every first Saturday of the month is a community work day at the Lo’ī Patch at University of Hawaii Mānoa, which Farrington Key Club participated on August 5, 2017. Volunteers at the Lo’ī Patch were divided into three groups. First thing everyone did was to gather and clean up the dried mango leaves on the ground. After our first task, our facilitator lead us to an empty patch where we stepped into the mud to fertilize it with the dried leaves. Then our facilitator took us to a tour where we learned a few words about the water system that sustains the lo’ī patch, such as auwai and kahawai, as well as how important taro plants are. Though it was a hot day and we got dirty, our efforts were paid off with local Hawaiian foods that was freshly made by the facilitators. We did not only got a taste of Hawaiian culture but we also how essential are the natural resources we have.
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D04N x D04W AUGUST DCM Catlin Tran, D04W, Huntington Beach At the August DCM, two divisions were brought together for a fun interclub social. We played Bingo and all of the proceeds went to PTP. The organizers had us do lots of icebreakers and we were able to meet new people. Vinh ended up having to eat a ghost pepper since we reached a certain number of attendants at this event. I hope we get to have fun like this in the upcoming socials!
Jun Ahn, D04W, Fountain Valley
The August DCM at the FV Recreational Center was a blast because we got to get closer with D04N. Playing bingo was a great way to have fun with the divisions and the Kahoot afterwards helped the members know more about the club. I look forward for more inter-division events like this one.
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Key Club Partners //
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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DIVISION RECOGNITION 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
Mr. Kevin Henry
Mr. Kevin Henry
Patricia van Voorst
Kiwanis Advisor Jack Rosano
5 North 5 South
Naheemah Azor Ms. Dolter
10 South 11
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Dr. Ken Tracht
Ed W. Clark
16 West 18 East 18 West
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Karina Del Rio
Rose Anne Mallari
Mr. Greg Kind
Jorge Gomez Ortega
33 34 North 34 South
38 East 38 West 39
District Calendar //
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 whatâ€™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!
Camp Jones Gulch
Crescenta Valley Park
3901 Dunsmore Ave, La Crescenta, CA 91214
Fountain Valley HS
17816 Bushard St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Fountain Valley HS
17816 Bushard St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Fountain Valley HS
17816 Bushard Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708t
Camp Jones Gulch
Camp Jones Gulch
11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
Camp Jones Gulch
11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
Address 11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
5 North 5 South 1 Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616 Meadowhaven Dr, Sacramento, CA 95828 11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020 275 S Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105
10 South 11
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Bellflower Kiwanis Hallt
Yuba City HS
Eleanor Roosevelt HS
Victoria Arbors Park
7429 Arbor Ln, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Chino Senior Center
13170 Central Ave, Chino, CA 91710
Van Nuys Elk Lodge
14440 Friar St Van Nuys, CA 91401 United States
Hermosa Kiwanis Hall
2515 Valley Dr, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Charles H Wilson Park
2200 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA 90501
Windsor United Methodist Church
3349 Brooks Rd. S, Windsor, CA 95492
10:00 am North Clairemont Recreation Center
4421 Bannock Ave, San Diego, CA 92117
563 Kamoku St. Honolulu, HI 96826
563 Kamoku St, Honolulu, HI 96826
University of Nevada
Camp Jones Gulch
11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
Camp Jones Gulch
11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
Michael Faklis Park
5250 Cosumnes Dr, Stockton, CA 95219
John C. Kimball HS
3200 Jaguar Run, Tracy, CA 95377
Las Vegas Academy
Address 8141 De Palma St, Downey, CA 90241 9302 Laurel St. Bellflower, CA 90706 200 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012 850 B St, Yuba City, CA 95991 7447 Scholar Way, Corona, CA 92880
27150 Bouquet Canyon Rd, Santa Clarita, CA 91350 321 E Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91502
16 West 18 East
4103 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia, CA 93277
556 Waianuenue Avenue, Hilo HI 96720
23 1664 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89557
400 Palo Verde Dr, Henderson, NV 89015 315 S 7th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 6665 Del Rey Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146 8200 W Tropical Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89149
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3000 S Rose St, Oxnard CA 93033
La Mirada Park
13701 Adelfa Dr, La Mirada, CA 90638
Fountain Valley HS
17816 Bushard St Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Harry Griffen Park
9550 Milden St, La Mesa, CA 91942
Camp Jones Gulch
11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
405 S Santa Anita Ave, Arcadia, CA 91006
Bryn Mawr Elementary School
11680 Whittier Ave, Loma Linda, CA 92354
Jurupa Hills HS
10700 Oleander Ave, Fontana, CA, 92337
San Marcos HS
1615 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos California
Murrieta Mesa HS
24801 Monroe Ave, Murrieta, CA 92562
9711 Oviedo Way, San Diego, CA 92129
Calavera Hills Park
Fountain Valley HS
17816 Bushard St, Fountain Valley, CA, 92708
Fountain Valley HS
17816 Bushard Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Rancho Madera Park
556 Lake Park Dr, Simi Valley, CA 93065
Mandalay Beach Park
N Harbor Blvd, Oxnard, CA 93036
Camp Jones Gulch
Whitney High School
701 Wildcat Blvd, Rocklin, CA 95765
700 Golf Links Dr, Folsom, CA 95630
3701 Pirrone Rd, Modesto, CA 95356
205 W Olive Ave, Merced, CA 95348
Skate Park and Swim Center
33 34 North 34 South 400 Pierre Rd, Walnut, CA 91789
2997 Glasgow Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92010
38 East 38 West
9292 Sheep Creek Rd, Phelan, CA 92371
11000 Pescadero Creek Rd, La Honda, CA 94020
405 S Pavilions Way, Palm Springs CA 92262
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leadership team Governor | Angelica
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News Editor | Zoe Yao
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Member Relations Chair | Johnny
Policy Intâ€™l & Elections Chair | Kai
Service Projects Chair | Alex
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