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The official newsletter of Division 15


Table of Contents Table of Contents

1

Swag Points

2

Spirit

6

District Announcements

9

Task Coordinators

11

OTC Review

12

Region 13 Picnic

13

Upcoming Events

14

Division Announcements

15

June DCM Minutes

16

Contact Information

18

DCON Logo Contest Flyer

19

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Swag Points - Introduction What are "Swag Points"? Swag Points are basically a point system used by Division 15 to determine which club in the division is going above and beyond regular club duties.

Why would I want them? At the end of the month all the points are tallied up and the winner is allowed to keep Jocelyn the Giraffe for one month to decorate! The club with the most points at the end of the year gets recognition at the end of the year banquet.

What can I get points for? Here's a list of some of the few ways your club can earn points: Early Bird MRF - 20 points On Time MRF - 10 points DCM attendance - 3 points (per person) Division Service Project / Event - 3 points (per person) *District Project / Service Partner Project - 15 points *PTP Project Fundraising - 20 points Kiwanis Meeting attendance - 5 points *Article Submission - 5 points (per extra article) *Visual Submission - 1 point (per extra visual) Summer Projects (Any Overall) - 5 points (per event) Task Coordinators - 5 points *Spirit item designs / cheers - 10 points Ice Breaker / Activities - will vary

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Swag Points Alta Loma Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Total – 20

Chino On-time MRF Submission – 10 Total – 10

Chino Hills Seven Attendees for May DCM – 21 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Five District Project/Major Emphasis Project – 75 Three Task Coordinators – 15 Total – 131

Claremont Two Attendees for May DCM – 6 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Total – 26

Colony On-time MRF Submission – 10 Total – 10

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Swag Points Don Lugo Three Attendees for May DCM – 9 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Two Task Coordinators – 10 Total – 39

Etiwanda Los Osos Fourteen Attendees for May DCM – 42 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Kiwanis Meeting Attendance – 5 Two Task Coordinators – 10 Total – 77

Montclair One Attendee for May DCM – 3 Total – 3

Ontario Five Attendees for May DCM – 15 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Total – 35

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Swag Points Pomona Four Attendees for May DCM – 12 On-time MRF Submission – 10 Total – 22

Rancho Eight Attendees for May DCM – 24 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Kiwanis Meeting Attendance – 5 Four Task Coordinators – 20 Total – 69

Ruben Ayala Two Attendees for May DCM – 6 Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 One Task Coordinator – 5 Total – 39

Upland Early Bird MRF Submission – 20 Total – 20

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Spirit Spirit Gear Hi D15! So far no club has been interested in designing: -Wristbands -Capes -Temporary Tattoos -Ears Designs for these items have been taken: Chino - Tails Upland - Tutus Rancho Cucamonga - Thunder sticks Claremont - Lanyards If your club would like to take the opportunity to create one of these items, please contact Jaguar at d15.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com! :D

Important Note! For the clubs interested in taking charge of a spirit item, for now, please just find a cheap and reliable company to order from. It would be appreciated to have a comparison of prices, pros, and cons between companies. Please DO NOT ORDER any since the leadership team and I have not figured out how to approach making a spirit pack from these several different companies. Hope this addresses most of your questions and confusion. - Jaguar

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Spirit D15 "HOT" Cheer

Cheers!

Hot H *pause* O - T We're hot, so hot D-1-5 cannot be stopped (repeat 4x and progressively get louder)

Crew Necks vs. Hoodies In other news, crew necks have been voted over hoodies this year. Since this is an entirely new concept, we're taking in designs for crewnecks up until Saturday, July 7 2012 @ 7:00PM.

Hey Giraffes? Do you want to win the spirit stick this Fall Rally? If so, we're taking any ideas *you* may have for new cheers! Feel free to include stomping or song lyrics to keep it memorable! (Hey, I just met you...)

Old Cheers We're giraffes, we're so fly, we have our heads up in the sky. G-I, G-I-R, G-I-R-A-F-F-E D-1-5, you know! Clap your hands, stomp your feet, move to the groove of the wild beat. D-1-5, D-1-5, D double D double D-1-5

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Spirit D15 Spirit Here's a little sneak-peak into what our Fall Rally task coordinators have already made! From what I've heard, there's gonna be tons of cool ideas... Explosions? Glitter? D15 Signs all across Six Flags? A Keyblade!?! Either way, mark your calendars for a spirit rally dedicated to D15.

New CNH Cheer! While we're on the subject of spirit and cheers, here's a new CNH cheer that was created at ICON 2011. You don't want no CNH, You don't want none, And if you want some CNH, Come and get some, And if you think you've got the juice, Watch, us, get, lose *stomp stomp* *clap* *clap* *stomp clap* *stomp stomp* *clap* *clap* *stomp clap* CNH *clap clap clap* Buzzing Bees *clap clap clap* What?

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District Announcements Introducing the 2012-2013 District Board!

From left to right: Rasmi Elasmar - District Technology Editor Lloyd Chen - District Secretary Alyssa Yocom - District Governor Cannon Joyce - District Treasurer Not shown: Peter Chor - District Convention Chair Jarren Santos - Member Relations Chair Keagan Sakai-Kawada - Member Recognition Chair Alex Hoffman - District Project Chair James Chen - Kiwanis Family Foundation Chair Linda Taing - Policy, International, and Elections Chair Mark Ubongen - District News Editor For more information, their email addresses are available on: http://cnhkeyclub.org/about/contacts/execs

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District Announcements Graphics Department Are you a super artsy designer? Do you happen to know a super artsy designer? Well, you can be a part of the CNH Graphics Department! Design cool visuals for use all across the CNH District and be featured in publications district-wide! For more information, contact Rasmi Elasmar at cnhkc.dte1213@gmail.com.

Key Leader If you don't know what Key Leader is, or if you're interested in participating in Key Leader this year, please take a look here for more information. http://www.key-leader.org/Home.aspx Remember, Key Leader is separate from Key Club so you'll be sure to meet tons of new people and have a great experience!

DCON 2013 Logo Contest & Theme Introducing the DCON 2013 theme: "A Million Waves of Service" If you're interested in designing the DCON 2013 Logo, please have your design sent in to cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com by July 8, 2012 @ 6PM! The flyer is attached on page 19

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Task Coordinators Say hello to our new task coordinators! - Thao Dao - Host Club Task Coordinator - Delaney Davey - Fundraising Coordinator - Jasmin Hong - Host Club Task Coordinator - Muhammad Islam - Host Club Task Coordinator & Spirit Coordinator - Timmy Jeng - Host Club Task Coordinator - Annie Ma - Fall Rally Spirit Task Coordinator - Shannen Maghanoy - Host Club Task Coordinator & Fall Rally Spirit Coordinator - Lauren Verdugo - Host Club Task Coordinator, Fall Rally Spirit Coordinator, Fundraising Coordinator - Joyce Xiong - DCM Coordinator

What are task coordinators and how can I be one? Task Coordinators are individuals who would like to step up and serve D15! If you have an idea for an event, or would like to help out in some specific way (e.g. finding locations for the next DCM, creating a new service/fundraising event, or forwarding information from the CNH District) then apply to be a task coordinator! If you have any more questions on the specific duties of a task coordinator, feel free to contact Jaguar, Amy or Fahrin for assistance :) To all of those who applied and were not selected, don't be discouraged and continue to apply for other coordinator positions. The year is just starting and we're going to need a lot more help to make it super successful! :D

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OTC Review

I can truly say that June 16th was a very memorable day in my life. Not only was it the first Training Conference I held, but it was also the first time I was able to unite with the division I serve in a spirit battle against 36W and 36E. I would like to say that Division 15 had completely dominated the OTC with over 54 attendees! I loved being able to finally meet all of the officers in person and I loved being able to represent the division as your Lieutenant Governor. I don’t think I could thank you guys enough for letting become your Lieutenant Governor. I hope that the experience was very enlightening and I hope that you will be able to use these skills for not only for Key Club, but also for other leadership opportunities as well. L-O-V-E! I LOVE DIVISION 15!! -Jaguar Jung

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Region 13 Picnic

On Saturday, June 23 Region 13 really stepped it up with their first region event of the year. Beginning at 11AM in Butterfield Park, members were assigned awkward tasks ranging from taking pictures with D35W's LtG Serwoo Lim to singing "Call me maybe" with a group of at least 5 people. The day was sprinkled with tons of activities: Key Club trivia, relay races, awkward ice breakers, water balloon fights, awkward turtles, tribal dancing and of course: spirit battles. Although D15 lost to D35E in the final round, D15 brought to the table something no other division had - a new cheer. For all those that came, I hope you had a great time meeting people from both the division and the region. For all those that missed it, turn the page.

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Upcoming Events Region 13 Beach Clean-up Having a nice summer? Well now's your chance to make it even better with this year's:

Introducing the second Region 13 event of the year, the Region 13 Beach Clean Up. The Beach Clean Up has become something of a tradition here in D15. If you've gone before, you know that there's a lot of crazy things going on: from people selling Spam Musubi to ice breakers involving *hundreds* of people. If you haven't, here's a chance to meet Key Clubbers from all across the region - D35E, D35W, D10N, and D10S. By the way, this is a great opportunity for a club fundraiser; just be sure to turn in the fundraising form *two* weeks before the event. :)

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Division Announcements Pomona Key Club & Upland Christian First of all, let’s all WELCOME POMONA KEY CLUB into our Giraffe family! Some of you may have seen some of their officers around division events, but if you haven’t, please welcome them with a big hug! Or even ask them how they feel! They have had an amazing start for just being chartered in the month of May. I’m sure that Pomona will become an amazing and strong club with their officers leading the way. I would like to also note that our division expecting ANOTHER club to join our family. Los Osos’ Division Chair, Brandon Swan has been taking a strong initiative to to charter a Key Club Upland-Christian Academy. Their prospective president is Cassidy Koo and she has already attended our OTC! Already being one step ahead, the SWAG points competition only seems to get more competitive as they go.

Spirit Cheers Now with 14 clubs currently in our Giraffe Family, our division has greater chance of winning that spirit stick at Fall Rally South! Throughout the summer, we will be having spirit battles and a spirit rally to prepare for the day we win that spirit stick! But wait, how are we going to win without any new cheers? That is where YOU and YOUR CLUB comes in. Our division is always searching for new cheers so if you happened to make a new cheer, we will be more than glad to hear it! I hope to see you all at the Region 13 Picnic and June DCM! Until then, the Division Leadership Team and I shall keep all of you updated through e-mails and the Division 15 group page! -Jaguar Jung-

Website If you haven't seen our new D15 website, take a look at it here: http://d15giraffes.webs.com/ :)

Articles and Visuals Hi everyone! I just wanted to let you know that all articles and event pictures could be sent to me to be featured in the next division newsletter! If you have any great shots of service or any inspiring stories, please send them to d15.newsed@gmail.com and I would love to include them in future editions! Hope to see you soon :) -Daniel Garcia

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June DCM Minutes June DCM June 23, 2012 12:36 PM: Jaguar calls the meeting to order Pledge 12:38 PM: Roll Call -Alta Loma -Chino (absent) -Chino Hills Recently had their Banquet and are currently focusing on fundraising for Relay for Life and volunteering at Concerts -Claremont (absent) -Colony (absent) -Don Lugo Are currently having board meetings to plan for the rest of the term. They are also planning a beach clean-up with their school’s environmental club. -Los Osos Are planning fundraisers and a lunch with Upland Christian -Montclair (absent) -Ontario Focusing on fundraisers -Pomona (absent) -Rancho Cucamonga Recently had their banquet and are planning to advertise the club to incoming freshmen -Ruben Ayala Fundraising for Relay for Life -Upland (absent) *There will be a meeting governor’s meeting tomorrow June 24th It is now open to everyone for $5 Old Business 12:43 PM: Crew Necks and shirts The deadline will be pushed to July 7th The poll for the shirts will be up as soon as all of the designs are in 12:46 PM: Spirit Gear and cheers We will have each school be in charge of one item in the spirit pack 12:48 PM: Each club is to have their president send in an e-mail regarding which item that club will be in charge of Keyblade Send in designs for a division keyblade for Fall Rally! 12:50 PM: Task Coordinators Task Coordinators are always welcome to be accepted! To apply send an e-mail including your name, school, grade, and position you would like to the LtG and EAs Jaguar will send job descriptions soon

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June DCM Minutes New Business 12:52PM: Region 13 Beach Clean-up It will be on July 21st We can do buses to make everything safer and more efficient We also need chaperones so make sure to ask advisors and parents 12:56 PM: Upland Christian Because it is a possible school to charter, the division will be at 15 clubs so there is a possibility of realignment If there are any tips you would like to give to the president of Upland Christian Key Club, send it to Brandon Swan 1:00 PM: Articles and Visuals We need three visuals and three articles by July 20th so each club will need to send in one visual and one article 1:05 PM: Project Jumpstart! Project Jumpstart is the new District project that will focus on aiding children between the ages of 0 and 5 1:07 PM: DCON 2013 Logo Contest The deadline is June 8th 1:09 PM: ICON 2012 The international board will be elected so tell Daniel, our representative, any suggestions you have 1:12 PM: Medical Forms Need to be turned in before participating in any division events 1:15 PM: Kiwanis “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” If you cannot go to the region beach clean-up, here’s another chance to volunteer! The Kiwanis club is working with their Aktion club, so come support them. It will be $7 per person and there will be fireworks. 1:20 PM: Meeting adjourned

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Contact Information Jaguar Jung - Lieutenant Governor Cell: (909) 461-0034 Email: d15.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com oovoo: jaguarjungg

Amy He - Executive Assistant Cell: (909) 569-5919 Email: d15.execasst@gmail.com oovoo: amy10x16

Fahrin Bhuiyan - Executive Assistant Cell: (909) 286-0006 Email: d15.execasst@gmail.com oovoo: bfahrin

Vanessa Luu - Division Secretary Cell: (909) 261-1267 Email: d15.secy@gmail.com oovoo: vanessaluu

Daniel Garcia - Division News Editor Cell: (909) 225-0169 Email: d15.newsed@gmail.com oovoo: Corpl0cklear

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BEE INSPIRED!

Imagine: the 2013 Cali-Nev-Ha District Convention with thousands of Key Clubbers waving with service, wearing shirts and pins designed with the logo you created, opening up those crisp, new programs decorated with the logo, and much more! Make a million ways to serve into a reality by helping the DCON committee in the design of the

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The logo must relate to the 2013 convention theme, “A Million Waves of Service.”

One million reasons to serve is amazing. Create a wave OF service. Service can start with a smile and continue like a tidal wave, impacting everyone in sight whether it is directly or indirectly. We all have one reason out of a million to help others.

Remember to include “2013 Cali-Nev-Ha District Convention (DCON)” somewhere in your logo! o Since we’re talking logos, please make sure to include our Key Club International and CNH logo in your design. o It is recommended that the CNH colors (black and yellow) and mascot (bee) are used in your design, but don’t let these elements limit your ideas and creativity! o BEEware of possible copyright issues.

The design must be submitted in .png (Photoshop) or Adobe Illustrator format.

2013 Cali-Nev-Ha District Convention logo.

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BEE ON-TIME! Submit your logo design to

cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com

by July 8th, 2012 at 6pm **Please note that authors will be credited for their logo design, but all received submissions will be considered CNH Key Club property.**

BEE MINDFUL OF THE GUIDELINES!

Questions, comments or concerns? Direct them to the DCON Chair – Peter Chor at

cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com


2012-2013 CNH D15 July Newsletter!