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Division 25 East | Region 7 | CNH District

Koala-ty Times Volume 4 | Issue 7

November 2013

Key Clubbers attentively listen to their president about upcoming events being hosted.

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Cleveland

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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Table of Contents Division News Editor Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 03 Division Administration Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 04 Lieutenant Governor Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 Past Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08 Club Recaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Division News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 * Golden Goals * Upcoming Events/Ask Kenny the Koala Region News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 * Region Training Conference Re-Cap District News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 *Fall Rally South International News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 * Key Club Week Recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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A quick message from your 2013 - 2014

Division News Editor Hello my wonderful Koalas! It has been quite lovely to meet many of your during this past month! From running around RTC to make sure everything ran smoothly (in terms of technology that is) and walking my final AIDS Walk this past October 13th was absolutely incredible, especially considering together we were cheered out lungs out! I definitely look forward to the rest of the term with all you new members. I look forward to seeing you all grow as members, leaders, and, most importantly, as people. Although there immense amounts of stress from school, family, college applications, I still make time for this wonderful Ohana we have constructed throughout the years. Please, if you ever see me around any kind of event, whether it is on the club, division, region, or even district level, stop me and say introduce yourself! I love meeting new people and it would be a great pleasure to cross paths. I’ll be standing with open arms, so ask for a free hug or maybe even ask me how I feel! I may pretty small but I really can scream my heart out. For now, considering you can’t just magically conjure me out of this computer screen, enjoy this month’s newsletter! I am always trying to find new ways to make this publication better and better every single month. Thank you so much for everything, Koalas! I will be seeing you all next at Fall Rally South! (:

CONTACT

INFO

email:

d25e.cnhkc.dne@gmail.com phone:

(818) 442 - 4929

Signing out, Marjerrie Masicat

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Cleveland

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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Administration Messages

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HELLO KOALAS! October has been a good month filled with many events, and it’s great to see so many of you out there. There’s still many more events to come, so don’t stop that spirit, Koalas! Coming up very soon is the event you have all been waiting for… FALL RALLY! Fall Rally is one of the few days where you can truly go all out on your Key Club Spirit, and I can honestly say that it is one of the most fun Key Club events you will ever attend. I hope to see you all there! Ralph Martin Agbayani | D25E Executive Assistant email: ralphagbayani@gmail.com

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Cleveland

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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Hello Division 25 East Koalas! It’s your Director of Finance and Management here. Since the past month, I have met so many new and excited key clubbers! Thank you to all the underclassmen as well as the upperclass men for participating in club and division wide events! It was truely a magical experience getting to know you all. I would love to continue to meet all of you new dedicated members! <3 FRS <3 I hope that all of you are going to FALL RALLY SOUTH because it is an AMAZING opportunity to see the power and strength Key Club has worldwide! We will be having more fun and exciting events full of fun and service! I HOPE TO SEE ALL YOU LOVELIES THERE. If you see me around do not feel shy or scared to come up to me :D I love meeting new people. D25E BOUNCE!! Michael Lee | Director of Finances and Management email: michael.lee.dfam@gmail.com

Hello all my cuddly koalas! I’m so excited the school year has finally begun and I can not wait to see all of your lovely faces at our DCM! If you are new to the division, WELCOME! You may not realize it yet, but you are in for some great fun serving the community and exploring what makes Key Club so spirited! As Division Director of Reports and Operations I am always here for you officers or members that need any assistance with forms or just need help with Key Club in general. Don’t be afraid to ask me any questions! Have a great month Division 25 East, and I’ll see you soon! Koala-fied for exellence, Eric Schuman | Director of Reports and Operations email: eric.r.schuman@gmail.com

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East Koalas!

Lt. Governor Message

memory of all times? In the next few week, please remember the following:

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Spirit-ify yourself. Attend club and division spirit sessions. Learn

ready for Fall Rally South?

and practice those division cheers. Remember to bring extra cough drops on the day of Fall Rally and preserve your voice for the rally session at 11:30 AM.

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when D25E Koalas will show the district have for service and how much effort we

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Green-ify youself. Start preparing your spirit gear NOW. If you have not done so already, order a spirit pack and a division shirt from your club president if you plan to attend Fall Rally. Grab items from nearby arts-and-crafts stores and make your own personalized and cheap spirit gears – tutus, face paint, hair color, bows, spirit sticks, and many more!

Bee-ify yourself. BEE prompt to Fall Rally. Remember that you MUST be at Six Flags by 8 AM and at Golden Bear Theater by 11:30 AM. BEE respectful to all other divisions represented at Fall Rally South. It is important that we do not lose our way of life – caring – while cheering at Fall Rally.

Koala-ify yourself. Oh wait… You are all already Koalafied. Your

you ready to scream until your voices until your muscles ache, yet cheer ly South becomes your favorite

Koala-ty Service

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spirit and service means everything to this division. Thank you so much for all of your hardwork for the past months. Fall Rally South is the opportunity for you to celebrate the work you have done with your fellow Ohana and have the time of your life. Scream. Cheer. Enjoy. Because I assure all of you, Fall Rally South will be one of the most memorable and one of the most inspirational moments of your life. Thank you for all of your work. I cannot be more proud of all of you.

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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Sto p Cancer Walk Alan O’Hara | Cleveland

Natalie Warmoth | Birmingham Community Charter

On September 22nd, Cleveland Key Club participated in the Cancer Walk of 2013. It was a great experience for all the members who joined in on the run and also those who volunteered to work at the booths. One ways we pitched in was that we organized the trash cans in various locations around the park to keep the environment clean. We also helped the workers at the booths by organizing papers, informing new participants about the sign-in sheet and park area, and cleaning up after the event. The Cancer Walk of 2013 gave new members a taste of what Key Club events are like and how involved they will be if they continually join in on the fun. It also showed the amount of participation and teamwork the officer board would be dealing with for the rest of their term. Overall, it was exciting to say that this was our biggest Key Club event of our term so far.

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Granada Hills

On September 22, at Woodley Park, we participated in the Stop Cancer Walkathon. Although, it was not as huge as the Nautica Triathlon, a lot of people came to support the Cancer Walk. We had over 10 members show up to the Walkathon and it was a joy to see them there on time. The event started and ended at 5:45AM-11:00AM. When we first arrived we received our free t-shirts and waited for our instructions. One of the leaders, Jenny then called us to wipe down the dew off the tables for booths to set up later. We all worked together and it was very dark and a little scary. It was fun and it was very hard to be up so early in the morning, so they gave us some bagels and coffee for free. After we all ate, we had to wait for further instruction and we were able to explore the park and see the booths. They had a booth for whole foods and giveaways. All our clubs got together and also did our famous “How do we feel” chant! It was so much fun. We all got closer as embers and as a division. It was awesome to see so many members work for a good cause and to support cancer patients.

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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events Jessie Aw | Granada Hills Charter On September 13th, 2013, Granada Hills hosted Back to School Night. At this event, our Key Club sold Chick-Fil-A and water to the parents and students. Serving as our first fundraiser of the new school year, Key Clubbers were more than excited to participate by selling and advertising. From the other side of the school, you could probably hear the chants, “Chick-Fil-A! ChickChick-Fil-A!” or “ GET YOUR CHICK-FIL-A HERE!!” The turnout was amazing and we sold out by the end of Back to School Night. Not only were sales profitable, parents and students were able to learn more about what Key Club is. For those who did not know about our club already, they asked questions and showed interest in joining our club! All in all this was a fantastic event to kick off the new school year and get members involved with Key Club!

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Cleveland

Granada Hills

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Club Rush/btsn Agnes Jeniffer | Van Nuys To commemorate the start of the new school year, Van Nuys High school held one of its many traditions of promoting clubs on Wednesday, September 25. Several new and old clubs gathered around the quad to promote their clubs and show off their club spirit. In the midst of all of the chaos and shouting stood Key Club, all of the officers that participated roared with such excitement in order to garner attention from the passing students. Our club, also, passed out several flyers to curious students who seemed confused yet intrigued by all of our yelling and enthusiasm. Luckily, our tactic of showing our Koala spirit helped gather several students around our small both who stood in a long line to sign up for our club and ask questions about what Key Club is about. The most intense part of this event, however, was a spirit battle between us and our fellow Kiwanis! They constantly bombarded us with “How do you feel?!”

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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Ev e ry body Reads

Natalie Warmoth | Birmingham Community Charter On September 21, Everybody Reads was held at Noble Elementary from 8:45AM to 11:45AM. Our job as volunteers is to read to these kids, discuss on comprehension, and to have fun with them. We try to make everything as fun as possible in order to help the kids realize that reading is a lot of fun. They get to make new friends, and get to know the volunteers. Birmingham has about nine members show up to the event and it was awesome to see them enjoy reading to the kids. Our new members are very motivated and work hard to show up to these events. All the new volunteers received quick training and reviewed for the program. As their older peers, the kids look up to us and we can greatly influence these kids lives. We basically take the group of kids into an assigned room and separate into smaller groups. It is normally one volunteer per group of kids and we follow a guide on what to do. We read a page, analyze the pictures with the kids, and then the kids write about what they learned. It is really fun to see the kids laugh and write about the meaningful messages from the story.

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Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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events Dedicated members from Granada Hills Charter High School and from Divison 25E woke up bright and early to drive to Malibu for a day full of service. With the start of the new school year, the division was able to participate in this event once again. This event was held on Saturday, September 7th and 8th and started at 4:30 AM at Zuma Beach. The 27th annual Malibu Beach Triathlon has participants swimming 1â &#x201E;2 a mile, biking 18 miles, and running 4 miles to the finish line. This event lets athletes, celebrities, philanthropists, and spectators come together on September 7th and 8th to witness and participate in a great event that raises funds for the Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Los Angelesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Pediatric Cancer Research Program. Our volunteers were given different jobs from the start of the morning. The members helped mark bib numbers on participants, hand out water, organize race times, hand out medals, and etc. Our

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members gained experience on character building and responsibility. As the day progressed they helped each other in small groups and took on many different responsibilities that they were assigned. While passing out drinks to the many participants, they used inclusiveness by using all the members to find a system to where they could quickly and efficiently pass water on both sides of where they athletes were running. This event was truly exciting for both the members and the participants. Although the athletes looked tired, they had thanked us after their long race for our volunteer work. The members had a great time participating in the numerous service opportunities at the event that day. The enthusiastic members enjoyed their time helping and gaining memorable experiences and experience for the coming years. Although the day was long for the members, it was all worth it in the end. Tyler Kowta | Granada Hills Charter

Nautica Triathlon { Birmingham

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Club Recaps

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C L U B RECAPS

Club Recaps are created by each individual club giving each club an opportunity to reflect, make goals, and advertise to the entire division!


Cleveland Key Club “My last Region Training Conference was excellent. As an old member, it was great to see new and old faces in Key Club. The agenda was filled with plenty of workshops based upon our interests. Even though I am an old member, I still learned a few things here and there and I am sure that the new members did as well. I am 100% sure that most of them got intimidated by the cheers. Everything simmered down after lunch and the rest of RTC was tiresome.”-Elbert Lim Secretary.

On Thursday, October 3, Cleveland Key Club sold Chow Mein and Fried Rice at Cleveland’s back to school night. May Koala’s came to volunteer and all the food was sold. A small profit was earned from this event and friendships were made stronger!


Kennedy Club Event: Kennedy Key Club volunteered at the 11th annual Tierra Del Sol Fall Festival on October 19th, 2013 from 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM. We helped with setting up the event, game booths, the pumpkin patch, and face painting.

Club Goals: “This month, I’d really love to see a lot more spirit and events within my club and the members I serve. Hopefully by the end of this month, I’ll also be able to have a website up for our club and various social media accounts so that we don’t always have to rely on using FaceBook and have more things accessible to members.” -Isabel Evangelista, Historian/Temporary Tech Editor


James Monroe High School Key Club Goals:

Upcoming Events:

- Member Retention

-AIDS Walk

-More Service Events

-Everybody Reads

-More Fundraisers

-Kiwanis Clothes Drive

-More Spirit from Monroe Key Clubbers!

-Division 25 East Clothes Drive

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Region Training Conference was very helpful because it really helped me understand my job a lot better. Not only did I learn about my position as tech chair, but I also learned a bunch of things about Key Club that I would not have known otherwise if I hadn't attended to RTC. There so many components of being tech chair that were discussed, that have made me realize all I can do as tech chair. I experienced all of the spirit that comes from Key Club, and it definitely motivated me to do my best for the club I serve.â&#x20AC;? -Amy Diallo, Tech Chair

-October DCM


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Division News

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Divisio Division Car Wash

GOLDEN GOALS At the beginning of the 2013-2014 term, Lieutenant Governor Andrew Chang set goals for Division 25 East. As a Division we want to

FUNDRAISE

October 26th, 2013 First Presbyterian Church 10400 Zelzah Ave. Northridge, CA 91326 9 AM to 1 PM

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Key Club Week

November 4-8, 2013 or more information on Key Club Week and to find out which day is hat, please turn to International News page!

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Division News

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Do you have any question s about these Ask club offi events? cers and we ’ll be happy to help!

Camp (D25E Spirit Session)

er 8th, 2013; Northridge Park ll Rally? This will be the last opportunity for all needed for Fall Rally South! During the spirit boot also be distributing spirit packs. 4PM - 5:30PM

Fall Rally South

November 9th, 2013 Six Flags Magic Mountain 26101 Magic Mountain Parkway Valencia, CA, 91355 9AM - 6PM

ASK KENNY THE KOALA You submittted your questions and Kenny the Koala answered!

- Anonymous

Sometimes during events, I feel awkward because I don’t know anyone or feel left out. Do you have any advice on how to make friends or be more social?

A: Just remember, everyone attending an event is friendly! We are here to welcome you with open arms. My best advice for you would be to just be calm, participate in ice breakers if applicable, and most importantly allow yourself to jump out of your comfort zone. If you have any more questions, please, send them to me!

Don’t see your question? Don’t worry, they might be in next month’s issue! Got your own question(s)? Send them to http://tinyurl.com/d25ekenny or go anon and submit your message to http://d25ekoalas.tumblr.com/ask

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Region News

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Re g i o n Training Conference Re-C Isabel Evangelista | Kennedy Key Club On Saturday, September 28th, 2013, Region 7 was reunited once again at John Burroughs High School in Burbank, CA for our training conference. As I arrived, my mind was filled with anxious thoughts as I was looking forward to meeting many new Key Clubbers. Before the welcome session began, former Tech Editor, Aaron Aguas, and I began to take pictures of random Key Clubbers with the ‘got success?’ poster as a way to easily get associated with one another. As the welcome session began, we had many guest appearances which included Division 25 East’s first LTG, Missy Dominguez and District Treasurer Johansen Pico. At the second half of the session, we had a guest motivational speaker. Afterwards, we were dismissed to our workshop sessions which lasted from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM. I learned about future positions I plan on running for, and learned a little bit more about my current position as a club historian. I definitely enjoyed being given further insight on how to properly do my job. As lunch began, we were given Costco pizza, which is my favorite kind of pizza. The moment that people finished eating, that’s when the cheering began. It started with the ‘I Feel Good’ cheers from numerous

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people and then escalated into full blown spirit battles against divisions. It was very fun, and very surprising that within an hour I was able to lose part of my voice. When general session began, we spoke about Fall Rally South, DCON, and were raffled off many items. As general session came to a close, the division in Region 7 went to their designated areas to begin their DCM. In Division 25 East’s DCM, we were lucky to have District Treasurer Johansen Pico as our special guest. We also had a very interesting activity, which incorporated the use of the four elements and groups from Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra. This was used to describe the types of leaders our division has and how though we can be diverse, when we come together, we’re strong and become the “Koavatar”. After DCM was the Otter Pop social, where we were allowed to purchase merchandise from other divisions. I was able to buy my division’s bee-utiful shirt, some pins from Division 3 north, and bracelets from Division 16. Region 7 training conference was personally an extremely great experience for me. It caused me to become more excited for many upcoming region and district events such as AIDS WALK and Fall Rally South. I can’t wait to be with my Region 7 Ohana once again.

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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District News

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ARE YOUR KOALA-FIED TO CHALLENGE DIVISION 25 EAST AT FALL RALLY SOUTH?

Koala BOOT CAMP

November 8th, 2013; Northridge Park Koalas, are you ready for Fall Rally? This will be the last opportunity for all members to learn the cheers needed for Fall Rally South! During the spirit boot camp, we will also be distributing spirit packs. 4PM - 5:30PM

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COME OUT AND GET READY FOR FALL RALLY SOUTH WITH ALL YOUR OTER KOALAS.

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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CT NEWS

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District News

FALL RALLY SOUTH Saturday, November 9th, 2013 9 AM - 6 PM MAGIC MOUNTAIN BUY YOUR

Located AT SIX FLAGS

TICKET NOW!

PRE-SALE $30

AT THE DOOR $34 SEASON PASS $5

Contact your club president for more information

Why should you attend Fall Rally South?

WHY SHOULDN’T YOU?!

YOU HAVE I CONVICED YOU YET? WILL MEET NEW PEOPLE

MAKE NEW FRIENDS RAISE MONEY FOR PTP

SEE YO U AT SIX FLAG S

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Inter. News

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INternatio

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. Do your part to make sure Key Club Week—Nov. 4-8, 2013—starts Kiwanis Family Month with a bang. Join other Key Clubs from around the world by following the suggestions below. Check out the Key Club Week Manual for more ideas for each day. MONDAY, NOV. 4 Show your K in every way—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. Officially announce Key Club Week in your community with a proclamation and refer to the Key Club public relations manual to get great tips on how to publicize Key Club in your community.

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Inter. News

TUESDAY, NOV. 5 Kudos to the Key players—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. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6 Connect the Ks—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 International, Builders, Kiwanis Kids or Aktion clubs and team up for a joint service project. THURSDAY, NOV. 7 Bring a friend to Key Club—More members = more service. Increasing the amount of service Key Club performs increases the impact Key Club has on the world. Bring a friend, or two, or more to your next Key Club meeting. Download recruitment resources. FRIDAY, NOV. 8 Your way—This is your club’s chance to do its own thing and make its mark. Pick a project, plan a recruitment party or combine activities from the other Key Club Week days. Whatever idea you choose, take it and run with it.

C OME CELEBRATE KEY CLUB WEEK BEFORE FALL RALLY! Stay informed! For more information about Key Club Week, please contact your club president or visit http://keyclub.org/service/kcw.aspx

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Recognition

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Kurt Solano Koala of the Month

I am nominating this D25E Koala for his outstanding display of leadership within Kennedy Key Club. He has shown a great desire to become a future board member. Kurt Solano attends all club meetings and many events, including Region 7 Training Conference. He is a very active member. His lively personality brings joy to all members in the community that he serves. All of these attributes have shown that Kurt Solano is a deserving member for Koala of the Month.

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Recognition

Cleveland HS Club of the Month

Cleveland Key Club has accomplished so much despite the influx of membership recruitment, PTP fundraising, and Fall Rally preparation. The qualifications Cleveland Key Club has shown is inspirational to all the clubs within the division. Its officers work collaboratively and effectively in updating the members on new service projects, communicating with the club Kiwanis and faculty advisors, and enhancing the quality of the club they serve. Its Kiwanis advisor Irene and Bob are so supportive of the club and their work is beyond impressive. Simply over the past month, its members have performed nearly 75 hours. The spirit and leadership exuded by the members continue to serve as a source of inspiration to aspire growth within this division. For these reasons, I am proud to present Cleveland Key Club as the club of the month for the month of October.

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Cleveland

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Recognition

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Monica Reyes Officer of the Month

President Monica has never ceased to impress the division. With her overwhelming spirits and conspicuous charisma, Monica has brought so much to the club she serves and also this division. Her leadership style shows courage taking risks to overcome various challenges yet also prudence taking much consideration into every action she makes. This year, Northridge Academy Key Club has seen so much growth and this could never happen without her effective leadership and continuous persistence in loving and serving for this organization. She is an exemplary role model among the leaders within this division and an inspiration to everyone she meets. Her unwavering character, purity, and service makes her a â&#x20AC;&#x153;true Key Clubberâ&#x20AC;? and the division is proud to present her as the Koala of the Month for the month of October. { Birmingham

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Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

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Get to Know.....

FIND US ONLINE! http://tinyurl.com/d25ekcfb

http://d25ekoalas.tumblr.com

http://issuu.com/d25ekoalas

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C o n ta c t I n f o r m at i o n Division Leadership Team Birmingham President

Ruben Viramontes

email: d25e.birmingham.president@gmail.com phone: not applicable Cleveland President

Hannah Luong

email: d25e.cleveland.president@gmail.com phone: (818) 274-8018 Granada Hills Charter President

Sarine Kim

email: d25e.granada.president@gmail.com phone: (818) 428-9500 Kennedy President

Jeymz Hipolito

email: d25e.kennedy.president@gmail.com phone: (818) 849-0893 Monroe President

Kayla Gonzalez

email: d25e.monroe.president@gmail.com phone: (818) 384-4093 Northridge Academy President

Monica Reyes

email: d25e.northridge.president@gmail.com phone: (818) 422-2807 Van Nuys President

Joyce Kim { Birmingham

email: d25e.vannuys.president@gmail.com phone: (213) 999-7032 Cleveland

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

}


C o n ta c t I n f o r m at i o n D i v i s i o n A d m i n i s t r at i o n Lieutenant Governor

Director of Finance and Management

email: d25e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com phone: (818) 294 - 6788

email: michael.lee.dfam@gmail.com phone: (818) 337 - 8126

Andrew Chang

Michael Lee

Executive Assisstant

Director of Reports and Operations

email: ralphagbayani@gmail.com phone: (818) 259 - 4161

email: eric.r.schuman@gmail.com phone: (818) 590 - 9460

Ralph Agbayani

Eric Schuman

Division News Editor

Marjerrie Masicat

email: d25e.cnhkc.dne@gmail.com phone: (818) 442 - 4929

{ Birmingham

Cleveland

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

}


Key Clubbers sign up for more information at a booth during Club Rush

Thank you for reading!

a Kiwanis family member www.cnhkeyclub.org

{ Birmingham

Cleveland

Granada Hills

Kennedy Monroe Northridge Academy Van Nuys

}


Division 25 East November 2013 Newsletter  
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