THE INFERNO Official Division 26 North Newsletter | Region 9 | CNH District
Volume 5 | Issue 9 Key Club
LTG'S & EDITOR'S NOTEÂ
DIVISION LEADERSHIP TEAM
LTG's Note Hey red devils! My name is Courtney Sanchez & I proudly serve as your lieutenant governor for the 2018-2019 term! i am bee-yond excited to serve you all & see this division grow. goals for this term include: 10,000 service hours, $5,500 for ptp, $3,000 for mnt & building closer bonds with our kiwanis; without a doubt i know we will be able to achieve this goal & go above and beyond! if you ever need help or just someone to talk too feel free to contact me or any of the division leadership team at any time. With that being said, I hope I get to meet you all very soon!
Sizzling with Service, Courtney Sanchez
editor's Note Hello Division 26 North Key Clubbers! My name is Kaitlyn Camaquin and I'm happy to say that I will be the new division news editor for the 2018-19 term. I can't wait for what this term has to offer! I am extremely excited to be working with such an amazing group of people and to express my passion of service with each and everyone of you. See you all soon!
Burning with Service,Â Kaitlyn CamaquinÂ
meet your new 2018-2019
Division Leadership team
executive assistant ivan yau
executive assistant jaiden griffin
fundraiser coordinator christina mazzi
executive assistant edeline athena
service projects coordinator haley meyer
spirit coordinator herman austero
spirit coordinator amelia jung
historian ala rahman
kiwanis relation nohe ramos
social media coordinator snoe castillo
division leadership team officers take a group picture during the D26N and D26S banquet
MONTHLY RECOGNITION member:
OLIVIA STATON 5
NORTH -GATE faculty
ANDY NGUYEN kiwanis
DONALD PALOTTA 6
CLUB REPORTS college park In the month of May, College Park Key Club participated in a number of events such as the Dinner Dance and Auction located at St. Stephens Catholic Church where they helped serve food and clean tables.
clayton valley During the month of May, Key Clubbers from Clayton Valley High School held a numerous amount of events such as Graduation Lei Making, Beach Clean-ups, Earth Day Park Clean-ups, and many more.
pittsburg During the month of May, Pittsburg was able to hold successful events such as the Club Carnival where they sold beverages to their peers and Adopt-a-Spot where they helped to maintain the cleanliness of Heritage Park.
deer valley Deer Valley Key Clubbers were able to participate in fun-filled events such as Keep Antioch Beautiful where they helped pick up trash along with other community volunteers to clean the city. Members have also participated in the division-wide event where they made cards for cancer patients.Â
mount diablo Because of the high number of graduating Key Club members, Key Clubbers from Mount Diablo made and sold ribbon and candy leis to their fellow peers to raise fund for the club and to honor the class of 2018.
alhambra Alhambra Key Club has held successful activities and events for May. In commemoration of John Muir and Earth day, Key Clubbers held a celebration at John Muir's home located in Martinez.Â
heritage Heritage Key Club was able to take part in numerous events. Not only did they participate in division and charity activities, but also held a Club Potluck where members were able to socialize, bond, and share a meal with one anotherÂ Â
keep up the good work!
contact info lieutenant governor: courtney sanchez 925-203-8792
executive assistants: ivan yau 925-826-7338
edeline athena 650-784-3497 jaiden griffin 925-565-6861
kaitlyn camaquin 925-876-8170
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