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Division 31 | Region 1 | Cali-Nev-Ha District | Key Club


The year has gone by so quickly. It's been more than 365 days since I've been elected as Lieutenant Governor, and I could not have been luckier. It has been an absolute honor and joy to serve all of you as Lieutenant Governor, and I hope you have all enjoyed it just as much as I have. Since it is February, all clubs should be beginning their elections and their transition period. This is extremely crucial to help our newly elected Lieutenant Governor!

-Cecilia Li Hi Robots! Your Divisional Tech Editor here. I hope that I was able to provide sufficient information with my website and newsletters for these past couple of months. My experience as the Divisional Tech Editor was a very interesting experience but it really did help me get more involved in Key Club and community service. I’m glad I was able to contribute to the Division this year!

-Bernadette Tan


UPCOMING EVENTS B •WHEN: January 25, 2014, 10:00 a.m. •WHERE: Crawford High School (tentative) Come and elect your next lieutenant governor! This will be a joint event with Division 11! For those who are running (candidates), you should have already Registered online to show your intention to file candidacy. Complete the "Lt. Governor's Service Agreement" (an Adobe fillable form) to submit and declare your candidacy. There are two ways to submit: 1. Submit the completed, original, hard copy of the form to the CNH District Office to the attention of Mr. Bruce Hennings via fax/mail. Also, submit the completed, electronic (scanned and e-mailed) copy of the form to Mr. Tobias. Both of these submissions must be RECEIVED BY January 18th, 2014. 2. Submit the completed, electronic (scanned and e-mailed) copy of the form to both Mr. Bruce Hennings and Mr. Tobias by January 18th, 2014. Also, submit the completed, original, hard copy of the form POSTMARKED BY January 18th, 2014 to the CNH District Office to the attention of Mr. Bruce Hennings via mail. o

Please note that both options require the completed, original, hard copy of the form to be sent in to the CNH District Office. The only difference is that Option 2 allows it to be postmarked by January 18th, 2014, while Option 1 requires it to be received by January 18th, 2014.

Submit your completed literature to Cecilia and CC Mr. Tobias by January 18th, 2014 via e-mail.

Never, ever campaign. You will be automatically disqualified from candidacy. Simply saying "I'm running for Lieutenant Governor," can by assumed as campaigning, so please exercise caution when discussing Conclave. This is extremely important.

For those who are not running, make sure to have two delegates per club present at Conclave on January 25th, 2014. Presidents, make sure to reply to the Conclave email with the names of the two delegates that will be representing and voting on behalf of the club you serve by January 18th, 2014. Please note that candidates may not serve as delegates.

REMEMBER, IT IS MANDATORY FOR ALL DUES-PAID CLUBS TO BE REPRESENTED AT CONCLAVE BY TWO DELEGATES.


•WHEN: February 22nd 2014, 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. •WHERE: UCSD Center Hall INFO FROM THE FACEBOOK EVENT: Come learn about and prepare for college at Key 2 College hosted by UCSD Circle K members! We are all college students who have gone through the dreadful experience of college applications, picking and choosing colleges, and our first year (or more) of college and we are here to help YOU be prepared for it! The theme for this year is Nightmare Before Christmas! Come out and be excited to help Jack discover what this "Key to College" really is! ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE INVITED! This event will include: - Workshops: We will educate you on many different aspects of college - Campus tour: Where you will tour the beautiful campus of UCSD - Major fair: Where students will talk about their experiences with their respective majors - Lunch: FREE FOOD! - Entertainment: You will be entertained by some of the many performance groups on campus! This event will be held on February 22nd from 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM at UCSD's Center Hall. Please RSVP here only if you plan on attending (so we can account for food and room purposes). http://tinyurl.com/ucsdk2c More information about the workshop schedule will be posted up later! =D If you have ANY questions at all, feel free to email UCSD's Key 2 College Chair at ETo.kfam@ucsdcki.org.

•WHEN: March 1st, 2014 DETAILS COMING SOON!


ANNOUNCEMENTS Sign up's for Key Leader start the first week of December! The sign-up link is here. The Key Leader camp is from March 28th to March 30th 2014.

Dues should have already been turned in. If the club you serve has NOT turned them in yet, do so IMMEDIATELY. Clubs that do not have their dues paid are now considered delinquent. Make sure your club does not become suspended because of this.

Show your divisional pride by buying a t-shirt or a tank top to wear at events like Fall Rally South! Contact Cecilia or Bernadette to purchase one! T-shirts are $12 and tank tops are $15.


Online Registration Link: http://us.ootoweb.com/68thcnhdcon

Registration Tutorial Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7mi91SMXiQ

The 68th Annual District Convention Online Registration is now open! Please use the Online Registration Link above to direct you to the registration site. If you are having difficulties navigating the site or registering yourself, the Registration Tutorial Video Link is provided above. The tutorial will provide you with a step by step walk through on how to navigate through the online registration process. Attached is the Registration Planning Tool. Please utilize this Excel file to assist your club advisor in planning and organizing members' information for registration. It is vital that you talk to your advisors about registering for District Convention as soon as possible.

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Kiwanis International Policy now requires a chaperone ratio of 1:10adults per student per gender for overnight Key Club events. Example: If 6 female attendees and 4 male attendees, then one female and one male chaperone are required.

All registration materials along with additional Convention resources can be found on the CNH CyberKey at http://cnhkeyclub.org/events/dcon.

If you have any further questions, comments, and/or concerns, please feel free to contact DCON Chair Madison, at cnhkc.dcon@gmail.com.

What is this? The CNH Key Club Member Recognition Committee would like to present YOU with a leadership opportunity. They are now accepting applications to become a district judge. ANY dues-paid Member in good standing can apply to become a district judge. BEEing a District Judge is a wonderful opportunity to practice leadership and teamwork skills.

What will I be judging? As a judge, you will be reviewing various contest submissions (many of which require an e-portfolio) and applications submitted by members from within the CNH District. Contests you may be judging for will include those for advisors, officers, clubs, individual members, and service projects. You can view the various contests which you could possibly be judging for here.

So, how do I apply? There are two types of judging: District Judging and On-Site Judging . This means that there are two deadlines. They are as follows: 

For regular District Judging, the application is due Saturday, February 1, 2014.

For On-Site Judging, the application is due Saturday, March 1, 2014

You may find the application: Attached to this email, At this Link, or on the Cyber Key (cnhkeyclub.org > Recognition > Recognition Judging).

If you have any further questions, comments, and/or concerns, please feel free to contact MR Chair Carissa, at cnhkc.mr@gmail.com.

Seniors! The CNH Foundations Scholarship is open for you! Here is the Application. Good luck! It is due by February 20th, 2014.


In an email from Cecilia Li: I know, it seems like the term has just begun, but remember that in Key Club, terms start in May. So... it's time to talk about elections. (Don't cry!) Club Elections (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor): Club elections should be held somewhere between January and March 2014. I have attached to this e-mail a resource created by the P.I.E. Committee which explores different ways that clubs approach their club elections and tips. Please note that club elections is different for each club according to its standard club bylaws. There is no set way of holding elections. The "How to Conduct Club Elections" video tutorial (created by 2011-2012 PIE Committee) can be found by clicking here, and also serves as a great resource to give you an idea on how to run club elections. Please keep in mind that you should uphold the integrity of Key Club International and conduct your club elections in a moral manner where each individual gets a fair chance. Lieutenant Governor Conclave: Just as club officers are elected, Lieutenant Governors for each division are, as well! The position of Lieutenant Governor will be elected in January 25th, 2014 at Conclave (the term "conclave" just means the election ceremony, basically equivalent to election). The exact time and address of Conclave will be announced soon. Candidate Training Conference: Since the position of LTG is so critical to the success of DIvision 31 Key Club, there is a special Conference dedicated to informing potential elects on running. If anyone plans on running for the position of Division 31 Lieutenant Governor for the 2014-2015 term, then they should try their best to attend CTC. It is not mandatory, but very, very highly recommended. CTC will be on December 14th, 2013. It will take place in Vista, San Diego. The address and time will be announced soon, but the time should be from around 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Come to this CTC to learn about the duties and responsibilities of becoming a Lieutenant Governor as well as learn about the election process. I highly encourage all who are eligible to go (sorry, seniors!). Please remember to register if you plan to attend CTC! The link is here. For more information on how to run for Lt. Governor, also refer to the CyberKey (cnhkeyclub.org > Officers > Running for Office > Running for Lt. Governor > Download Guide [blue button]). District Office Candidate Training Conference: This is a mandatory training conference for those seeking the position of District Governor, District Secretary, or District Treasurer. Nonattendance at this required training will result in disqualification from the election process. This training conference will cover the roles and responsibilities of the positions, challenges these leaders face, skills of effective district leaders, and an overview of the election process. Candidates attending this training may be eligible for reimbursed travel expenditures. The District Officer Candidate Training Conference (DOCTC) will be held on January 19th, 2014 at the CNH Kiwanis Professional Center (8360 Red Oak Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730). It will most likely go from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Please remember to register if you plan to attend DOCTC! The link will be released onto the CNH Cyberkey soon, and the deadline to do so is January 10th, 2014. For more information on running for a district position, use the following resources: o

cnhkeyclub.org > Running for Office > How to Run for District or International Office > District Officer

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Policy, International Business, & Elections Chair Jacob Torres (cnhkc.pie@gmail.com)


RECOGNITION Although every single member that serves Division 31 is absolutely amazing, there can only be one Member of the Month, and only one Officer of the Month. As a member, there are many things you can do to get recognized. Send in articles and visuals, attend the monthly DCM’s (Kiwanis has them, too!) Officers can send Cecilia invitations to their events as well as organize their own. Next month, this could be you!

Ashley Courtois

Pearl Cummins

Helix High School Key Club!


Visuals

Did you have fun at an event? Did you take pictures of service? Well, now’s your chance to show them off! Send your visuals to Division 31’s News Editor to have it featured in our next newsletter as well as sent out to the CNH District!

Many Key Club and Kiwanis volunteers help decorate floats for the Rose Parade in Pasadena.


Articles

Did you have fun at an event? Don’t mind writing about it? Well, now’s your chance to show them off! Send your articles to Division 31’s News Editor to have it featured in our next newsletter as well as sent out to the CNH District!

Over thanksgiving break, Valhalla's Key Club volunteered at the Salvation Army and helped to distribute frozen turkeys and other foods to about 500 needy families in the El Cajon area. This event is a fairly new one for the Salvation Army for it was only their second year doing this distribution. Maureen McCully, the volunteer coordinator and my contact for the Salvation Army, told me that we were a very big help to them. Because of our help, they were able to finish earlier then previously thought. Last year, there were only two volunteers handing out turkeys, and it took them until 8 pm (four hours past their planned shift) to finish. Just as we were about to leave, Maureen stopped and thanked us for the help. I feel as though this event helps to establish good relations with Valhalla's Key Club and the Salvation Army of El Cajon!

Rosefloat is a staple event in Key Club. It's a great experience, and I always have fun. This was my second time going and was glad I convinced a number of my club members to go as well. I received nothing but positive feedback from them, and they all look forward to going next year. When I was cutting flower heads off of stems and pouring glue onto them for endless hours, I felt as if what I was doing wasn't very meaningful or had any direct impact on the parade. However, I ended up seeing volunteers placing the flowers I had cut onto several floats. The flowers made the floats enjoyable to look at it and really stood out. I think the best part was seeing all of the volunteers' hard work on TV on the day of the actual parade.

On January 12th, Key Club and Green Club teamed up and headed to Mission Beach for a cleanup. We covered most of the southern part of Mission Beach and found trash items such as cigarette butts, plastic wrappers, juice boxes, and cans. Ironically, most of the trash was found near the trash cans; it was interesting to see trash cans surrounded by loads of trash yet every where else was pretty much trash- free. This cleanup was different from the rest because the environment was more laid back and felt not as rushed. Picking up trash and conserving our recreational habitat was a great way to start our Sunday morning.


Cecilia Li

Bernadette Tan

Division 31 Lieutenant Governor d31.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Division 31 Tech Editor d31.techeditor@gmail.com

(760)-258-7547

Geoff Tobias Region 1 Advisor cnh.region1advisor@gmail.com http://region1advisor.weebly.com/

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/division-31

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Presidents: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!forum/cnh-kcpresidents Vice Presidents: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!forum/cnhkc-vicepresidents Secretaries: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!forum/cnhkcsecretaries Treasurers: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!forum/cnh-kctreasurers Editors: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!forum/cnh-kc-editors

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THANK YOU FOR READING!

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