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Division 38 West Newsletter Volume 2 | Issue 7 | December 2011

A Letter from the Editor Hello Robots!

Hopefully

you all have been having a good winter break so far! Coming up this month in our list of service opportunities is the Rose Float Decoration in Pasadena! If you cannot attend this, other activities you can partake in with your club and friends include Christmas caroling or toy drives!

In this issue: Letter from the Editor…….…… 1 Upcoming Events…………...... 2 Rose Float Deco….………... 2 CTC…………………………… 3 Elections……..….…………… 4 Conclave……………………. 4 Contact Information…............ 5

Please also remember that elections will be coming up soon! Club elections should ideally be in January so that the new board can have delegates to participate in Conclave! Also, Candidate Training Conferences are coming up very soon for those of you interested in running for Lieutenant Governor or for the District Executive office positions. With that said, please take some time to spend with your friends and families this season while you are on break! Happy holidays, Key Clubbers! Programmed for Service, Victor Ly Divisional Technology Editor

CNH District | Region 5 | Division 38 West

“Caring - Our Way of Life”

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Rose Float Decorations Where: Pasadena We will be meeting at the AV Flyaway on Avenue S to get on the buses! When: Saturday, December 29th We leave Palmdale by bus at 8am. Arrive at the AV Flyaway by 7:30am! Help decorate the Kiwanis float that appears in the Rose Float Parade on New Year’s Day. You will earn service hours and get a fantastic chance to meet new people and work on a project that will be seen on TV! You must have already paid to be attending and have your paperwork filled out and brought with you that Saturday to enter the buses. The two shifts for Key Clubbers will be from 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 4 pm.

The theme of the 2012 Rose Parade is “Just Imagine.” The theme of the 2012 Kiwanis float is “Winter Wonderland.”

CNH District | Region 5 | Division 38 West

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Candidate Training Conference Do you have what it takes to BEE a Cali-Nev-Ha Lieutenant Governor or District Executive officer?

Candidate Training Conferences (CTC) are for Key Club Members who are interested in being a candidate or a potential candidate for an office above the club level. It is not mandatory to attend any of the Candidate Training Conferences to be able to run for an office above the club level, but the paper work must be turned in on time and to the proper place to be able to run. CTC’s are also great experiences to obtain proper training and guidance for those high-level offices. If you are interested in running for Lieutenant Governor of Division 38 West or for office in the District Executive board, you are highly advised to sign up for CTC. Each high school can bring a maximum of 5 participants (adults are included in this count) to CTC, and you can sign up online at http://cnhkeyclub.org/events/candidate-training-conference. There are two separate CTC’s in Rancho Cucamonga on January 14th and January 21st for LtG’s and District Executive positions respectively. Additional information regarding how to run for these positions or about CTC can be found on the CNH website.

CNH District | Region 5 | Division 38 West

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Elections

Club elections should ideally be in January so that the new board can select delegates for Conclave. The offices that people can run for are President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Tech Editor. Elections will be handled by the current club officers and club advisor(s). There aren’t many strict rules regarding how elections should be handled, but each candidate should have a set amount of time for a speech and a caucus session. Also, only paid dues members can run for office and vote. Remember that elections aren’t a popularity contest and that the winner should be the most capable of all the candidates.

Conclave

Conclave is where we will be electing the new Lieutenant Governor for the 2012-2013 year. Clubs from each of the schools will bring 2 delegates to represent their school’s vote. Conclave will follow the same procedures as regular club elections. The only confirmed details at the moment are that it will be a joint event with Division 38 East and that it will be in Victorville. At the moment, it is scheduled for February 4th. Also, there will be a fee to pay for food, but it still needs to be finalized.

CNH District | Region 5 | Division 38 West

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Questions, Comments, or Concerns? Questions, Comments, or Concerns?

Contact Information Contacts

Club Presidents Burroughs President Christal Hoang christalhoang@yahoo.com 760-382-7998 Eastside President Guadalupe Hernandez guadalupeh@live.com 661-341-6257 Highland President Peace Sadorra spsadorra@gmail.com 510-364-4941 Littlerock President Daniel Solis dansolis12@hotmail.com 818-583-6393 Paraclete President Veronica Cruz vrcruz27@gmail.com 661-492-1495 Pete Knight President Natalie Anderson nataliegailanderson@gmail.com 661-480-4109 Quartz Hill President Niki Bakhru musicismywrld@gmail.com 661-310-8059

Divisional Board Lieutenant Governor Peter Chor d38w.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com 661-839-6696

Regional Advisors Ms. Jenn Skidmore bright_eyed78@yahoo.com

Divisional Executive Assistant Rashika Choudhary d38w.cnhkc.ea@gmail.com 661-400-9094

Mrs. Alyson Palmer apalmer@interact.ccsd.net

Divisional Secretary Dennis Malabanan d38w.cnhkc.divsec@gmail.com 661-618-7998 Divisional Newsletter Editor Victor Ly d38w.cnhkc.divnews@gmail.com 661-317-3479

Links Key Club International: www.keyclub.org CNH Cyber Key: www.cnhkeyclub.org D38W Reflector: groups.google.com/group/div38w Highland: www.wix.com/d38whhs/keyclub Paraclete: phskeyclub.weebly.com/ Eastside: www.wix.com/lancasterca/ehskeyclub

keyclub.org 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA • 317-875-8755 • US AND CANADA: 800-KIWANIS

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D38W December Newsletter  

Volume 2, Issue 7 by Victor Ly

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