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Husky Key Club Official Chino Hills High School October Newsletter-

Volume III | Issue VII | October Edition: Division 15 |Region 13 |California-Nevada-Hawaii District


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 2 President’s NoteKey Clubbers! It is truly incredible to see what our club has accomplished as of this month. We had close to 80 Key Clubbers attend AIDS Walk, our service hours have continued to improve immensely, and our membership is growing beautifully! As each general meeting or service event goes by, I become more and more honored to serve each of you as your club president. It is truly humbling to see so many high school students demonstrate their passion for service. I truly hope that each of you has found something that you love about this amazing organization. We have so many wonderful things coming up for the month of November, such as FALL RALLY. We have over 100 Key Clubbers attending from Chino Hills and we could not be more excited! For the month of November, an addition of two dedicated Key Clubbers will be made to the executive board! We are looking forward to making our Key Club family just a little bit bigger! This month we are also hoping to complete our charter for a Builders Club at Townsend Jr. High School. Our club is thriving in the most wonderful way, and it’s all thanks to you lovely members! Keep it up, Key Clubbers! Yours in Service, Sona Senapati


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 3 Editor’s Note and Table of ContentsHey Everyone! Can you believe that it’s almost November? That means that it’s almost time for FALL RALLY!! I don’t know about you guys, but I’m so excited. Even after Fall Rally, there are tons of exciting events that I can’t wait for. I hope that you guys are having a great experience so far in Key Club and I look forward to working with all of you soon! :)

That’s Me!

TABLE OF CONTENTSOpening Cover…………………………………………………………….…........1 President’s Note…………………………………………………………….……..2 Editor’s Note and Table of Contents………………………………...….3 Los Angeles Aids Walk 2013……………………………...………………..4 More Photos from Aids Walk………………………………………………...5 Rolling Ridge Recap………………………………………………………...…….6 Haunted Hike Recap………………………………………………….……...….7 Fall Rally Checklist…………….…...…………….……………………………..8 Division 15 Updates……………………………………….…………..….…….9 Freshmen Rep. and Director of Activities…………………….......10 Know that Officer?.......................................................11 Back Cover……….……………………………………………….…………….…..12


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 4 Los Angeles Aids Walk 2013AIDS Walk was a huge success thanks to all the Key Clubbers who came out to support the fight against AIDs. Though we endured a long wait for the buses to come, I hope everyone had a nice Sunday exercise, a great experience seeing so many walkers, and above all a fun time at one of our biggest Key Club events! We started our mission at 7 in the morning as we boarded the bus with friends and backpacks, ready for the hour long journey to LA. During the ride, many new Key Clubbers were introduced to our famous cheer, “HOW DO YOU FEEL?” By the time we arrived at West LA, we prepared our club flag and sign as volunteers gladly embraced us with granola bars and Gatorade bottles. I’m sure many felt just as proud as I was, seeing our flag outstand all the other flags around us. The walk started cool and easy, but turned steamy and tiring by 11. By the time noon hit, I’m sure we were all ready for the ice cream and Evolution drinks that awaited us. Thanks to all the company sponsors who donated the food and drinks, we were still quite refreshed and vibrant as we finished the 5K walk. With introductions to our Key Club spirit cheers and continual enthusiasm for service, I hope the annual AIDs Walk was great experience for everyone. Thanks again to all the Key Clubbers and chaperones who made the event possible! -Joyce Xiong


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 5 More Photos from Aids Walk-


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 6 Rolling Ridge RecapOn Friday, October 4th, from 4:30pm10:00pm, our lovely Key Club had the opportunity to volunteer at Rolling Ridge Elementary in Chino Hills. This was their annual Family Carnival Night that they always have at the beginning of the year to raise money for their school funds. We try to do this special event every year and once again had the chance to serve the community. At around 4:45pm, we began to help the PTA of Rolling Ridge set up the attractions that they would be offering that evening. There was a lot of great stuff, ranging from sports booths to rock climbing. There was also an air gun shooting zone that many of the kids went back for throughout the night. Our Club was given the task of handling the different booths. I choose the soccer booth, because I love to play as well as teach others. Anyhow, each member was given a specific booth and stayed there for the remainder of the evening. At around 5:20pm, the Rolling Ridge students and their families arrived, and at once, after they had bought game passes, began to try out all our different games. It was super busy, but we were all enjoying ourselves. Periodically, we were given water and food by the generous PTA. One of the highlights of the evening was when one of the young students made it to the top of the rock climbing zone. It took him forever (according to his parents), but he was ecstatic when he came down and had a large smile on his face. A few of our members switched stations (ex: one member went from the air-soft gun area to the football booth.) I was having so much fun that I stayed at the soccer booth all night. The music that was played throughout the night was actually quite decent. Also, the food was catered by Carl’s Junior; so many people enjoyed their dinner. As the night came to a close, we were tired, but fulfilled. The PTA offered us some of the leftover snacks, so we ate. Afterwards, when everyone had left, we helped pick up trash and take down the booths as well as the tables. It was an event full of fun and service.


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 7 Haunted Hike Recap“…….BOOOOO!!!” That was how scary some our Key Clubbers were during the Haunted Hike event on Saturday, October 26th at the McCoy Equestrian Center. Of course, we weren’t that scary during the entire event because there were two parts to the event, a tame version and a scary version. Members who had signed up to set-up props and “haunted tents” arrived around 11am that day. The characters, who were to be dressed up in costumes, had to arrive around 1pm. For the tame version, which was from 4pm-6pm, the characters were to just play along with the tour guides who were taking the patrons through the route. It was pretty fun. Senior Key Club member, Austin Roddick, and myself were in the Carnival/Gypsy area, and had to learn how to throw hula hoops to each other. By the end of the event, we were pros in the art of “hula hoop throwing.” Member Shana Wang as well as Officer Jaihee Choi interacted with the tour guides and the children, who seemed to be having a great time. BUT, when the sun went down, we knew it was time for the SCARY version. The mist was up, the masks went on, and we were ready to scare some people. So many people were terrified of us. Some of us didn’t even have to make a sound, the masks were frightening enough. Officer Sona Senapati, who had been selling tickets earlier, joined in the scaring. We all found creative ways to scare the people, and in the end, knew what it was like to be a “scarer” in Monsters Inc.


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 8 Fall Rally ChecklistHey Key Clubbers!!! Fall Rally is coming up on November 9th and will be from 7am-7pm. That’s right, a whole day to spend with your fellow Key Clubbers!

Here is a checklist of what you might need: -Money -Water -Phone -Spirit Gear (of course) -Medical Form -Comfortable Walking Shoes -Camera -A jacket or spirit gear sweatshirt (it’ll get a little chilly in the evening) -SPIRIT! **Very soon, a time will be given out for our Rally session. It will be held at the Golden Bear Theatre in the Six Flags Park and we would like each member to be there about an hour before the Rally begins. You will be given a small sheet of paper with our Division 15 cheers at PreFall Rally. Our Pre-Fall Rally will be held in the Chino Hill High MPR and will be from 4pm-7pm on November 8th.


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 9 Division 15 Updates-

-Division 15 will be holding a fundraiser for an event called Host Club, which will be held early next year. The fundraiser for the southern part of Division 15, which includes Chino Hills High School, will be held at the Yogurtland in Chino Hills from 12pm-8pm on October 29th. Come on out and support this fundraiser for this awesome event.

-Don Lugo High will be selling these sweet Giraffe drawstring bags for $8 at Pre-Fall Rally, which will be at CHHS in the MPR on November 8th! Look cool and show-off your Division 15 spirit!


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 10 Freshmen Rep. and Director of Activities-

-Our lovely executive board of officers will very soon be welcoming two additional officers: A Director of Activities and a 2017 Freshmen Representative.

-The new Activities Director of CHHS Key Club will solely be in charge of finding new and exciting service events for the club, remaining in contact with event coordinators, and maintaining a stable relationship with local charities /organizations.

- The Freshmen Rep. will be e a stable liaison for the Class of 2017 and keep them involved/ updated with all things Key Club. Complete delegated tasks assigned by officers throughout the year.

***Freshmen Rep. Application deadline extended to Wednesday, October 30th!!!


CHHS October Newsletter-Page 11 Know that Officer?

Dennis Chen: Secretary 1. Where are you from? “Taiwan.” 2. What are some of your hobbies? “Sleeping, Swimming.” 3. What you do love about Key Club? “How everyone becomes a family.” 4. What’s your favorite food? “Korean BBQ.” 5. What’s a weird fact about you? “Weird things happen when I sleep.” 6. If you could be a celebrity, who would you be? “Bruce Lee <3.” 7. What do you like most about your officer position as secretary ? “Updating yo hours.”


Thanks for Reading! :) Midway through the Key Club year! Keep on working hard!

Chino Hills High Key Club| Division 15| CaliforniaNevada-Hawaii District Chino Hills High School| 16150 Pomona Rincon Road, Chino Hills, California, 91709-3101 Editor: Jaie Peshawaria Email: keyclubexecutiveboard@gmail.com

CHHS Key Club October Newsletter  

Events, Updates, and more! Everything that has happened within Chino Hills High School's Key Club throughout October.

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