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Kiwanis Serving the Children of the World

California-Nevada-Hawaii District JANUARY 2014

Super heroes for children Kiwanis clubs focus on the needs and well-being of children in their communities and around the world. Photo by LYNN SEEDEN


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Super Heroes: We’re off to a super start Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis members, you are superheroes of

Oct. 1, and division teams are working

service!

on building new clubs in several

You provided happy holidays

means more super heroes, and more

homeless, organized parades,

hands of service.

Rae Whitby-Brummer funds for service, rang bells for 2013-14 Governor California-Nevada-Hawaii District Salvation Army, recognized and honored the service of veterans, and volunteered many thousands of service hours in the last three months. Those service hours equal smiles on children’s faces and countless lives touched. Thank you!

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communities. This membership increase

for many families, fed the sold See’s Candies to raise

of Kiwanis International raewhitby@aol.com

CNH membership is plus-230 since

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Thank you! As you “Grow-Serve-Lead” in 2014, join me in making (and keeping) one or more of these resolutions:

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1. Tell my friends why “I love my club” 2. Invite at least one guest each month to a project or meeting 3. Help build a new club

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Enjoying ‘Kiwanis Family’ time “Mr. Brummer!” These are the words that often greet me at a Service Leadership Program meeting or event. Rae and I have enjoyed attending many Service Leadership Programs (SLP) club meetings, regional trainings, fall rallies, district conventions, and board meetings in our years of Kiwanis service. It is so heart-warming to hear from former Key Club members who are now Circle K members. They tell me about their college experience and often say “thanks” for the Kiwanis clubs and members who mentored them during their Key Club experience. Former Circle K members who joined local Kiwanis clubs (or even formed their own) also share with me why they love service, and why they love Kiwanis. Aktion Club members cheer each other on, and seem to be always smiling. K-Kids and Builders Club members are emerging leaders, and always impress me with their enthusiasm and confidence. I am so proud to be a Kiwanis member, and I treasure this time spent with our Kiwanis Family. You can help by contributing to the First Gentleman’s Focus, “Our Kiwanis Family.” Your $5 donation will be recognized with a commemorative pin, and donations of $150 or more are

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recognized with a banner patch. Contributions help the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation programs, which include SLP leadership

4. Volunteer at a new club project

training and scholarships to the weekend leadership camp, Key Leader.

5. Contribute to my club Foundation, the

The Foundation also provides Pediatric Trauma Programs

Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation, and/or

grants for SLP clubs, support for the district convention of Aktion

the Kiwanis International Foundation

club, and the Kenneth Forror Scholarship Fund for Key Club and

6. Attend at least one Service Leadership

Circle K students.

Program meeting or event each month

Another way to be part of the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation

Lead

mission of “building a better future for our children” is to become a Champion for Children, with a monthly credit card contribution

7. Register for Mid-Year South (Feb. 1 ) or

(or minimum annual contribution).

Mid-Year North (March 1)

Thank you for sponsoring SLP clubs, thank you for mentoring these amazing

8. Volunteer for leadership (event chair,

young leaders, and thank you for always

club board, club officer, lieutenant governor,

remembering they are part of our Kiwanis

trustee, etc.)

Family.

9. Mentor a Service Leadership Program member

John Brummer

First Gentleman, 2013-14 California-Nevada-Hawaii District of Kiwanis International jrbkpltg7@aol.com

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10. Do more every day to be a Super Hero of Service! Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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The Kiwanis clubs throughout California, Nevada and Hawaii seek to meet the needs of children and families in their local communities and around the world. Division 7 East Sacramento Midtown

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East Sacramento Midtown Kiwanis members cooked and served around 160 hamburgers to attendees at the Ability to Compete Together (ACT) Games in Division 7 SACRAMENTO AREA October at Sac State. The Kiwanians were joined by five terrific Circle K members. The Games are a product of the Sacramento City Parks and Recreation District’s Access Leisure program, which provides opportunities for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. The Games provide an opportunity for participants to compete in various track and field events and to experience newer adaptive equipment for these sports. Game participants heard cheers and applause on the track as they were timed and awarded for their efforts. More info on ACT: www. accessleisuresac.org.

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Sacramento officially chartered a K-Kids club at D.W. Babcock Elementary School. Several Kiwanis officers and members attended the school assembly, where President Rita Beall and Club Advisor John Draper signed the charter document and provided information about Kiwanis and the Kiwanis Family House to the students. Babcock becomes the sixth school sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Sacramento, joining Key Clubs at Luther Burbank High School, Inderkum High School, CK McClatchy High School, Franklin High School and Rio Linda High School. Greater Sacramento Kiwanis members also donated new and gently used items to the school’s holiday boutique, where students were able to shop for gifts for family members.

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Division 34 Greater San Mateo (photo on facing page): The club hosted its annual

Holiday Shopping Spree for 55 underprivileged children on Dec. 14 at Kmart. Each child received $100 worth of clothing. Key Club members from five area high schools helped the children shop for clothes. K-Mart provided Christmas gifts for the children as well. The event was held in memory of Nicholas Crisafi, past club treasurer and founder of the club’s shopping spree event. He passed away on Oct. 19. MAIN PHOTO (facing page): Burlingame High School Key Club members with one of the participants at this year’s Greater San Mateo Holiday Shopping Spree. Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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CAL-NEV-HA MAGAZINE

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Vol. 94, No. 2

The Cal-Nev-Ha Magazine is the official publication of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District of Kiwanis International and is published by the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation.

2013-14 KIWANIS CAL-NEV-HA DISTRICT OFFICERS

Governor Governor-elect Treasurer District Secretary Imm. Past Gov. Parliamentarian

Rae Whitby-Brummer Alan Guire Craig Wallace Lori Butler Gary Jander Russell J. Kiner

Rady Children’s Hospital Holiday of Miracles Radiothon

Raising funds for children’s medical needs

Kiwanis Clubs throughout the San Diego area supported the annual Rady Children’s Hospital Holiday of Miracles Radiothon fundraiser. While Kyxy 96.5 FM interviewed the kids on the radio to millions of San Diego residents, Kiwanians sat by the phones and waited for donors to call in. The event raised $251,546.00 for sick and injured children who —Barry Kistler are served by the hospital. Photos taken at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego.

2013-14 KIWANIS CAL-NEV-HA FOUNDATION OFFICERS

President Vice President Sec’y / Treasurer Imm. Past Pres. Governor Governor-elect

Lanie Wheeler Russell J. Kiner Pete Horton Patrick A. “Pat” Liddell Rae Whitby-Brummer Alan Guire

Foundation 2011-14 Directors

Bob Isaacs Mark W. McDonald David Pinuelas Roy Talley Keith Rickey

Foundation 2012-15 Directors

Joni Ackerman Richard G. Olmstead, Jr. Harry Hull Evelyn Madison Richard Minatoya

Foundation 2013-16 Directors

Margo Dutton Debbie Scheibel James Stinger Sharron Varga Carol Wait

CAL-NEV-HA MAGAZINE Curt and Lynn Seeden, editors

magazine@cnhkiwanis.org CAL-NEV-HA DISTRICT OFFICE 8360 Red Oak St., Suite 201 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Office: (909) 989-1500 Toll Free: (877) 597-1770 Fax: (909) 989-7779

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The information contained in this magazine is for illustrative and discussion purposes only. It is intended to provide general information about the subject matter covered and is provided with the understanding that Kiwanis nor Cal-Nev-Ha is not rendering legal, accounting or tax advice. You should consult with appropriate counsel or other advisors on all matters pertaining to legal, tax or accounting obligations and requirements. Copyright ©2014 by the Cal-Nev-Ha District. All rights reserved.

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Tell us your Kiwanis stories Submit your latest club and division news and photos for the next Cal-Nev-Ha Magazine.

NEWS: __Tell us what great hands-on projects your clubs and SLP are doing recently or are planning to do in the next month or two. __Tell us any interesting “people” stories out of your club or SLP clubs. __Tell us if you have specifically made a difference in someone’s life in your community recently. __Tell us if you have a successful fundraiser you’d like to share with the readers. __Tell us if you have a successful public relations and marketing campaign. __Tell us if you’ve found a key(s) to creating a quality membership experience for your members.

PHOTOS: __High resolution .jpgs only (our email can accept up to 10 megs per email; send multiple emails if nec.). Include IDs of people in the photo(s). __Submit action photos that tell the story. __NO criminal line-up photos (photos of people standing in a line don’t tell a story). __NO big check photos (show us a photo of how the check was used instead ... ie, if your “check” was to fund a shopping spree for children, don’t show me the check, show me a Kiwanian/SLP shopping with a child).

Calendar Tuesday, Jan. 21: 99th anniversary of Kiwanis International Jan. 24-26: Circle K Winter Board meeting at the Kiwanis Professional Center, Rancho Cucumonga Friday, Jan. 31: CNH Foundation Board meeting at Hyatt Regency Orange County, Garden Grove, CA Saturday, Feb. 1: Mid-Year South at the Hyatt Regency Orange County, Garden Grove, CA Friday, Feb. 28: Board of Trustees meeting San Ramon Marriott, San Ramon Saturday, March 1: Mid-Year North at the San Ramon Marriott, San Ramon, CA July 17-20 Kiwanis International Convention Tokyo, Japan www.kiwanis.org/ convention/2014

__Faces / fronts only. __NO backs, please (trust me, people don’t like to have photos of their back sides all over the Internet). __Best story-telling photos get printed!

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__Deadline is 5 p.m. March 1 for the next issue. __Send to: magazine@cnhkiwanis.org Questions? E-mail Lynn Seeden at magazine@cnhkiwanis.org

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Division 1 Santa Monica: Santa Monica Kiwanians were among volunteers from several organizations that stepped

up to take 105 children aged 5-12 from the Salvation Army Santa Monica Corps on $100 shopping sprees for coats, sweaters, shoes and other winter-time necessities. (Photo courtesy of the Salvation Army Southern California)

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Huntington Beach: The club held its annual

Kiwanis Family House: The Kelly Foundation announced on Nov. 18 that it has awarded an $8,000 grant to the Kiwanis Family House to support the Sponsor A Family Program. The Kelly Foundation makes grants to various

Clothe the Children event on Dec. 7 at Walmart. Kiwanis members, SLP members and other volunteers took 110 underprivileged children on a shopping spree, with each child receiving $100 in warm clothing.

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charitable organizations including but not limited to educational institutions, hospitals, cultural activities, and groups for the benefit of children. The KFH is entering its 30th year in around-theclock operation. Just a sample number to throw to our readers: From October 2001 to October 2013 alone, Kiwanis Family House served 13,482 families. Division 11 San Diego: Kiwanis Club

of San Diego longtime member Bill Gibbs turned 103 on Oct. 6, celebrating with family, friends and fellow Kiwanians. According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Gibbs, who founded the Gibbs Flying School and the airport known as Montgomery Field, was joined at one of three birthday parties, held in a plane hangar, by some of his many former employees, including “Spider” Schossow, who was 18 when he went to work for Bill Gibbs. He’s now 88. Gibbs used to say he wanted to live to be 102 and be shot by a jealous husband. But after he turned 100, he revised his living goal to age 110.

Division 6 Inland Empire Young Professionals (a Kiwanis Club currently in formation): Members of the Inland Empire Young Professionals Kiwanis Club, together with the UC Riverside Circle K Club and dozens of volunteers, helped to pack 650 care packages for deployed service men and women. Each package contained such items as granola bars, tuna salad, dry soup, Ziploc bags, hot sauce (a highly requested item), hot chocolate, ChapStick, sunflower seeds, batteries, board games, iTunes gift cards and bug spray. The project was led by Operation Community Cares, an organization that strives to support the health and welfare of overseas American armed forces.

Division 13 Long Beach: The club once again had an entry in the December Belmont Shore Christmas Parade. The 28-foot float featured a steel drum band from Stevens Middle School and carried Kiwanians, Circle K and Key Club members. Division 16 Santa Clarita: The

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Kiwanis Club of Santa Clarita on Dec. 8 hosted its 22nd annual Six Flags Magic Mountain 5K and 1K runs, with proceeds going toward youth scholarships and community activities. Open to adults 18 and older, the challenging 5K course took runners through the park, traveling among the amusement

park’s roller coasters and rides. The club also accepted new, unwrapped toys valued at $20 or more to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley. Those who brought toys were, in exchange, given a free general admission ticket to Magic Mountain for that day. Continued on Page 14

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A street in Basey, Samar, Philippines fills with garbage swept in by seawater that rose up to 30 feet from Typhoon Haiyan. (Photo credit: istockphoto.com)

Kiwanis: Philippines relief The Kiwanis Club of Torrance Foundation raises funds to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan through Kiwanis clubs in the Philippines.

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uper Typhoon Haiyan swept across the central Philippines in early November, causing catastrophic damage. As the strongest storm ever to make landfall, the super typhoon has impacted more than 4 million people, according to the Kiwanis International Foundation. This includes some 1.7 million children living in the area.

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In the aftermath of this devastation, Kiwanis International Foundation President Lance Incitti and the board have approved $45,000 in disaster relief grants to clubs and districts in the Philippines to provide immediate support to the affected communities. Additional requests for emergency grants continue to be considered. Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District


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Part-time position open at the Cal-Nev-Ha District office The Cal-Nev-Ha District is accepting resumes for a parttime membership position working at the district office in Rancho Cucamonga. This position will begin in February or March and will be 20-24 hours a week. The right candidate must have extensive knowledge of Excel and databases, Microsoft

Word merge-mail and more. Knowledge of Kiwanis and membership structure required. Proven past sales success, self-motivation and followthrough a must. The person in this position will also be responsible for working with volunteer leaders responsible for membership

The Torrance Kiwanis Foundation also approved the collection of funds to be sent directly to the Philippines to assist the families that have been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. Kiwanis member Tony Molino is chair of this committee. He has already set up communications with Juan “Ito” Torres, past president of Kiwanis International and the Kiwanis Club of New Manila, to assist with the distribution of funds. Dr. Torres and his wife Alice are already working through the Kiwanis Clubs in the Philippines to get supplies and assistance to the families that were hit the hardest in the southern part of the Philippines. Persons interested in making a donation, can make a check payable to the Torrance Kiwanis Foundation, in the memo write “Typhoon Haiyan Relief.” For more information contact Tony Molino (323) 692-4010.

campaigns to follow through on membership related needs of our clubs. In addition, position will be responsible for sales of advertising, sponsorships, booths for conferences and conventions, web-site and the Cal-Nev-Ha Magazine (digital version). Extensive phone interaction

and limited travel to be expected. This will be a focused position with specific measureable goals to achieve. Outgoing personality a positive plus. Compensation based on experience and budget. Please send your cover letter and resume to office@ cnhkiwanis.org, attn: Lori Butler.

WHAT IF YOU COULD SAVE A BABY’S LIFE? With The Eliminate Project, you can. Maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) kills one baby every nine minutes. But three doses of a 60-cent vaccine can protect babies—and their mothers too. Kiwanis and UNICEF have joined forces to bring this vaccine to 40 countries, eliminating MNT from the face of the Earth by 2015. What can you do now? Grow your club, because you’ll need strength to take on the challenges of the campaign. Learn about MNT, and advocate for the cause. Over the next five years, the work you do to eliminate MNT will change the world. Find resources at www.TheEliminateProject.org.

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About 7,000 Kiwanis members, Circle K members, Key Club and KIWIN’S members and Builders Club members helped construct the Kiwanis International Rose Float, as well as about a dozen additional floats in Pasadena during the weeks prior to the Tournament of Roses Parade.

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Love is in the air in Northern California as Kiwanis Club of Rocklin members Lydia Khachadourian and and Jeff Olson were married this past summer.

Division 19 Lomita-Harbor City:

Club members on Nov. 9 participated in the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament held at PV Bowl. This year’s Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley regional fall bowling tournament included more than 300 athletes and 125 coaches from the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley regions. Division 19 Carson: The Kiwanis

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Jeff Olson and Lydia Khachadourian met in 2011 shortly before Lydia began her first year of presidency at the Kiwanis Club of Rocklin. Lydia had been part of the Kiwanis family since 1995. She first joined the Kiwanis Club of East Ventura shortly after being invited to speak at one of their meetings. Jeff was new to Kiwanis and he quickly jumped in and participated in many service projects and fundraisers, from selling See’s Candies (there may or may not have been waltz practice in the candy shack during their shifts), to feeding the homeless, to taking underprivileged children on shopping sprees at Christmastime. As Lydia began her second year of presidency, a secretary was needed for the new year. Jeff’s name was suggested. During the installation dinner in 2012, the program was switched around at the last minute, because they realized they needed to

Brunch on Dec. 4 with about 35 seniors and caregivers in attendance at the Doubletree Hotel. Special guest Kimberly Mitchell, adjunct professor and motivational speaker, gave an informative presentation on dealing with “holiday stress.” Santa made a guest appearance and mingled with the seniors and club song leaders led the singing of Christmas carols. Club members presented gift bags, which included candy donated by See’s Candies, and a raffle was held.

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Division 21 Ocean Beach: The

Kiwanis Club held its eighth annual Canine Carnival on Oct. 27. Dog lovers throughout San

induct Jeff as a new member before he could be installed as the club secretary. On New Year’s Eve 2012, Jeff proposed at the Ballroom of Sacramento (that dance practice in the candy shack paid off) and they were married six months later in Lydia’s parents’ back yard in Roseville, CA. The couple honeymooned in Jamaica, and two weeks later they spent their honeymoon “Part 2” at the International Kiwanis Convention in Vancouver. It is rumored that they are the first couple to become engaged and married during their presidential/ secretarial year. **On another heartwarming note, Lt. Governor Rich Kocher and longtime fiancée Judy Meadows were reportedly inspired by Jeff and Lydia to finally tie the knot as well. They were married on Dec. 22, 2013. Rev. Jeff Olson officiated the ceremony.

Diego County and beyond came for the annual event. The carnival gives people the opportunity to show off their four-legged children. It also gives local artisans the opportunity to show off their goods. Dozens of Kiwanians from Division 21 were on hand to help with the event. Competition for the coveted best of show title was tight. The winner ended Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District


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up being “Odie,” who was dressed as a turkey, sitting atop a Thanksgiving table, complete with Odie’s owner, dressed as a pilgrim. Odie’s owner, Lorraine has been coming to the carnival for years. Division 22 Honolulu: The club hosted

a talk by author Rob Simbeck, whose book, “Daughter of the Air,” tells the story of a 22-year-old former debutante from Nashville who was giving a flying lesson in the skies over Honolulu on Dec. 7, 1941 when she and her student were caught in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, landing amid machine-gun fire. A nationally known author, Simbeck told the club the stories about the WAFS, the first women ever to fly for the U.S. military. His talk was held Dec. 6. The club also manned the Gatorade and water stations for the annual Honolulu Marathon on Dec. 8. With the help of University of Hawaii Circle K and the Key Clubs from Roosevelt and St. Louis high schools, the club arrived at 3 a.m. to prepare for the event near the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Division 25 Warner Center-Woodland Hills: The Kiwanis Club held its 20th annual Kiwanis Equestrian Competition for Special Athletes at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center. The

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The Kiwanis Club of Greater Lodi’s Frosty the Snowman float, followed by members of the Lodi High School Key Club, took part in the city’s annual Christmas Parade. (Photo by Carla Frank)

Kiwanis highlights local talent in Lodi parade Division 27 Greater Lodi: The local newspaper

featured a photo of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Lodi’s entry of Frosty the Snowman (Carmen Bailey) riding in a sleigh during the annual Christmas Parade. Shown just in the background are members of the Lodi High Key Club. Not

club stages the equestrian event for athletes with physical and mental disabilities, such as autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Down syndrome. The club seeks donations from corporations and private sponsors in advance to pay for the daylong event, which costs about $10,000,

shown in the photo is a second cart driven by Kiwanian Randy Loh carrying club members CNH Gov. Rae Whitby-Brummer and Judi Horton who sang to this year’s theme “Christmas Carols.” Also riding was Immediate Past Lt. Gov. Tom Goad and new member Carla Frank.

reports the Los Angeles Daily News. The day’s events included showmanship, equitation or riding classes, trial and obstacle classes, as well as beginners trot and advanced canter riders, the newspaper reported. Continued on Page 17

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Fall rallies raise funds for PTP Key Clubbers and KIWIN’S members throughout the district gathered at their annual Fall Rallies in Northern California and Southern California to raise funds for Pediatric Trauma Programs. Together, the Key Club and KIWIN’S members raised more than $150,000 for PTP. Photos this page: More than 850 KIWIN’S members gathered in Anaheim for Fall Rally, easily topping the previous record of 650 attendance, reports Karina Wang, co-chair of the special projects committee. Gov. Rae Whitby-Brummer, below, was on hand for the KIWIN’S Fall Rally.

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Division 28 Las Vegas: The Kiwanis Club of Las Vegas held a benefit tour of the Goldstrom Private Auto and Collectibles Museum in November, reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The event raised funds for Kiwanis Club student scholarships and the American Parkinson’s Disease Association of Southern Nevada. Division 30 Greater Whittier:

The club made a $5,000 contribution to the Whittier Library in the name of longtime club member, Richard Argujio, who recently passed away. The donation will help with improvements at the library’s Mobility Center.

Division 44 Lincoln: Dyann Branch, the Immediate Past President of the Kiwanis Club of Lincoln, is the new membership chair for Division 44. Dyann kicked off the Division 44 membership drive by coming to the Division Council Meeting dressed as a horse racing jockey. Here Dyann explains the tote board that will be used to track Division 44 Club Growth in 2013-14. Who will win the Member’s Cup race?

Division 30 La Mirada: Several members of the club attended the grand opening of the Walmart Grocery Store in La Mirada on Nov. 6. During the event, Walmart handed out grants to six local organizations, including one for $1,000 to the Kiwanis Club. The club also held its annual children’s shopping spree on Dec. 5 at Sears. Club members took about 40 children shopping and each child received about $500 in clothing. Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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The Carmichael Kiwanis Band performs during a recent concert.

Kiwanis Club of Carmichael tunes in to the community There are many ways to market our Kiwanis Club ... getting

largest club in Division 44. The band includes about 20

information into the local paper,

musicians and vocalists. They

having a booth at community events,

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However the Kiwanis Club of Carmichael has found another way to get noticed. The Carmichael Kiwanis Band makes several appearances throughout the year Division 44 NORTH OF SACRAmento

well as Frank Sinatra tunes and other popular favorites. The band now consists of the following members: Saxophones: Wayne Reimers,

around town, like

Barbara Reimers, Diane Foster, John

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Tom McClelland. The musically inclined club has had a band for many years. Musicians are attracted to Carmichael because of the band, which is a big reason why Carmichael has the

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Trombones: Vern Bisho, Stan Read, Norm Jensen, Craig Yonker Trumpets: John Foster, Bill Fellers, Barry Ghezzi, Chuck Breitsprecher Rhythm: Gail Bisho, Mike Hoover, Jeff Stone Vocalists: Gail Bisho, Linda Dwyer, Stan Read

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Division 31 Santee: The Kiwanis Club of Santee in June hosted the annual Santee Junior Olympics. Hundreds of local school children competed in a day of athletics, with Cajon Park taking first. Division 31 Alpine: The Kiwanis

Club added two more rows of heroes to the Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor on Dec. 14. Included in this group is Fletcher Hills Kiwanian Jack Stangle and the uncle of Immediate Past Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio. The Wall of Honor, incidentally, has come to the attention of the national Ford Motor Co., which has a program called “Good Works” that recognizes special people and projects within the United States. Ford had a film crew at the event to tape footage for an upcoming commercial.

Riders begin the Century Ride, which is held in memory of Nick Venuto. (Poway News Chieftain) Division 37 Carlsbad: For the eighth consecutive year, Carlsbad Kiwanians volunteered to help participants in the Tour de Poway 100-mile bicycle race Oct. 6. Members of the club operated an Aid Station, where they served energy bars, fresh fruit, sandwiches, water and power drinks for the 600 cyclists who participated.

Division 42 Thousand Oaks:

Volunteers with the Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks and Cub Scout Pack 3789 of Oak Park painted over graffiti in a storm drain near Thousand Oaks Community Park on Nov. 10. The joint service project used recycled paint to cover up graffiti near the entrances to multiple drains near the park. Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

Division 37 Hidden Valley, Escondido: Members of

the Kiwanis Club honored Camp Pendleton Marine Sgt. Quentin Hamilton, who was injured while deployed in Afghanistan. Hamilton stepped on an improvised explosive device as he attempted to reach a fellow fallen Marine on Jan. 31, 2012. Sgt. Hamilton was assigned to 2nd battalion 4th Marines at Camp Pendleton. He was deployed overseas on five occasions, including time in Iraq, Japan and

Afghanistan. He suffered injuries to this hip, leg and foot and was treated at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Hamilton retired from the Marine Corps on Nov. 11. As part of Hidden Valley Kiwanis’ quarterly recognition ceremony, members presented Hamilton with $500 that the club raised for Operation Hero, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

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Kiwanis International Rose Float The ROSE FLOAT PROVIDES a WHOLESOME EVENT FOR THE ENTIRE KIWANIS FAMILY The Kiwanis International Rose Float provides an opportunity for 8,000 Key Club, Circle K, Builders Club, and Kiwanis members to decorate the Kiwanis float and about 15 additional floats throughout December. But this isn’t about decorating a Rose float. This is about thousands of Key Club, Circle K, Builders Club, and Kiwanis members who are: • Having fun with the Kiwanis family • Building character • Learning teamwork and leadership skills • Creating community and friendships • Gaining job skills Your contribution will help finance this wholesome, community experience for our Kiwanis-family teens and adults.

Please sponsor your 2014 Kiwanis International Rose Float: Float Rider .................................................$2,500 If space is available

Special Donor’s Plaque .................................. $65 Specify inscription:

Platinum Sponsor .....................................$1,000 $1,590 value: 1 banner patch, 1 plaque, 150 lapel pins, 250 opportunity drawing tickets

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Flower Buyer...................................................$25 Sweatshirt ...................................................$25 T-shirt ...................................................$15 Rose Float Pin...................................................$5 Please send your donation and contact information to: Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis District Office Attn: Rose Float Committee 8360 Red Oak St., Suite 201 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Questions? Dave Wallach, (626) 333-8426 pag.dsw@att.net

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Division 42 Simi Valley: The club once

again served food to Rose float decorating volunteers in Pasadena this year. The club served the weekends of Dec. 7, 14, and 21 and Dec. 26-31. Division 44 Rancho Murrieta: The

club has been collecting items as part of its Goods for the Troops program. Members have been bringing items that are being shipped to deployed troops in harm’s way. Among the items most requested are AAA batteries, beef jerky, hand cleanser, disposable razors, Gatorade and tuna in cans or pouches. Division 45

Division 45

Carson Valley: The Kiwanis

Carson Valley: The Kiwanis Club brought Christmas to the children of families in need

Club of Carson Valley hosted its annual Turkey Bingo fundraiser Nov. 23. Attendees purchased bingo cards for 25 cents each per game in hopes of winning one of 60 turkeys or the grand prize: a $100 Walmart gift card.

during Operation Santa Claus at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, the Carson Valley Times reported. With help from hundreds of volunteers, 647 children from 250 families within the community received presents at the charity event. About 165 bicycles and helmets were also distributed to children. The children are pre-qualified through Douglas County Social Services, Washoe Tribal Social Services, the Family Support Council, CASA, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, and special needs presented by the local churches. The project is in its 24th year.

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99th CONVENTION July 17–20, 2014 Tokyo, Japan

www.kiwanis.org/convention/2014

Join Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanians at the 2014 Kiwanis International Convention in Tokyo. CNH contact: Dan Rodgers (619) 540-5971 Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District Email: danrodgers2@gmail.com

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Mid-Years The One-Day Conference for All Kiwanis Members

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A day of informative workshops, a chance to renew old friendships, a fun interclub luncheon and an opportunity to support Kiwanis International’s Eliminate Project await attendees at this year’s Midyear Conferences. This year’s Mid-Year South is Jan. 31Feb. 2 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County & Conference Center, 11999 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove CA. This year’s Mid-Year North will be held Feb. 28-March 2 at the San Ramon Marriott, 2600 Bishop Drive, San Ramon, CA.

Register online at www.cnhkiwanis.org. This is an opportunity to learn more in less time with the CNH District’s new Kiwanis TraK system of learning. You can start your day at the Rose Float Breakfast or The Eliminate Project Walk. Following the opening session, you and your fellow members simply choose a TraK program. Speakers rotate throughout each two-hour session. Check the district website for topics. Get credit for the Interclub Luncheon and stroll the booth exhibits and stop at a new booth, The Question Bar. Here’s a chance to speak with a knowledgeable leader who will serve you up the answer to your most pressing questions. Then pick your next TraK session before the closing session. Stay another night and attend the Super Bowl of Saving Lives (South) Pre-Super Bowl Dinner and Fundraiser for KI’s Eliminate Project or Super Stars of Saving Lives (North) Dinner and Fundraiser for KI’s Eliminate Project. Needing a little leadership know-how and inspiration? Join us Friday afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. for the first-ever Key Leader training for adults. Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District


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These special ticket prices are not available once you arrive at the Resort. Our ticket store closes at 9:00 PM PST

on Friday, January 31, 2014.

Don’t delay! Prices are subject to change without notice. These specially priced tickets are intended only for guests that are participating in this Event. Only the registered attendee is allowed to purchase tickets from this discounted ticket store link and they can purchase up to 8 tickets maximum. We reserve the right to contact the ticket purchaser to request event registration confirmation. If it is discovered that the purchaser of the ticket is not participating or attending this event it will be considered a misuse of this offer and ticket, and the ticket(s) will be blocked and will not be eligible for a refund. In addition these tickets cannot be purchased for the purpose of being resold.

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By STEVE DREYER

Reach out to “gatekeeper” members of your community, such as elected and non-elected local leaders, PTA presidents, and community event chairs and educate them about your

or the past two years the Kiwanis Club of Poway has been trying out some new ways to gain members. The club has brought in more than 20 members during this time period.

club. They may or may not join, but they have networks of friends who might be directed to your club by them.

We’d like to share what we’ve learned:

Joint venture with other non-profits in your community on big service or fundraising

Increase your club’s presence at local elementary and middle schools by establishing K-Kids and Builders Clubs programs. Parents of children in these

age groups are generally more involved in school and tend to take more of an interest in programs related to leadership growth and service. Recruit them as program helpers and introduce them to Kiwanis. Develop strategies for introducing Kiwanis to “empty nest” parents who miss doing things with kids. Many have

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events. Members of the other group may know little or nothing about Kiwanis. Working together, they are exposed to your club and may join. Offer a service-only membership option.

Members who can’t make weekly meetings due to work or childcare issues can still contribute valuable service hours on weekends and evenings. For more club membership ideas or help with your club’s growth, contact Club Membership Chair Dave Schmitt at (714) 501-6244 or dms53@ pacbell.net. Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District


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HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP: Key Club and KIWIN’S leadership attended the annual Winter Board meetings.

Attention Circle K alumni

Circle K is soliciting nominations for the 2014 Outstanding CKI Alumni Award and 2014 Humanitarian Award. The Circle K International Outstanding Alumni Award recognizes one outstanding Circle K alumnus who has remained committed to the realization of mankind’s potential after his or her years as a Circle K member. To be eligible for this award, the nominated person must have been a duespaid member of Circle K International for at least one administrative year. Nominees may have continued with their involvement with the Kiwanis-family upon their graduation, have accomplishments in the non-profit or other service-oriented fields. However, this is not a requirement. The winner of the award will be invited to attend the Circle K International Convention and accept the recognition. The Humanitarian Award is designed

Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

to recognize one individual annually whose efforts on behalf of others have significantly contributed to the betterment of the world. Any individual who has had a positive impact on humanity is eligible to receive this award. Candidates may be nominated by any member in good standing with Circle K International. How to nominate: There is no application form for nomination for either award. Nominations should be written as a narrative or letter to the CKI board and include a brief description why the person should be considered for this honor. The Humanitarian award should also include examples of the positive impact of this individual on humanity. Nominations are due Feb. 15. Go to www.circlek.org/news.aspx for more information.

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Safety:

Take action against distraction One in five high school students cross a street while distracted—most while texting or wearing headphones. “Distracted walking” is one of the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation’s Pediatric Trauma Program focuses. Injuries among older teens are on the rise—an increase of 25 percent over the previous five years. Safe Kids Worldwide reminds parents they can educate their kids about the dangers of being distracted. Here are some tips: • Talk to your kids about how to be safe while walking. It’s always best to walk on sidewalks or paths and cross at street corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Most injuries happen mid-block or someplace other than intersections. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic and as far away from vehicles as possible. • Teach kids at an early age to put down their devices and then look left, right and left again when crossing the street. • Remind kids to make eye contact with drivers before crossing the street and to watch out for cars that are turning or backing up. Teach them not to run or dart out into the street or cross between parked cars. • Be aware of others who

may be distracted—and speak up when you see someone who is in danger. • If your kids need to use a cell phone, teach them to stop walking and find a safe area to talk. • For headphones, pull them down or turn off the volume before crossing the street.

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Safe Kids also offers these tips for motorists: • When driving, be especially alert in residential neighborhoods and school zones and be on the lookout for bikers, walkers or runners who may be distracted or may step into the street unexpectedly. • Give pedestrians the right

of way and look both ways when making a turn to help spot any bikers, walkers or runners who may not be immediately visible. • When driving, put cell phones and other distractions in the back seat or out of sight until your final destination. More information: www. safekids.org.

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Have you been considering joining the Rose Float Fellowship? Are you interested in recognizing someone special with the William A. Dunlap Fellowship? Do you want to build a better future for children? The Rose Float Fellowship & Dunlap Fellowship Award Package will accomplish all three objectives. The Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation is pleased to introduce this exciting opportunity!

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It’s as easy as 1 . . 2 . . 3 . . Here’s how it works: 1. Become a member of the Foundation’s Rose Float Fellowship—or upgrade today! 2. Become a member of the Foundation’s William A. Dunlap Fellowship— or upgrade today! 3. Pat yourself on the back . . . you’re doing your part to build a better future for our children!

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Make a donation today to the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation

Champions for Children:

To help our donors become more involved in our projects, we created Champions for Children, an annual sustaining donor program which provides the Foundation with an unrestricted source of revenue. This year, First Gentleman John has adopted this program as a way to encourage others to support his First Gentleman’s focus. For more information about the Champions for Children initiative, including how to become a Champion and receive a commemorative pin, visit cnhfoundation.org. Donations to Champions for Children are set up as monthly automatic deductions from your credit card or debit card.

Distinguished Service Award (DSA):

This Foundation award is presented to a Kiwanian or community member in appreciation for “many hours of service to Kiwanis and the community.” Distinguished Service Awards support our Pediatric Trauma Program, club grants, Service Leadership Programs Scholarships & Leadership Training and our other program services. A Distinguished Service Award is available for a $150 one-time donation and can come from your club’s service account.

Friends of the Foundation:

Friends of the Foundation support the Foundation’s Service Leadership Programs (SLP) Scholarship Fund, or may designate their contribution as unrestricted, allowing the Board to allocate the contribution depending on the current need. Yearly gifts of all sizes are accepted. For as little as $100 per year you too can become a Friend of the Foundation and receive a beautiful plaque that can be updated yearly with your continued support.

Kiwanis Professional Center:

Support the Kiwanis Professional Center through the purchase of “Building Bricks.” Commemorative inscribed bricks are available and are a thoughtful way to memorialize an event, a club or a person. Bricks are available in incriments of $150, $250, $500 or $1,000, depending on the amount of wording inscribed. An original brick is placed at the Kiwanis Professional Center. A keepsake brick is available for an additional fee for you or your honoree.

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F O U N DAT I O N N E W S is sponsored by a $1,000 donation from

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THANK YOU TO THESE $100 SPONSORS OF “THE OBJECTS OF KIWANIS” for 2012-2013 –DIVISION 39– –DIVISION 24– Kiwanis Club of Shasta Dam Past Lt. Gov. Richard Benitez Past Lt. Gov. Hilding Larson –DIVISION 41– Past President Jimmy Quinonez –DIVISION 3– Kiwanis Club of Laguna Hills Past Foundation President Saddleback –DIVISION 27– Pat & Pam Liddell To give primacy to the human and spiritual Kiwanis Club of Greater Lodi rather than to the material values of life. –DIVISION 42– Past Lt. Gov. Tony & Dianne Montalbo –DIVISION 6– Kiwanis Club of Camarillo Past Lt. Gov. To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks –DIVISION 28– Dennis & Heather Hodges in all human relationships. Marek Kiwanis Club of Uptown Marti –DIVISION 45– Past Lt. Gov. Larry Petrik Riverside Past Gov. Past Lt. Gov. Len Yelinek To promote the adoption and the application Tom & Cheryl Millham Kiwanis Club of Las Vegas Strip –DIVISION 11– of higher social, business and professional Past Lt. Gov. Tom Bauer standards. –DIVISION 47– –DIVISION 31– Past Lt. Gov. Dave Knackert Foundation Exec. Director –DIVISION 14– To develop, by precept and example, a more Pete & Dianne Horton Kiwanis Club of Early Risersintelligent, aggressive and serviceable Yuba City Imm. Past District Governor To add your Kiwanis Club citizenship. Gary & Donna Jander or individual member as a sponsor, e-mail: Past District Trustee –DIVISION 15– To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical Ken & Pat Umbarger Past Lt. Gov. Sheri Haendiges christy@cnhkiwanis.org means to form enduring friendships, to –DIVISION 33– –DIVISION 19– render altruistic service, and to build better Kiwanis Club of Westchester, Past Lt. Gov. John & Elaine Nichelson communities. Bakersfield –DIVISION 20– To cooperate in creating and maintaining –DIVISION 34– Past Lt. Gov. that sound public opinion and high idealism Past Lt. Gov. Judy Litteer Bob & Deanne Masino which make possible the increase of Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto righteousness, justice, patriotism and good will. –DIVISION 22– Past Lt. Gov. Adele Rugg –DIVISION 37– —Adopted unanimously at the Past District Trustee Kiwanis Club of Oceanside Pacific 1924 Kiwanis International Convention Roy & Audrey Kagawa in Denver, Colo. after Kiwanis President –DIVISION 38– Edmund Arras gave an empassioned speech explaining the See the next page Past Gov. –DIVISION 23– proposed Objects. Richard & Cheryl Olmstead Past District Treasurer Al Sieczkowski

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During the same convention, the delegates voted to change the organization’s name to simply “Kiwanis International.”

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2013-2014 Digital Magazine Sponsor Form Date _______________ Club ______________________________________Division ____ Name (& most-current title,______________________________________________________ How do you want this sponsorship printed?  club name  your name (spouse:______________________)

Your street or P.O. Box address ____________________________________________________________ City _____________________________________ST. ______________ZIP _________________________ Daytime Phone ______________________________ E-mail _____________________________________ Any special wording? ____________________________________________________________________ Back page listing (cost per year — 4 issues):  Back Page sponsor/listing (100 total spaces).................................. $100 ...................................................................................................... available The Objects of Kiwanis Governor and First Gentleman (cost is per year - 4 issues): 2.  Governor’s

column (half page)..........................................................$700 ($750 after Jan. 15)........................................ available

3.  First Gentleman’s column (half page).......................……......................$700 ($750 after Jan. 15).......................................... available News pages (cost is per year - 4 issues): 4.  Kiwanis Club news (full page $1,000) ($1,100 after Jan. 15)................................................................................................. available 5.  Circle K news (full page $1,000) ($1,100 after Jan. 15)........................................................................................................... available 6.  Key Club news (full page $1,000) ($1,100 after Jan. 15)..................................................................................................... available 7.  KIWIN’S news (full page $1,000) ($1,100 after Jan. 15).................................................................................................... available 8.  Builders Club news (half page $500) ($550 after Jan. 15)........................................................................................ .........available 9.  K-Kids Club news (half page $500) ($550 after Jan. 15)........................................................................................ .........available 10.  Aktion Club news (half page $500) ($550 after Jan. 15).......................................................................................................... available Club Tools pages (cost is per year - 4 issues): 11.  Public Relations column (quarter page)..............................................$250 ($265 after Jan. 15)....................................... available 12.  Fund-raising column (quarter page).....................................................$250 ($265 after Jan. 15)....................................... available 13.  Membership ideas column (quarter page).........................................$250 ($265 after Jan. 15)....................................... available 14.  Club-building column (quarter page)....................................................$250 ($265 after Jan. 15)....................................... available 15.  Risk-management column (quarter page)...............................................$250 ($265

after Jan. 15)....................................... available

Specialty columns (cost is per year - 4 issues): 16.  Kiwanis International Foundation (half page)..................................... $500 ($550 after Jan. 15)............................................ available 17.  Rose Float ad (half page)................................................................... $500 ($550 after Jan. 15)............................................ available 18.  Calendar (quarter page)............................................................................$250 ($265

after Jan. 15)............................................ available

19.  Roll Call (quarter page).............................................................................$250 ($265

after Jan. 15)............................................ available

Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation (cost is per year - 4 issues): 20.  Foundation news (full page) ................................................................$675 ($725 after Jan. 15)........................................... available 21.  Foundation President’s Column (quarter page)...................................$250 ($265 after Jan. 15)........................................... available 22.  Kids’ Safety/P.T.P. ad (half page)...........................................................$500 ($550 after Jan. 15)............................................ available 23.  Pediatric Emergency Medicine ad (half page)....................................$500 ($550 after Jan. 15)............................................ available

TOTAL ENCLOSED $______________________ (Acct. 407/225.04/GF) Please mail form & check payable to: Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis District Office, 8360 Red Oak St., #201, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Questions RE: Sponsorship? Pay by Credit Card? — Christy Martinez (909) 989-1500 ext. 101 Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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2014 Mid-Year Conference South

February 1, 2014  Hyatt Regency Orange County, Garden Grove, CA 11999 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove, CA 92840 Reservations: (714) 750-1234 or https://resweb.passkey.com/go/kiwanis14

Conference Registration Instructions  NEW THIS YEAR – Friday: Key Leader for Adults Saturday: Eliminate Project Walk and Super Bowl of Saving Lives Dinner Sunday: Super Bowl Party (limited to first 100 people)  Use one (1) registration form for all people you are paying for. Non-Kiwanians/Guests who do not attend regular sessions are not charged a registration fee but must pay for attending registered meal functions.  Clubs in host divisions 4, 30 and 41 qualify for the discounted 100% registration rate by paying for the entire club based on the certified membership numbers as of September 30, 2013 (paying for a minimum of 15 members and a maximum of 50 members at $15 each – for example, if your club has 10 members, you would pay $225 (15 member minimum x $15). If your club has 125 members, you would pay $750 (50 member maximum x $15). If your club has 40 members, you would pay $600 (40 members x $15). Please only list the members anticipated to attend the conference on the registration form.  All convention registrations must be received in the District Office no later than January 24, 2014. No registrations/meals are guaranteed until payment is received in the District Office. If registration with payment is not received by this date, you must hand carry your form to the Mid-Year Conference and register at the on-site desk at the cost of $55. Please do not fax your registration form after the registration deadline.  No tickets sold separately without payment of registration fees. There is no guarantee meal tickets will be sold on site. Note: meal tickets are on a first come-first served basis. Inter-club luncheon traditionally sells out before the registration deadline date.  Cancellation Policy - Any conference or meal cancellation request must be submitted in writing to the District Office at the address noted below or emailed to convention@cnhkiwanis.org. Full refund, less a $10.00 processing fee, will be granted for requests received at the District Office by 5:00 p.m., on January 24, 2014. No refunds can be granted for requests received after the cancellation deadline. Phone cancellations cannot be accepted.  NEW: Season Ticket Holder Policies– Plan ahead and save! This season, our Season Ticket Holders pay registration fees for both the 2014 Mid-Year South & 2014 District Convention (DCON) in San Diego (August 14-16, 2014) at the discounted rate of $175 and also receive complimentary registration to the 2014 Mid-Year North in San Ramon (March 1) and the Super Bowl Party on February 2, 2014 (limited to the first 100 people). As an added benefit, individuals may request to be billed quarterly by choosing the bill me later option (4 equal payments of $45 in January, March, May, July which includes a $1.25 additional fee per bill). Season Ticket Holder fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Hotel Reservations Instructions To make hotel reservations with the Hyatt Regency Orange County, call (714) 750-1234 or log on to or https://resweb.passkey.com/go/kiwanis14 Please be sure to mention Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis to receive the special conference rate of $119 per night (plus taxes and fees). Hotel reservations & group rate cannot be guaranteed after January 14, 2014. All cancellations/changes must be made directly with the hotel at least 72 hours in advance of arrival.

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Registration Received Deadline: January 24, 2014 by 5:00 p.m. Please fax this form to 909-989-7779 or California-Nevada-Hawaii email to convention@cnhkiwanis.org by the deadline! Please call our office at 877-597-1770 to confirm your registration has been received.

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Spouse/Guest Registrant’s Name* (Last Name)

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Club or if a Non-Kiwanian, please list city and state: MY ATTACHED PAYMENT COVERS THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

NEW: A $50 Savings!

REGISTRATION FEES

Season Ticket Holder – Registration Fee for both Mid-Year & District Convention (DCON) (San Diego: August 14-16, 2014) by 1/24/14 (see page 3 for bill me later option) ......................... x $175.00** = $ ** Includes COMPLIMENTARY Registration to Mid-Year North and Super Bowl Party on 2/2/14 – must register to receive

REGISTER BEFORE: 1/13/14: A $10 Savings!

BEFORE 1/13/14 Individual Registration Fee per Kiwanian........................................

(Acct. 20.410.05 - $40 MY/$135 DCON)

x $45.00 = $ (Acct. 20.410.02)

REGISTER AFTER: 1/13/14: A $5 Savings!

AFTER 1/13/14 and by 1/24/14 Individual Registration Fee per Kiwanian ...............

x $50.00 = $ (Acct. 20.410.01)

REGISTER ON-SITE:

Individual Registration Fee per Kiwanian .....................................................................

x $55.00 = $ (Acct. 20.410.03)

HOST DIVISIONS 100% CLUB REGISTRATION: Qualifying clubs in Divisions 4, 30 & 41 only. Must register entire club using certified membership numbers as of September 30, 2013. Host Division 100% Club Registration fees (min. 15 – max. 50) by 1/24/14 ...............

x $15.00 =$ (Acct. 20.410.04)

Must volunteer min. 2 hours per member in attendance. (Check box to certify) Non-Kiwanian/Guest Registration ..................................................................................

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MEALS & EVENTS (Friday only): Key Leader Training For Adults – 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

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Eliminate Project Walk – 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. Walk the exciting area near Disneyland for a great cause, includes T-Shirt ........................................

x $20.00 = $

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Rose Float Breakfast – 7:00 a.m. Buffet of gourmet fruit, pastries, juice, coffee and tea .....................................................................

x $24.00 = $ (Acct 20.412.11)

Inter-club Luncheon – 12:00 p.m.

Southwest chicken Caesar salad with chipotle Caesar, cotija cheese, roasted corn, black beans and tortilla strips, cornbread muffins, coffee, tea and sweet potato cheesecake for dessert ..............................

x $33.00 = $ (Acct 20.412.03)

Vegetarian option is Butternut Ravioli with sage cream sauce If you prefer a low-fat/vegetarian lunch entrée, please indicate quantity needed _______

Eliminate Project – The Super Bowl of Saving Lives - Dinner & Auction ............

x $65.00 = $

(Acct 20.412.12) 6:00 p.m. Social Hour and Silent Auction / no-host bar. Come dressed in your favorite NFL team colors or attire. 7:00 p.m. Dinner includes Entertainment & Program, a no-host bar and OC Brewhouse Station turkey chili in bread bowls, build-your-own potato skins, Buffalo chicken, pulled BBQ chicken sliders, beer-braised bratwurst, vegetables, fries, dessert and more!

If you have special dietary or accommodation needs, please indicate here:

NEW: Sunday Super Bowl Party (limited to first 100 registered) (Acct 20.412.01)

2:30 p.m. Party begins. Snacks provided. Location in hotel TBA.

Season Ticket Holder .........................................................................................................

x $0.00 = $

Non-Season Ticket Holder................................................................................................

x $10.00 = $

OPTION FOR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ONLY: Bill Me: ______ (4 equal payments of $45 in January, March, May, July) (a $1.25 additional fee per bill applies) By checking the bill me option, I understand my credit card will be charged (or I will be invoiced and can send in a check) for the registration fees of the individuals listed as season ticket holders on this form and these charges are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

SUB-TOTAL REGISTRATION FEES $ SUB-TOTAL MEALS & EVENTS $ TOTAL $

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If you wish to use your American Express, Visa, MasterCard or Discover card, please complete the following: Cardholder Name

Signature

/ Card Number

Expiration Date

Security Code*

*For American Express customers, the security code is the 4 digit code located above your credit card number on the front of your card; For Visa, MasterCard or Discover customers, the security code is the last 3 digits located on the back of your card.

If your credit card billing address is different than above, please provide the billing address on the line below. Thank You. You may fax credit card orders to (909) 989-7779, or if paying by check, make check payable and mail to: Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis, 8360 Red Oak Street, Suite 201, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Paid by:

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Check _____

Credit Card _____

Cash ____

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2014 Mid-Year Conference South – February 1, 2014

Registration

Hyatt Regency and Convention Center -- Orange County, Garden Grove, CA Additional Registrants Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Rose Float Breakfast____ Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____) Eliminate Project Dinner____ Super Bowl Party____ Special dietary or accommodation needs _________________________________ Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Rose Float Breakfast____ Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____) Eliminate Project Dinner____ Super Bowl Party____ Special dietary or accommodation needs _________________________________ Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Rose Float Breakfast____ Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____) Eliminate Project Dinner____ Super Bowl Party____ Special dietary or accommodation needs _________________________________ Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Rose Float Breakfast____ Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____) Eliminate Project Dinner____ Super Bowl Party____ Special dietary or accommodation needs _________________________________ Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Rose Float Breakfast____ Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____) Eliminate Project Dinner____ Super Bowl Party____ Special dietary or accommodation needs _________________________________ (Attach extra copies of page 3 as needed) Kiwanis California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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2014 Mid-Year Conference North March 1, 2014  San Ramon Marriott, San Ramon, CA 2600 Bishop Dr., San Ramon, CA 94583 Reservations: (925) 867-9200 or Housing Link - Click Here!

Conference Registration Instructions  NEW THIS YEAR – Friday: Key Leader for Adults Saturday: Eliminate Project Walk and Super Stars of Saving Lives Dinner Sunday: Academy Awards Party (limited to first 100 people)  Use one (1) registration form for all people you are paying for. Non-Kiwanians/Guests who do not attend regular sessions are not charged a registration fee but must pay for attending registered meal functions.  Clubs in host divisions 2, 8 and 26 qualify for the discounted 100% registration rate by paying for the entire club based on the certified membership numbers as of September 30, 2013 (paying for a minimum of 15 members and a maximum of 50 members at $15 each – for example, if your club has 10 members, you would pay $225 (15 member minimum x $15). If your club has 125 members, you would pay $750 (50 member maximum x $15). If your club has 40 members, you would pay $600 (40 members x $15). Please only list the members anticipated to attend the conference on the registration form.  All convention registrations must be received in the District Office no later than February 21, 2014. No registrations/meals are guaranteed until payment is received in the District Office. If registration with payment is not received by this date, you must hand carry your form to the Mid-Year Conference and register at the on-site desk at the cost of $55. Please do not fax your registration form after the registration deadline.  No tickets sold separately without payment of registration fees. There is no guarantee meal tickets will be sold on site. Note: meal tickets are on a first come-first served basis. Inter-club luncheon traditionally sells out before the registration deadline date.  Cancellation Policy - Any conference or meal cancellation request must be submitted in writing to the District Office at the address noted below or emailed to convention@cnhkiwanis.org. Full refund, less a $10.00 processing fee, will be granted for requests received at the District Office by 5:00 p.m., on February 21, 2014. No refunds can be granted for requests received after the cancellation deadline. Phone cancellations cannot be accepted.  NEW: Season Ticket Holder Policies– Plan ahead and save! This season, our Season Ticket Holders pay registration fees for both the 2014 Mid-Year North & 2014 District Convention (DCON) in San Diego (August 14-16, 2014) at the discounted rate of $175 and also receive complimentary registration to the 2014 Mid-Year South in Garden Grove (February 1) and the Academy Awards Party on March 2, 2014 (limited to the first 100 people). As an added benefit, individuals may request to be billed quarterly by choosing the bill me later option (4 equal payments of $45 in February, April, June, August which includes a $1.25 additional fee per bill). Season Ticket Holder fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Hotel Reservations Instructions To make hotel reservations with the San Ramon Marriott, call (925) 867-9200 or Housing Link - Click Here! Please be sure to mention Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis to receive the special conference rate of $109 per night (plus taxes and fees). Hotel reservations & group rate cannot be guaranteed after February 12, 2014. All cancellations/changes must be made directly with the hotel at least 24 hours in advance of arrival.

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Registration Received Deadline: February 21, 2014 by 5:00 p.m. Please fax this form to 909-989-7779 or California-Nevada-Hawaii email to convention@cnhkiwanis.org by the deadline! Please call our office at 877-597-1770 to confirm your registration has been received.

Kiwanis

Kiwanis

California-Nevada-Hawaii District

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www.cnhkiwanis.org

2014 Mid-Year Conference North – March 1, 2014

Registration

SIGN UP

San Ramon Marriott, San Ramon, CA

North

Please print legibly or type all information

Kiwanian’s Name (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

Address Club

Division

Preferred Contact #: (

Office Held

)

E-mail Address:

Spouse/Guest Registrant’s Name* (Last Name)

E-mail Address:

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

(*For additional registrants list names on pg. 3)

Club or if a Non-Kiwanian, please list city and state: MY ATTACHED PAYMENT COVERS THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

NEW: A $50 Savings!

REGISTRATION FEES

Season Ticket Holder – Registration Fee for both Mid-Year & District Convention (DCON) (San Diego: August 14-16, 2014) by 2/21/14 (see page 3 for bill me later option) ......................... x $175.00** = $ ** Includes COMPLIMENTARY Registration to Mid-Year South and Academy Awards Party on 3/2/14 – must register to receive

REGISTER BEFORE: 2/10/14: A $10 Savings!

BEFORE 2/10/14 Individual Registration Fee per Kiwanian........................................

(Acct. 20.410.05 - $40 MYN/$135 DCON)

x $45.00 = $ (Acct. 20.410.02 MYN)

REGISTER AFTER: 2/10/14: A $5 Savings!

AFTER 2/10/14 and by 2/21/14 Individual Registration Fee per Kiwanian ...............

x $50.00 = $ (Acct. 20.410.01 MYN)

REGISTER ON-SITE:

Individual Registration Fee per Kiwanian .....................................................................

x $55.00 = $ (Acct. 20.410.03 MYN)

HOST DIVISIONS 100% CLUB REGISTRATION: Qualifying clubs in Divisions 2, 8 & 26 only. Must register entire club using certified membership numbers as of September 30, 2013. Host Division 100% Club Registration fees (min. 15 – max. 50) by 2/21/14 ...............

x $15.00 =$ (Acct. 20.410.04 MYN)

Must volunteer min. 2 hours per member in attendance. (Check box to certify) Non-Kiwanian/Guest Registration ..................................................................................

x GUEST = GUEST

SUB-TOTAL REGISTRATION FEES $

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MEALS & EVENTS (Friday only): Key Leader Training For Adults – 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Includes materials and beverages ................................................................................................

x $15.00 = $

(Acct 25.424.02 MYN)

Eliminate Project Walk – 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. Walk the exciting area around the scenic Pacbell Track for a great cause, includes T-Shirt ...................

x $20.00 = $

(Acct 116.CL-MYN)

Rose Float Breakfast – 7:00 a.m. Buffet of gourmet fruit, pastries, juice, coffee and tea .....................................................................

x $23.00 = $ (Acct 20.412.11 MYN)

Inter-club Luncheon – 12:00 p.m. Sesame Chicken salad with tossed green, mandarin oranges, grilled chicken fried wontons with House Asian dressing, iced tea and apple tartin for dessert ..........................................................................

x $28.00 = $ (Acct 20.412.03 MYN)

Vegetarian option is Wild Mushroom Penne with pomodoro sauce If you prefer a low-fat/vegetarian lunch entrée, please indicate quantity needed _______

Eliminate Project – The Super Stars of Saving Lives - Dinner & Auction .............

x $65.00 = $

(Acct 20.412.12 MYN) 6:00 p.m. Social Hour and Silent Auction / no-host bar/ fun activities. Come dressed to walk the red carpet. 7:00 p.m. Dinner includes Entertainment & Program, a no-host bar and Mediterranean rubbed roasted chicken, stewed heirloom tomato compote, cinnamon scented rice, Tri Valley harvest salad, coffee, tea and New York Cheesecake for dessert

Vegetarian option is Chick Pea and Potato Curry with cinnamon scented brown basmati rice If you prefer a low-fat/vegetarian lunch entrée, please indicate quantity needed _______

If you have special dietary or accommodation needs, please indicate here:

NEW: Academy Awards Party (limited to first 100 registered) (Acct 20.412.01 MYN)

2:30 p.m. Party begins. Snacks provided. Location in hotel TBA.

Season Ticket Holder .........................................................................................................

x $0.00 = $

Non-Season Ticket Holder................................................................................................

x $10.00 = $

OPTION FOR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ONLY: Bill Me: ______ (4 equal payments of $45 in February, April, June, August) (a $1.25 additional fee per bill applies) By checking the bill me option, I understand my credit card will be charged (or I will be invoiced and can send in a check) for the registration fees of the individuals listed as season ticket holders on this form and these charges are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

SUB-TOTAL REGISTRATION FEES $ SUB-TOTAL MEALS & EVENTS $ TOTAL $

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0

0

If you wish to use your American Express, Visa, MasterCard or Discover card, please complete the following: Cardholder Name

Signature

/ Card Number

Expiration Date

Security Code*

*For American Express customers, the security code is the 4 digit code located above your credit card number on the front of your card; For Visa, MasterCard or Discover customers, the security code is the last 3 digits located on the back of your card.

If your credit card billing address is different than above, please provide the billing address on the line below. Thank You. You may fax credit card orders to (909) 989-7779, or if paying by check, make check payable and mail to: Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis, 8360 Red Oak Street, Suite 201, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Paid by:

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Check _____

Credit Card _____

Cash ____

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2014 Mid-Year Conference North – March 1, 2014

California-Nevada-Hawaii

Registration

San Ramon Marriott, San Ramon, CA Additional Registrants Name:

North

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____ Rose Float Breakfast____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____)

Academy Awards Party____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Eliminate Project Dinner____ (Vegetarian____)

Special dietary or accommodation needs ___________________________________________

Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____ Rose Float Breakfast____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____)

Academy Awards Party____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Eliminate Project Dinner____ (Vegetarian____)

Special dietary or accommodation needs___________________________________________

Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____ Rose Float Breakfast____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____)

Academy Awards Party____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Eliminate Project Dinner____ (Vegetarian____)

Special dietary or accommodation needs ___________________________________________

Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____ Rose Float Breakfast____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____)

Academy Awards Party____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Eliminate Project Dinner____ (Vegetarian____)

Special dietary or accommodation needs___________________________________________

Name:

Club: (Last Name)

(First Name – as you would like it to appear on your badge)

E-mail Address:

Office Held:

Non-Kiwanians, please list city and state (ex. Rancho Cucamonga, CA) Meals and Events: Season Ticket Holder_____ Rose Float Breakfast____

Key Leader for Adults_____

Inter-club Luncheon____ (Vegetarian____)

Academy Awards Party____

Eliminate Project Walk____

Eliminate Project Dinner____ (Vegetarian____)

Special dietary or accommodation needs ___________________________________________ (Attach extra copies of page 3 as needed)

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