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Feeding the Rose Float Decorators
December 29

The 2018 float decoration site is DIFFERENT than the previous years. The new location is Phoenix Decorating 5400 North Irwindale Avenue, Irwindale, CA 91706.  Click here for directions.

For more information on the Kiwanis Rose Float, click here.

More information soon.

Kiwanis Family BBQ Huge Success

On July 23rd, Cal State Fullerton Circle K hosted a Kiwanis Family BBQ to unite Division 30 North and South Key Clubs, Division 30 Kiwanis, and Magic Kingdom's Circle K.

For more info and photos, click here.

Committee Reports

Rose Float Feeing - Richard Hardy reported that the Rose Float feeding in Irwindale is off the 210 freeway near the Miller Brewing Company.  Because it is a new location, it is still being determined where the lunch will be provided.  This year’s float is a soap box derby car and our Key Clubbers will be helping decorate it as well as many others when they are there on 12/29.  If you would like to ride on the float, there are a few spots available for a sizable donation.  Contact Richard for more details.

Membership/Growth – Debbie Scheibel reported that the district ended the year with a loss of 300+ members.  She suggested that clubs find out what members wants (in terms of when to meet, how often, service projects, etc.).  Make changes now to keep your club healthy and that members don’t leave.  Karl and Debbie met with the Director of the Los Alamitos Chamber of Commerce to see about building a potential new club there.  There is a Rotary Club in Los Alamitos, but that is it.  So perhaps starting a Kiwanis Club will give people a choice on which service organization to choose.  Other cities being considered/suggested are Buena Park, Norwalk, Pico Rivera and Seal Beach.  The Formula Team is being revamped and has a new leader – Valerie Klingenhofer-Brown.

Potential Signature Project – Mike Fields presented that Up With People has a week camp called Up With People Jr. for kids ages 8-12.  They learn about music, arts, etc and Kiwanis Clubs can consider hosting/financing a camp in their community.  At the end of the week, the students would put on a concert.  Look for an article about it when the CNH magazine comes out.




Ltg. Karl reminds the clubs that the Legion of Honor Award is available to give really old club members after 25 years of membership, 30 years, 35 years, 40 years, etc.  

The Cypress club gave out four awards this past week to Walt Bowman, 45 years; Lamont Miya, 35 years; Mike Fields, 30 years and at the DCM he presented George Hallak with his 30 year Legion of Honor award.

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Key Club Div. 30 North – Victoria Chau presented that a couple fundraisers (Laser Tag; Yogurtland) were held but the final amount raised hasn’t been reported yet.  She also reported that a few Key Clubbers from the division helped with the Kiwanis Club of La Mirada at their Halloweenfest serving hot dogs.  This is Key Club Week and in honor of that, she passed out thank you plants to each club.  Her sister, Josephine from CSUF Circle K, also thanked all the Kiwanians for providing them service and leadership opportunities to help them grow.  Upcoming D30N events – Fall Rally South (11/11), CSUF Key to College (11/18 – CHAPERONES NEEDED), 11/25 – Ice Skating event at Anaheim Ice (CHAPERONES NEEDED) and 12/29 – Rose Float Decorating.

Key Cub Div 30 South – Vivian was unable to attend the meeting so two of her executive assistants presented for her.  They participated in their Regional Training Conference in October and held their first spirit night in preparation for Fall Rally South (11/11).  For the month of October, they logged 3,300 service hours.  On November 12, they will be participating in a Public Service day.  Sign-ups are now available to help volunteer for the Autism Walk at Anaheim Stadium on December 3rd.

CSUF Circle K – Josephine Chau, Kiwanis Family Chair, reported that their 7/10 Split Fundraiser had been moved to 11/17 from 2-5pm at the Underground.  On Nov. 18th, they will be hosting a Key to College from 9am-4pm with workshops.  CHAPERONES NEEDED.  In November, they are ramping up for their 24 Hours of Service or maybe this year 30 Hours of Service, which includes helping out at the annual We Give Thanks at the Honda Center.  She presented the Kiwanis Club of Brea with a painted “Thank You” wall hanging.


Thanks to Div. Secretary Amy Scheibel for her notes used on this page.

Club Reports
from November  DCM

Brea – the club donated a water heater to the 13-5 organization which provides a mobile shower for the homeless.  The club donated to the Brea Olinda High School Life Skills group as well as to the Brea Community Emergency Council.  They are just finishing up with their annual Spelling Bee and continue to serve food to the senior citizens once a month.  They have kicked off their Toys for Tots campaign and the excess toys they receive will be given to the City of La Habra for their efforts.  The club had two new members at the DCM.

Cypress – This time of year is a little slower for them.  Two of its members will be attending Fall Rally South.  They will have members at the Rose Float decorating/feeding.  They have lost two members.

Greater Anaheim – President Dan reminded everyone about their Interclub Thanksgiving Breakfast at 7:30 Thanksgiving morning.  The President of Servite High School will be the inspirational speaker.  The club just completed their apple sales.  The club recently pledged $1,300 to the Boys and Girls Club for science equipment and gave a $5,000 donation for another Anaheim Book Mobile.  They have lost two members with one prospect.  Our LTG Elect Ed Rairie has been experiencing some recent health issues as well as Joe Dale.  Please keep both of them in your thoughts.

Fullerton – Their November club meeting had a full Thanksgiving dinner prepared for members and guests.  They will be having their Angel Shopping Spree on Sat., Dec. 2nd at Kohl’s in La Habra.  There is no change in membership.

Placentia – The club recently did pumpkin carving with local children.  They will be donating and serving pumpkin pies on Thanksgiving.  They have one prospect.

Highlanders – There is no change in membership.  They have made a donation to the City of La Habra’s Operation Santa.  Their annual orange sales start on December 10th.  They may be coming around to your club meetings during that time if you’d like to buy any.  Contact Rick McPeak if you’d like to purchase oranges for your family or work.

La Habra – Club members participated in the City of Hope Cancer Walk.  They are sponsoring 14 Key Club members to attend Fall Rally South.  Five members inter clubbed with the La Mirada club at their Reading Oasis Grand Opening.  There is no change in membership.

Whittier – The club helped out at the East Whittier Color Run and a Coscto Drug/Alcohol event that raised $5,000 for drug awareness.  The club made lunches for the Abilities Expo and served pancakes at the City’s Spooktacular race.  They will be gathering Christmas goodies for the Boys & Girls Club.  The club is down one member.

La Mirada – On November 1st, the club held its Grand Opening of the Reading Oasis at Foster Road Elementary.  About 30 people were in attendance, including Senator Mendoza’s office, members from the La Mirada City Council, Norwalk La Mirada Unified School District, Cerritos College School Board and many others.  The room will be officially unveiled to parents and students on Nov. 16th at their Thanksgiving event.  

The club will be serving Thanksgiving lunch to residents of L.A. Cade on 11/21.

The club will be going dark on Dec. 6th as it will be participating in its annual Holiday Shopping Spree for disadvantaged youth.  Students will shop at Sears in Whittwood and then be provided with a breakfast from Ruby’s.

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