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Feed the Kiwanis Rose Float Decorators, Dec 29, 2016

Feeding the Kiwanis Rose Float Decorators Successful

This year's feeding will took place on Dec. 29 at the Rosemont Pavilion,  Pasadena.

Thanks to member of the Kiwanis Clubs of:

La Habra
La Mirada
Great(er) Brea
Greater Anaheim

and special thanks to:

Action Club
CSUF Circle K Club


For photos of the event, please click here.

October DCM

Joe Dale presented the following awards:

Louis P. Davenport Membership Award – Kiwanis Club of Cypress

Wilkerson Interclub Award – Kiwanis Club of Placentia

Interclub Traveling Bell – Kiwanis Club of Cypress

Cary Mayer Award – Outstanding Secretary (recipient wasn't at the meeting so he kept it a secret from the group)

Sho Yamada Award – Mike Fields

Division Gavel given to Richard Hardy

He also recognized his division leadership and each club in the division.

Richard Hardy recognized Keith Rickey for his ten years of service as the Division Treasurer and Joe Dale for this leadership as Lieutenant Governor.

Debbie Says....

Debbie Scheibel thanked everyone for their donations.  Last year, the CNH Foundation gave out $100,000 to partner hospitals, $40-$50,000 in club grants and $180,000 in scholarships.  She asked each club to consider donating $5/member during the Founder’s Day campaign.  She also thanked Key Club for all the money they raised for Pediatric Trauma.

Debbie reported that the leadership team met and will focus first on a couple clubs that are close to charter strength.  The team is looking at three new clubs – Norwalk, Buena Park and Pico Rivera.  The membership goal for 2016-2017 is 20 new clubs and 2,000 new members by the end of the year.

By mid-year, the team will be asking division members to visit the four new clubs that will be coming into Division 30 in 2017-2018 as a way to welcome them before coming into the division.




Division 30 Club Reports from Oct. DCM

by Amy Scheibel
Division 30 Secretary

Placentia — They will be serving pies in November.  On Nov. 17th, the club will have a Superior Court judge presenting a program about the grand jury.

Greater Anaheim — The club’s apple sales are about to end.  They will be hosting another Key Club Training on 10/28 at the Anaheim Central Library.  The club will be joining the Brea club in participating in the CHOC Walk.  The club is asking for RSVPs for their annual Thanksgiving breakfast (provide RSVPs no later than a week out).

Cypress — On 10/23, the club will be selling pancakes followed by hot dogs at the Wings, Wheels and Rotors event at the Joint Forces Base in Los Alamitos.  They will be volunteering from 5:30am to 5pm.  Karl Dash and George Hallak, who are in charge of the event are ill and may require some help.  In December, they will be doing a breakfast with Santa.  Red Ribbon Week essay winners will be receiving their awards.  The club voted to sponsor a new Circle K Club at Cypress College.

La Palma — The club and Key Clubs are collecting clothes and underclothes for the homeless.  They challenge all the other clubs in the division to bring clothes at the next meeting.  They will be participating in a Halloween carnival and then will turn their attention to their holiday food basket distribution.

La Mirada — The club will be manning a maze at the Gardenhill Fall Festival on 10/21 and then selling hot dogs at the Halloweenfest on 10/31.  Club members will be serving a Thanksgiving lunch on 11/22 at L.A. CADA.  The highlight in December is the holiday shopping spree on 12/8.

Fullerton — On Dec. 3rd, the club will be hosting their Angel Shopping Spree at Kohls in La Habra.  Clubs are welcome to join them on Martin Luther King Day as a Kiwanis One Day project cleaning up the Kiwanis Youth Park.  Save the date for April 8th for the club’s first 5K event.

Brea — Club members will be participating in the CHOC Walk on 10/30.  Cost is $85/each and the money goes to the Kiwanis CHOC pledge.  Donations are welcome or you can join their team and walk.


SLP News

Div 30 North Key Club – Sing reported that they will be helping the La Mirada club with the Gardenhill Fall Festival and HalloweenFest.

They will be participating in the CHOC Walk.  Sing attended the Key to College in September.  

The Region 3 Training Conference was educational and informed Key Clubbers about what to expect.  

The division’s focus for the month is raising $1,000 - $1,200 for Pediatric Trauma Program.  The goal for Fall Rally is to raise $1,200.

Div 30 South Key Club — Kelly reported that they plan to hold several fundraisers (Chipotle, Bobo, Italian Ice, etc.) to raise money for Pediatric Trauma Program.

The division recently made Do-It-Yourself blankets which were donated to St. Joseph hospital.  

In September, the division performed 3,000 service hours.  Her goal for Fall Rally is to raise $3,000.  The November DCM will be held at Fairmont Academy on November 26th – time to be determined.

Debbie reported that Frank Barry sent her an update regarding Fall Rally – 1,200 Key Clubbers, 115 chaperones and 27 busses from our region.

Magic Kingdom Circle K — Jesus Pelayo reported that the division has grown from 8 to 10 clubs with the reactivation of the Whittier College Circle K and the chartering of Cypress College Circle K.    

Magic Kingdom is the largest division with 168 members to date and more are expected.  

About 100 Circle Kers and Key Clubbers attended Key to Life.  On 10/29, they will be hosting spirit night in preparation for their training conference.  From 11/4 – 11/6, the Fall District Conference will be held in Sonora.

Cal State Fullerton Circle K — Rafa reported they have 61 members and will be having a new member installation on 10/23 from 5-10pm at CSUF.  They offered assistance at the Brea Kiwanis’ Back to School Shopping Spree.  They also planted trees as a service project which helps with Circle K’s theme this year to protect the environment.

On 11/19, CSUF will be hosting its Key to College event.  Thanksgiving break will be highlighted by the club’s 24 hour service marathon.

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