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2013-2014

 

New DCM Location and Day.  See below

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
Placentia
La Mirada
Cypress
Brea
Greater Anaheim

and special thanks to:

Action Club
CSUF Circle K Club

 

For photos of the event, please click here.
 


AWARD PRESENTATIONS
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....

At the January 19 DCM, Debbie thanked the Fullerton club for increasing its membership by converting former Circle K members. Come October 1st, our division will grow by four clubs and she would like to have members of the division attend a meeting of the four clubs prior to October to welcome them in.  The first visit wias with the Greater Garden Grove club on Wed., Feb. 1st at 7:15am at the Waterfront Café. Breakfast is about $10.  Visits to the other three clubs will be announced.


Feeding the Rose Float Decorators

Ltg. Richard (on Don Hull’s behalf) thanked everyone who helped serve at the Rose Float and for those that chaperoned our students.

Be prepared for the Rose Float feeding in December of this year as the float company is moving to a new building in Irwindale where it will house 25 floats.


 

 

 

 

 


DCM Date and Location Change

by Ltg Richard Hardy

We are changing locations and dates for the Division 30 Council meetings. We will be at The Sizzler,15252 Rosecrans Avenue, La Mirada. It is on the corner of Rosecrans and Adelfa.

Due to room availability, we have changed the Division meeting to the second Thursday of the month.

Please plan on eating at 6:00 p.m. with the meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. Our Host Club will be The La Habra Highlanders.

As to the arrangements, upon entering the front door, owner Brenda Durroh (La Mirada Kiwanis) will like us to past by the order counter. When welcomed, indicate you are with Kiwanis.

If having the salad bar, continue forward to the assembly room which is on the opposite side of the restaurant from the entrance.

If you would like to order from the menu, mention Kiwanis for a 20% discount.

We are able to return to the $15 price for the salad bar. In that a portion of the $15. price goes to SLP support, we would be grateful if those ordering from the menu would contribute something at the ”sign in” table for their support.


SLP News

Joe Dale and Richard Hardy brought up our current Key Club Lieutenant Governors and informed the group that both young ladies announced at the Key Club Conclave that they are running for a new position. Kelly Tran (Division 30 South) is running for CNH Key Club Governor and Sing (Division 30 North) is running for Vice President or President of Key Club International. Good luck ladies!

Division 30 South – Kelly introduced her Lieutenant Governor Elect – Vivian But. She reported that the division has raised more than $4,000 for Pediatric Trauma Programs. All clubs have paid their dues and as a division they have increased by 40 members. She is proud to report that the division has averaged 3,000 service hours per month.

Division 30 North – Sing announced that her Lieutenant Governor Elect Victoria Chow was home sick and couldn’t attend the meeting. She hopes to introduce her at the February meeting. In December, the division helped the Fullerton club with its Angel shopping spree and had 100 members attend the rose float decorating. The December DCM was a joint meeting with Div. 30 South. On January 27, the division will be having an ice skating event from 7-9 pm and chaperones would be appreciated. She reported that the division hats have been selling well with 30 sold to date. After expenses, the money raised will go to the EliMiNaTe project – each hat yields enough money for four mothers to receive the necessary immunizations.

Circle KKarl reported for Jesus (Magic Kingdom LTG) that there will be a division service project on Sat., Jan. 28th in Compton. The CSUF Circle K will be holding its Kiwanis/Alumni Appreciation Dinner on March 12th at CSUF. On Feb. 10th, the club is holding its biannual fundraiser – the 7/10 Split. District Convention is from March 17 – 19th. Club elections will be held on Feb. 16th so he will soon know who will be succeeding him as club president.


CHOC

Mike Fields thanks the clubs that have sponsored the Up With People concert.

National Pancake Day is March 7th and volunteers are needed to meet/greet with customers at IHOP that day. You must register and sign-up (2 hours shifts).

Last year’s national campaign raised $440,000. If you volunteer at an Orange County restaurant, the funds will be going to CHOC. If you volunteer at a LA County restaurant, the funds will be going to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

 

 


Club Reports
from January 19 DCM

Fullerton – The club has one new member. They held their Angel Shopping Spree in December and treated 40 kids to new clothing. The club is holding its first 5K walk-a-thon on April 8th. It will start and end at the Boys & Girls Club (main branch). Volunteers are needed to monitor all intersection crossings.

La Habra – Members of the club went Christmas caroling at the La Habra Convalescent Center. They gift wrapped for three days at the Barnes and Noble bookstore this year. The club also wrapped gifts and served pancakes at the Korean Youth Center. The club’s BUG Dinner is February 1st at the La Habra Community Center. There are shifts available to volunteer between 2:30-9:30pm.

Placentia – The club has one prospective new member. In March, they will be serving pancakes for the Little League and REACH. On April 8th, the club will be participating in the Placentia Library’s Easter Eggstravaganza.

La Mirada – The club will be hosting the annual Spaghetti Dinner for Meals on Wheels on February 10th. The club could use SLP help for it as well as the Little League Pancake breakfast on March 4th. The club is holding a Quartermania (admin) fundraiser on Feb. 18th at the Volunteer Center. All are welcomed to attend. The Duck Race will be held on April 15th but at the lake at La Mirada Regional Park.

Cypress – Three members attended the recent Key Club Conclave. On January 28th, the club will be providing a pancake breakfast for the PTSA Council and will also be serving pancakes at Landell Elementary on Feb. 17th.

La Palma – Mits reported that the Orange County Register fundraiser will yield about $1,600. They did a pancake breakfast at HOPE Project in Cypress. In December, the club distributed food baskets and toys to 46 families. In February, the club will be holding a pancake breakfast at Walker Junior High.

Greater Anaheim – Ed thanked everyone for attending their Thanksgiving breakfast. They have two new members and hope to add five or six. The club is working with the Anaheim Public Library system in different capacities, including three of its members reading to students. The club is focusing on its 50th Anniversary of its All Star Baseball Game. (A few facts about the All Star Baseball Game over the years: 137 of the high school participants have made it to the major leagues, including two in the Baseball Hall of Fame and a recent World Series Champion.) The club reported that at a December meeting, members of the Rotary club were invited and the two clubs exchanged ideas in the hopes of collaborating on future projects.


Mid-Year Conference South Hotel Deadline Extended to Friday, February 10!

Great news! If you've been thinking about attending the Mid-Year Conference South in Riverside on March 4, the conference hotel has extended their deadline to February 10! Make your hotel reservation at the Marriott Riverside at the Convention Center or call the reservation desk at (800) 228-9290 and be sure to mention Kiwanis Mid-Year Conference South to receive the conference rate of $130, if you book by Friday, February 10.

Dates to Remember

  • Online Registration
    Regular Registration Deadline: February 17, 2017

  • 100% Club Registration form - deadline: February 17, 2017

  • Host Division Club Registration form - deadline: February 17, 2017

Be sure to mention the Kiwanis Mid-Year Conference South to receive the discounted rate of $130 per night.)  


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