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October 20, 2016 First DCM of Year

News from Kiwanis Appreciation BBQ

Sponsored by CSUF Circle K, all Division 30 Kiwanians were invited to the FREE Kiwanis Appreciation BBQ on July 24, Kiwanis Youth Park in Fullerton (386 W Truslow Ave, Fullerton.

Kiwanians and SLP members were treated to some great hamburgers and hot dogs, chips and drinks.  And we celebrated the birthdays of Rafa Alam and Judy Nguyen.  Click on the thumbnails below for larger images.

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Division 30 News

by Amy Scheibel
Division 30 Secretary

Cypress: From early April through the end of August, Cypress will have performed nineteen service events. On 7/23, they have their community festival in the morning and then Concert in the Park that evening. The Concerts will continue through most of August. They have one prospective member.

Placentia: The club president was serving beer and wine at the Taste of Placentia, which is why LTG Elect Richard Hardy gave the club report. They will be serving hot dogs for the Placentia Library’s End of Summer Reading Program.

Greater Anaheim: The club’s primary focus this past month was for the STEAM project. They are light on service for the next month. The club installation is on 9/22.

Brea: With the help of our SLP partners, the club served pancakes and bacon at the 4th of July Pancake breakfast. They concluded their wine raffle and it appears that they sold twice as many tickets as they had projected. They have completed their scholarship interviews and will be awarding $7,500 in scholarships. On 9/10, the club will be partnering with the Placentia Kiwanis and the Brea/La Habra Soroptimist for its Back to School Shopping event at JC Penney.

La Habra: They attended Beach Boomba. There is a National Night Out on 8/2 at Portola Park at 7pm. They are in need of volunteers to help sell drinks at the Corn Festival from 8/5 – 8/7 at El Centro Lions park. They have one member attending DCON. They will be doing a BBQ fundraiser on 8/21 in La Habra Heights.

La Mirada: They supported Gardenhill elementary school’s new student mentoring students program with gift cards to two selected 5th graders. The club’s scholarship program was changed this year with half of the $10,000 going to middle school grants and the other half to graduating seniors in the La Mirada area. The club is focusing on it’s Membership event on 8/4. If you are planning to attend it, please RSVP so the club can plan enough food.

La Palma: They served a 4th of July pancake breakfast. They had another collection of clothing for the homeless this month. Jan suggested that the division collect t-shirts and socks for the homeless and bring to the October meeting. She offered to coordinate it. The club hopes to fill 100 back packs with 10-15 items in each. They are participating in the Concerts in the Park. They recently had a Key Clubber speak at one of their meetings and she encouraged other clubs to do that and give our Key Clubbers a chance to speak in front of groups. They will be doing a BBQ for the Kennedy football team on the Saturday before school starts, as well as a breakfast for the senior students. They are helping the Cypress club by doing a pancake breakfast for the teachers at Cypress High School. They recently gave out a Hope of America award.

Amy Scheibel
Division 30 Secretary
Kiwanis Club of La Mirada

 First DCM of the new year October 20, 2016

Host Club:  Placentia

SLP News

by Amy Scheibel

Circle K Magic Kingdom Division: Jesus reported that he attended the convention in Toronto. He has been to 7 of his 8 clubs this month, 2-3 times each. He recently attended a district event and heard that there are $250 grants available from the CNH Foundation. So far, the division has reported 6,200 service hours and raised $3,500 in fundraising. His next DCM is at the Relay for Life in Lake Forest on 7/30. The event runs from 10am to 10am the next day. There will be a district professional conference in Las Vegas at the same time as the Kiwanis DCON. He is planning two new fundraisers/events, one being Key to College on 9/17 at Chapman University.

CSUF Circle K: Karl Yabes reported that one of their members ran for an international position at ICON and won. The club helped at the La Mirada back packing event to which Pat Ruiz thanked them for their help. They have raised $1,600 so far this term which is two-thirds of their goal. They have been helping with the Kiwanis Club of Cypress’ Concerts in the Park. There will be a general club retreat from 7/27 – 7/29. On 7/29, from 3-7, there will be a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Westminster.
The money raised will go to the Kiwanis Family House. He has been recruiting new members and has two prospective members from Key Club Division 30 North. On 7/24 is the Kiwanis Family BBQ from 1-5pm at the Kiwanis Youth Park in Fullerton.

D30N Key Club: Had about 30 attendees at Beach Boomba where $187.50 per division was raised for the Pediatric Trauma Program. Sing was proud to report that the division increased their service projects from zero last month to 3-4 this month. They helped at the Kiwanis Brea 4th of July pancake breakfast and filled back packs in La Mirada. They will be helping at the 7/28 Stroll in the Park with La Mirada Kiwanis. The first weekend in August will be spent helping the La Habra Kiwanis Club at the Corn Festival. There will be a joint DCM in August with D30South for a scavenger hunt at La Mirada Regional Park.

D30S Key Club: Kelly reported that there have been more socials and inter-clubs between her Key Clubs. They had 120+ attendees at Beach Boomba, where they raised a total of $1,309 for PTP as a region. In early August, they will be participating at the OC Fair Fun Run. Over 3,600 service hours were reported for the month of June. She thanked the Greater Anaheim Kiwanis club for its monthly training sessions with its eight key clubs.


Debbie Says....

Debbie reported that we are plus one for the division, but that is not good as the clubs clean their rosters for the end of the Kiwanis year. Be sure to get board approval before removing anyone from the roster.

 The La Mirada club is having a Meet and Eat/Greet event on 8/4 and all clubs are invited to bring prospective members.

The Division 30 membership leadership team will be meeting to strategize on the three cities earmarked for club openings – Buena Park, Pico Rivera and Norwalk.

Region 3 News

(submitted by Mike Fields who was at Division 21’s DCM in San Diego) is that a venue has been secured for the Up with People concert on 3/25 at 7pm. It will be held at Cooke Auditorium at Anaheim High School.

Jane Erikson was elected Kiwanis International President at the Toronto convention.

A LTG Elect for Division 30 is needed!!!!!

Eight of the ten clubs have booked their installations.

The registration deadline for DCON in Las Vegas is 7/22, as well as delegate forms are due on 7/22. There will be a makeup of CLE at DCON on Thursday, 8/11.

Circle K Magic Kingdom thanks Division 30 Kiwanis

At the Marathon Magic Kingdom EOTY Banquet on May 21, Ltg. Joe Dale was presented with a certificate of appreciation for all that Division 30 Kiwanis has supported Circle K.

Thanks to Division Treasurer Keith Rickey for his financial guidance to Circle K.


Also present were past lt. governors Debbie Scheibel, Don Hull, Circle K Region Advisor Peter Yu, and Chapman University Advisor Patricia Van Hoorst.


Debbie reported that Mike Fields has been elected to serve a 3-year term on the CNH Foundation Board and Debbie will be serving her second 3-year term.

The official approval of the Board of Directors will take place at the CNH Board Meeting in Toronto.

She also reminded everyone that this is the Foundation’s 50th birthday and special medallions are available through 9/30/16.

She also suggested with clubs thinking about installations, that Distinguished Service Awards are a good idea for awards. They are $150 each and the money goes to the Foundation’s Pediatric Trauma Programs.



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