About the CNH District
The CNH District consists of 79 mighty divisions led by the most dedicated student leaders today. We are also the largest district in Key Club International!
For more information, click HERE to read more about us.
At the beginning of each term, your CNH District Executives create goals they work diligently to complete by the end of the term. For the 2022-2023 term, here are our goals:
35,000 dues paid members
$225,000 raised for PTP
850,000 service hours
Let's work hard to reach all of our goals by District Convention 2023! Contact your division's Lieutenant Governor for more information on how to attend.
BUZZ BUZZ, CNH !
Come meet our 2022-2023 District Board, including our Lieutenant Governors from all across California, Nevada, and Hawaii!
Let's Get Poppin',
District Visual Media Editor 2022-2023
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Read a few featured articles submitted by YOUR clubs and divisions below! See more by navigating the menu (News > Articles)!
Aerospace Museum of California
SN, Woodcreek, D44W
An ongoing event that Woodcreek Key Club members have volunteered at through summer so far has been the various Aerospace Museum events. One specific event was the "Up, Up, Away Hot Air Balloon Day'' event hosted on June 4th from 9:30am to 2pm. At this event, members from throughout the division helped run science based tables for youth! Families gathered at the crafts, games, and fun experiments where they were able to learn more about science and physics! It was great to be able to teach children about these cool topics in such a fun way. Meeting new people from other clubs around the division was also a great aspect about this event and allowed attendees to make new connections and friendships! Overall, this event was very enjoyable and a great way for members to stay active over summer and to explore Key Club outside of just club events at school.
JBHS Library Volunteering
Our white tigers at John Burroughs High School are volunteering the summer away at their school library! Since May 31st, JBHS Key Clubbers were helping our textbook coordinator alphabetize, sort, inventory textbooks, deliver, and repair books. As this is an ongoing event throughout the summer, working days are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, and anyone can work any hours between 8 AM-2 PM. This flexible volunteering opportunity does not end until August 11, additionally, we will be helping throughout registration week, as it approaches, welcoming back our old students, and new ones, as we help everyone get their textbooks! Our Key Clubbers at JBHS got this awesome opportunity to maintain a productive summer while helping out our wonderful textbook coordinator!