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About CNH

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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.

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Get Involved With Us!

Check out our "Divisions" page HERE to see if your school has a Key Club and reach out to them! If your school does not have one, reach out to your Lieutenant Governor and start one. Check out more officers' contact information on the "Meet the District Board" page HERE.

What's the Buzz?

Read this month's District Newsletter and featured articles from YOUR clubs and divisions below! If you'd like to see past newsletters or additional articles, please navigate to News > Newsletters or News > Articles. Enjoy!

Seaside Marathon

DV, Oxnard, D42W

On Sunday, May 19th, we partnered with Pacifica Key Club to volunteer at the Seaside Marathon. Over 20 Key Club members participated in various activities throughout the event. These activities included setting up, handing out snacks and refreshments, awarding medals, and finally cleaning up the area and equipment. Many volunteers even went the extra mile by doing double shifts, dedicating their entire morning and afternoon to helping out. As a thank you for their amazing work, all volunteers received a free meal (tacos!). Thank you to everyone who took time out of their day to serve their community and ensure a positive experience for all marathoners. We truly appreciate you!

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Contact Us

At the beginning of each term, your CNH District Executives create goals they work diligently to complete by the end of the term. The 2024-2025 goals are as follows:


42,085/425,000 Service Hours


$17,151.36/$175,000 PTP/YES! Initiative


27,930/32,000 Dues Paid Members



Let's work hard to reach all of our goals by District Convention 2025!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to the leadership team!

District Governor: Austin Alves

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District Secretary: Tak Nishida

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District Treasurer: Elizabeth Gilmore

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District News Editor: Nia Danelia

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District Technology Editor: Vera Faith Del Rio

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District Visual Media Editor: Cassie Nguyen

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Communications & Marketing Chair: Isabelle Schinzing

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District Convention Chair: Tristan Decious

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Kiwanis Family & Foundation Chair: Leya Wu

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Membership Development & Education Chair: Rachel An

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Membership Recognition Chair: Sarah Ganiko

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Membership Growth Chair: Amelia Gaspar

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Policy, International Business & Elections Chair: Carolyn Kao

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Service Projects Chair: Alice Sar

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Montgomery Garden Volunteering

RS, Kearny, D21

Around 9:00 in the morning, President Katelynn and myself met in front of Montgomery Middle School for our planned restoration of the garden. Key Club has helped with the garden in the past with similar restorations, so this was just another routine maintenance. Once we walked over to the garden entrance in the back, we waited in front of the gate for someone to let us in. After a short while, we had some short introductions with our team for the day in the garden and split up to get to work. Our job this time was to clean up the gazebo area and replace some of the withered floorboards with newly painted ones. Throughout our time there we had many interesting conversations and got the gazebo looking good again. We did everything from pulling weeds, cutting, painting, and installing wooden planks, and picking up trash. Later that morning, Vice President of Finance Long helped us with the remaining duties and finished up with us. Although we didn’t completely finish the restoration, we made great progress and met some very cool people. It was a great experience!