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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!

KIWIN'S Teens of Service

LL, Alexander Hamilton, D13W

On Saturday, September 2, 2023, Key Club and KIWIN'S Teens of Service collaborated to host a Teen Beach themed service and social event at Earvin “Magic” Johnson Recreation Center. Our own Key Club made and sold tuna onigiri at the event as well, complete with a custom poster by Lana Reyes (one of our past members).  Almost all of our officers and some of our members joined other Hedgehogs and KIWIN'S in participating in fun icebreakers at the beginning of our event as well as a small competition where clubs were split off into groups to perform a short musical number! The winner was awarded the materials to make bracelets for children in hospitals. The rest of the attendees received drawing materials and cards to donate as well. The day was wrapped up with some karaoke, and the bracelets, cards, and drawings were safely collected!

D13W KeywinsteensOfService 1.1 VALERIA SERRANO

Region 8 Olympics

CU, California Academy of Mathematics and Science, D19N

Toward the end of August, CAMS Key Club participated in the Region 8 Battle Til’ Sundown! All five divisions of Region 8 attended and random teams were assigned to help strengthen the bond in our region. The teams competed in various competitions such as water sponge tossing, sand castle building, and volleyball. We later took beautiful sunset photos with the division and entire region. Different clubs fundraised at the event by selling food and drinks, and there was also a jar for each division in which the one with the most money at the end of the night would have their Lieutenant Governor soaked with water balloons. Division 19 North was victorious in getting our LTG Kaycee Daez pelted with water balloons!

 D19N Region8Battle 7 Parishi Jain

Goals

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At the beginning of each term, your CNH District Executives create goals they work diligently to complete by the end of the term. The 2023-2024 goals are as follows:


358,209/400,000 Service Hours

 87%

$142,378.22/$200,000 PTP/YES! Initiative

 71.2%

24,856/32,000 Dues Paid Members

 77.68%

 

Let's work hard to reach all of our goals by District Convention 2024!

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

District Governor: Justin Kuo [email protected] 

District Secretary: Abigail Jensen [email protected] 

District Treasurer: Chloe Wu [email protected] 

District News Editor: Willa Lim [email protected] 

District Technology Editor: Katherine Geng [email protected] 

District Visual Media Editor: Chloe You [email protected] 

Communications & Marketing Chair: Joshua Santhirasegari [email protected]

District Convention Chair: Angelina Nguyen [email protected] 

Kiwanis Family & Foundation Chair: Kenneth Nguyen [email protected] 

Membership Development Chair: Lina Tran [email protected] 

Membership Recognition Chair: Chloe Hartanto [email protected] 

Membership Growth Chair: Henrina Zhang [email protected] 

Policy, International & Elections Chair: Sophia Nguyen [email protected] 

Service Projects Chair: Annabel Lee [email protected] 

Donated Letters

ST, Agoura, D42E

This Key Club project, which involved matching donated shoes with handwritten notes, is a prime example of the effectiveness of human connection in charitable endeavors. This practice goes above and beyond simply giving people in need shoes; it adds a level of compassion and understanding that goes beyond simple monetary support. These letters signal a change away from impersonal giving and toward the development of real human ties. Every sincere letter, painstakingly written by Key Club members, conveys feelings of solidarity, support, and encouragement in addition to words. They remind the receivers that they are not alone in their challenges and that they are cherished and noticed. The idea that kindness has no bounds is demonstrated by this combination of shoes and letters. It's a recognition that kindness involves more than just providing for material needs—it also involves elevating people's spirits and preserving their sense of worth. For our Key Club members, the process of drafting these letters teaches empathy and highlights the significant influence of their actions and words. In an environment where charitable acts frequently lack a human touch, Agoura Key Club's strategy establishes an amazing standard. It exhorts us all to think carefully about how we give as well as what we give, promoting a society in which every charitable deed is accompanied by empathy and personal connection.

D42E DonatedLetters 2 Jasleen Khangura