D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 2 NORTH

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 2 SOUTH

  • Alameda
  • Arroyo
  • Castro Valley
  • Encinal
  • KIPP King Collegiate
  • Leadership Public School - Hayward
  • San Leandro
  • San Lorenzo

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 3 NORTH

  • Clark Magnet
  • Crescenta Valley
  • La Canada
  • St. Francis
  • Verdugo Hills
  • Village Christian

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 3 SOUTH

  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Eagle Rock
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Holy Family
  • John Marshall
  • Stem Academy

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 4 CENTRAL

  • Costa Mesa
  • Early College
  • Estancia
  • Irvine
  • Newport Harbor
  • Northwood
  • Portola
  • University
  • Woodbridge

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 4 EAST

  • Beckman
  • Canyon
  • El Modena
  • Foothill
  • OCSA
  • Orange
  • Pacific Coast
  • Tustin
  • Yorba Linda

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 4 NORTH

  • Bolsa Grande
  • Century
  • Garden Grove
  • La Quinta
  • Los Amigos
  • Pacifica
  • Rancho Alamitos
  • Santa Ana
  • Santa Ana Valley
  • Santiago
  • Westminster

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 4 SOUTH

  • Aliso Niguel
  • Capistrano Valley
  • Dana Hills
  • El Toro
  • Laguna Hills
  • Mission Viejo
  • San Clemente
  • San Juan Hills
  • Tesoro
  • Trabuco Hills

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 4 WEST

  • Calvary Chapel
  • Edison
  • Fountain Valley
  • Godinez Fundamental
  • Huntington Beach
  • Marina
  • Mater Dei
  • Ocean View
  • Saddleback
  • Segerstrom Fundamental

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 5 NORTH

  • Buchanan
  • Clovis East
  • Clovis
  • Clovis North
  • Clovis West
  • Liberty
  • Madera South
  • Minarets
  • Yosemite

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 5 SOUTH

  • Bullard
  • Edison
  • Fresno
  • Hoover
  • Kingsburg
  • McLane
  • Reedley
  • Selma

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 7 NORTH

  • C.K. McClatchy
  • Hiram Johnson
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Rosemont
  • Sacramento Senior
  • School of Engineering & Sciences
  • St. Francis
  • West Campus

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 7 SOUTH

  • Cosumnes Oaks
  • Elk Grove
  • Florin Senior
  • Franklin
  • Laguna Creek
  • Monterey Trail
  • Pleasant Grove
  • Rancho Murieta
  • Sheldon
  • Valley

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 7 WEST

  • Davis Senior
  • Inderkum
  • Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep
  • Pioneer
  • River City
  • Woodland

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 8

  • American Canyon
  • Armijo
  • Benicia
  • Early College
  • Fairfield
  • Jesse Bethel
  • Mare Island
  • Napa
  • New Technology
  • Novato
  • Public Safety Academy
  • Rodriguez
  • Vanden
  • Vintage

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 10 NORTH

  • Excelsior
  • John Marshall Fundamental
  • La Salle
  • San Marino
  • South Pasadena
  • Stern Math & Science
  • Temple City

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 10 SOUTH

  • Alhambra
  • Don Bosco Tech.
  • Gabrielino
  • Mark Keppel
  • Montebello
  • Rosemead
  • San Gabriel
  • San Gabriel Mission
  • Schurr
  • Wilson

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 11

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 12 EAST

  • American High School
  • BASIS Independent Fremont
  • Irvington
  • James Logan
  • Kipp San Jose Collegiate
  • Milpitas
  • Piedmont Hills
  • San Jose Academy
  • Washington

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 12 SOUTH

  • Andrew Hill
  • Ann Sabrato
  • Evergreen Valley
  • Leland
  • Oak Grove
  • Pioneer
  • Santa Teresa
  • Silver Creek
  • Valley Christian
  • Willow Glen
  • Yerba Buena

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 12 WEST

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • BASIS Independent Silicon Valley
  • Branham
  • Del Mar
  • Leigh
  • Los Gatos
  • Prospect
  • Santa Clara
  • The Harker School
  • Westmont
  • Wilcox

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 13 NORTH

  • Artesia
  • Cerritos
  • Downey
  • Huntington Park
  • John Glenn
  • Lakewood
  • Linda E. Marquez
  • South Gate
  • Warren

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 13 SOUTH

  • Bellflower
  • Cabrillo
  • David Starr Jordan
  • Mayfair
  • McBride
  • Millikan
  • Polytechnic
  • Rancho Dominguez Prep.
  • Richard Browning
  • Richard Gahr
  • Saint Joseph
  • Sato Academy of Math & Science
  • Somerset
  • St Anthony High School
  • St John Bosco High School
  • Woodrow Wilson

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 13 WEST

  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Downtown Magnets
  • Girls Academic Leadership Academy
  • Jefferson H.S. Academy Bus. & Com.
  • King Drew Medical
  • Larchmont Charter
  • Lincoln
  • Ramon C. Cortines VAPA

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 14

  • East Nicolaus
  • Live Oak
  • River Valley
  • Yuba City
  • Marysville
  • Faith Christian
  • Gridley Union
  • Las Plumas
  • Oroville
  • Sutter Union

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 15 EAST

  • Arlington
  • Centennial
  • Corona High School
  • Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Hillcrest
  • John F. Kennedy Middle College
  • John Wesley North
  • La Sierra
  • Martin Luther King
  • Norco
  • Notre Dame
  • Ramona High School
  • Riverside Poly
  • Santiago
  • Woodcrest Christian

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 15 NORTH

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 15 SOUTH

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 16 EAST

  • Birmingham
  • Cleveland
  • Granada Hills
  • Grant
  • High Tech LA
  • James Monroe
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Northridge Academy
  • Valley Field of Arts and Sciences
  • Van Nuys

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 16 NORTH

  • Alemany
  • Arleta
  • Canyon
  • Golden Valley
  • Saugus
  • Sylmar
  • Valencia
  • Vaughn International Studies Academy
  • West Ranch
  • William Hart

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 16 SOUTH

  • Alliance MIT
  • Burbank
  • CHAMPS
  • International School of Los Angeles
  • John Burroughs
  • John H. Francis Polytechnic
  • North Hollywood
  • Providence

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 16 EAST

  • Calabases
  • Canoga Park
  • Chaminade
  • Chatsworth
  • Crespi Carmelite
  • El Camino Real
  • Sherman Oaks Center
  • Tafty

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 18 EAST

  • West Visalia
  • Exeter
  • Farmersville
  • Golden West
  • Harmony Magnet Academy
  • Lindsay
  • Mount Whitney
  • Redwood
  • Strathmore
  • VTEC
  • Woodlake

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 18 WEST

  • Dinuba Joint Union
  • Hanford
  • Hanford West
  • Lemoore
  • Sierra Pacific

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 19 NORTH

  • C.A.M.S.
  • Da Vinci Science
  • El Segundo
  • Gardena
  • Hawthorne
  • HMSA
  • Lawndale
  • Leuzinger
  • Santa Monica
  • Santa Monica Catholic High School

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 19 SOUTH

  • Bishop Montgomery
  • Carson High School
  • Harbor Teacher Prep
  • Humanities & Arts Academy of Los Angeles
  • Mira Costa
  • Narbonne
  • North High School
  • Palos Verdes
  • Palos Verdes Peninsula
  • Redondo
  • Torrance
  • West Torrance

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 20

  • Fortuna Union
  • Humboldt County Homeschoolers
  • Mckinleyville

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 21

  • High Tech High
  • Clairemont
  • Hoover
  • Junipero Serra
  • La Jolla
  • Madison
  • Mira Mesa
  • Mission Bay
  • Patrick Henry
  • Point Loma
  • Scripps Ranch
  • SET Charter
  • Stephen Watts Kearny
  • University City High School

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 22 HIKINA

  • Farrington
  • Iolani
  • Kaiser
  • Kalani
  • Kamehameha Schools Kapalama
  • Maryknoll School
  • President Theodore Roosevelt
  • Punahou

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 22 KOMOHONA

  • Aiea
  • Damien Memorial
  • Hanalani
  • James Castle
  • Kailua High School
  • Kapolei
  • Leilehua
  • McKinley
  • Mililani
  • Pearl City
  • Waipahu

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 22 MAKAI

  • Baldwin
  • Hawaii Technology Academy
  • Hilo
  • Kapaa
  • Kauai
  • Kealakehe
  • King Kekaulike
  • Maui
  • Waiakea

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 23

  • Damonte Ranch
  • Earl Wooster
  • Edward C. Reed
  • Elko
  • Galena
  • North Valleys
  • Procter Hug
  • Reno
  • Spanish Springs
  • Spring Creek

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 24/29

  • Atascadero
  • Paso Robles
  • San Luis Obispo
  • Arroyo Grande
  • Ernest Righetti
  • Nipomo
  • Orcutt Academy
  • Pioneer Valley
  • Santa Maria
  • Santa Maria Recreation & Parks
  • St Joseph High School

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 26 NORTH

  • Alhambra
  • Antioch
  • Clayton Valley
  • College Park
  • Concord
  • Deer Valley
  • Dozier-Libbey Medical
  • Freedom
  • Heritage
  • Liberty
  • Mount Diablo
  • Northgate
  • Pittsburg

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 26 SOUTH

  • Acalanes
  • Amador Valley
  • California
  • Campolindo
  • Dougherty Valley
  • Dublin
  • Las Lomas
  • Miramonte
  • Monte Vista
  • San Ramon Valley

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 27 NORTH

  • Bear Creek
  • Benjamin Holt College Prep Academy
  • Cesar Chavez
  • Health Careers Academy
  • Lincoln
  • Lodi
  • Middle College
  • Ronald E. McNair
  • St Mary's High School
  • Stockton Early College Academy
  • Tokay

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 27 SOUTH

  • Be.tech
  • East Union
  • Edison Senior
  • Escalon
  • Franklin
  • John C. Kimball
  • Merill West
  • Mountain House
  • Pacific Law Academy
  • Sierra
  • Stagg
  • Stockton Collegiate International School
  • Tracy Jt. Union
  • Weston Ranch

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 28 EAST

  • Basic
  • Coral Academy of Science LV
  • Coronado
  • Del Sol
  • Foothill
  • Green Valley
  • Liberty
  • Silverado
  • Valley High School

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 28 NORTH

  • Advanced Tech Academy
  • Canyon Springs
  • Desert Pines
  • East Career Technical Academy
  • Las Vegas Acady/Intl Studies/Prf Visual Arts
  • Las Vegas High School
  • Legacy
  • Mission High School
  • Mojave
  • Rancho High School
  • Veterans Tribute CTA

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 28 SOUTH

  • American Prep
  • Desert Oasis
  • Durango
  • Ed W Clark
  • Faith Lutheran
  • Pahrump Valley
  • Sierra Vista
  • Southwest CTA
  • Spring Valley

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 28 WEST

  • Arbor View
  • Centennial
  • Cheyenne
  • Cimarron-Memorial
  • Northwest Career & Tech. Academy
  • Palo Verde
  • Shadow Ridge
  • The Meadows School
  • West Career Tech Academy
  • Western

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 30 NORTH

  • Brea-Olinda
  • Buena Park
  • California
  • EL Dorado
  • El Rancho
  • Fullerton
  • La Habra
  • La Serna
  • Sonora
  • Sunny Hills
  • Troy
  • Valencia
  • Whittier Christian

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 30 SOUTH

  • Anaheim
  • Cypress
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Kotella
  • Loara
  • Los Alamitos
  • Magnolia
  • Oxford Academy
  • Savanna
  • Servite
  • Western
  • Whitney

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 31

  • El Capitan
  • Granite Hills
  • Grossmont
  • Grossmont Middle College
  • Helix
  • Monte Vista
  • Mountain Empire
  • Santana
  • Steele Canyon
  • Valhalla
  • West Hills

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 32

  • Cardinal newman/Ursuline
  • Casa Grande
  • Cloverdale
  • Healdsburg
  • Maria Carillo
  • Montgomery
  • Piner
  • Santa Rosa
  • Sonoma Valley
  • Windsor

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 33

  • Arvin
  • Frontier
  • Garces Memorial
  • Shafter
  • South Bakersfield
  • Taft Union
  • Tehachapi
  • Wonderful College Prep Academy

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 34 NORTH

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Aragon
  • Burlingame
  • Carlmont
  • El Camino
  • Hillsdale
  • Jefferson
  • Lowell
  • Mills
  • Notre Dame High School-Belmont
  • San Mateo
  • Sequoia
  • South San Francisco
  • St. Ignatius College Prep
  • Westmoor

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 34 SOUTH

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 35 EAST

  • Bonita
  • Charter Oak
  • Covina
  • Diamond Bar
  • iPoly
  • John A. Rowland
  • La Puente
  • Nogales
  • Northview
  • San Dimas
  • South Hills
  • Walnut
  • William Workman

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 35 WEST

  • Arcadia
  • Arroyo High School
  • Baldwin Park
  • CSArts-SGV
  • Duarte
  • Edgewood
  • El Monte
  • Glendora
  • Los Altos
  • Monrovia
  • Mountain View
  • Sierra Vista
  • West Covina
  • Wilson

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 36 EAST

  • Citrus Valley
  • Indian Springs
  • Middle College
  • Pacific High School
  • Redlands East Valley
  • Redlands Senior
  • San Gorgonio
  • Yucaipa

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 36 WEST

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 37 EAST

  • Del Lago Academy
  • Escondido
  • High Tech High North County
  • La Costa Canyon
  • Mission Hills
  • Orange Glen
  • San Marcos
  • San Pasqual Academy
  • San Pasqual High School
  • Valley Center

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 37 NORTH

  • Chaparral
  • Great Oak
  • Linfield Christian
  • Murrieta Mesa
  • Orange Vista
  • Paloma Valley
  • Perris
  • Rancho Verde
  • Santa Rosa Academy
  • St. Jeanne
  • Temecula Valley
  • Vista Murrieta

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 37 SOUTH

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 37 WEST

  • Army & Navy Academy
  • Carlsbad
  • El Camino High School
  • Fallbrook
  • Guajome Park Academy
  • Mission Vista
  • North Country Trade Tech
  • Rancho Buena Vista
  • Sage Creek
  • San Dieguito Academy
  • Tri-City Christian School
  • Vista High School

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 38 EAST

  • Apple Valley
  • Barstow
  • Cobalt Institute of Math & Science
  • Granite Hills
  • Serrano
  • Silverado
  • University Preparatory
  • Victor Valley

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 38 WEST

  • Antelope Valley Learning Academy
  • Desert Sands Charter
  • Eastside
  • Highlandr
  • Littlerock
  • Paraclete
  • Pete Knight
  • Quartz Hill
  • Sherman Burroughs
  • SOAR
  • The Palmdale Aerospace Academy

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 42 EAST

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 42 WEST

  • Buena
  • Channel Islands
  • Dos Pueblo
  • Oxnard
  • Pacifica
  • Rio Mesa
  • Santa Paula
  • Ventura

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 43

  • Marina
  • Monterey Union
  • San Benito
  • San Lorenzo Valley
  • Scotts Valley
  • Seaside
  • The York School

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 44 NORTH

  • Bear River
  • Ghidotti
  • Lincoln
  • Nevada Union
  • Phoenix High School
  • Placer
  • Rocklin
  • Western Sierra Collegiate Academy
  • Whitney

D02N KIWIS

DIVISION 44 SOUTH

D02S LAVENDERLLAMAS

DIVISION 44 WEST

  • Bella Vista
  • Casa Roble
  • Center
  • Del Campo
  • Granite Bay
  • Mesa Verde
  • Oakmont
  • Rio Linda
  • Roseville
  • Woodcreek

D03N POLARBEARS

DIVISION 46 NORTH

  • Beyer
  • Central Catholic
  • Enochs
  • Grace Davis
  • Gregori
  • Modesto
  • Oakdale
  • Peter Johansen
  • Riverbank
  • Thomas Downey
  • Valley Charter
  • Vanguard College Prep Academy

D03S WOLVES

DIVISION 46 SOUTH

 

What kind of service projects can a Key Club undertake?

There is almost no limit to the scope and nature of Key Club service projects. The Key Club Web site, Key Club Magazine, and conventions all offer ideas for service opportunities. Better yet, begin by looking around your school for existing needs.

Are there any minimums for involvement in a Key Club?

Many clubs utilize a point system in which members earn points for attending meetings and projects. The best rule of thumb is the 50-hour rule: Every Key Club member should be willing to undertake 50 hours of service each year. (Throughout the organization, more than 12 million service hours are produced annually.)

My high school already has more than one service club. Why should we add a Key Club?

First, and most importantly, most high schools can only benefit by having more clubs provide positive service opportunities for students. Multiple service clubs can, when properly encouraged, produce a synergy of service to a school and community. Second, Key Club is one of the few organizations that actually is a student-led organization from top to bottom. That means the members elect the officers and pay the dues. What better way to teach real responsibility?

What’s the cost for chartering a new Key Club?

The chartering fee for new Key Clubs is US $600 and must be paid at the time of chartering.This fee includes the membership pins, cards, handbooks, certificates, a gong, gavel, and banner.

How many members are needed to start a new Key Club?

Fifteen is all it takes; however, no more than one-half should be scheduled to graduate in the same year.

The club membership form asks for member names and mailing addresses. Will Key Club sell or rent these to third parties?

Absolutely not! The membership database is for the exclusive use of Kiwanis International's Key Club Department and Key Club International. It will only be used to mail organization and benefit information to members under the control of Key Club and Kiwanis.

Can an all-male or all-female club be chartered? In an all-male or all-female school, this is permissible.

In a co-ed enrollment, US and Canadian schools are at risk of being in violation of existing federal and state/provincial laws prohibiting discrimination based upon gender.

How do I build a new Key Club?

With a Kiwanis club in your community, order a new-club-building kit from Key Club International.

Mission | Vision | Core Values

Mission Statement

Key Club is an international, student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership.

Vision Statement

We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities world-wide.

Core Values 

The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness.

For more information on these core values, see the Key Club International

 

Pledge/Motto/Objects

Key Club Pledge

I pledge on my honor to uphold the objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school, and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

Key Club Motto

The Key Club Motto is “Caring – Our way of Life.” Through Key Club’s work in the home, school, and community, Key Club members have learned that their organization is built around the concept of caring. With this concept as the foundation of the organization, Key Club will continue to be an effective and contributing organization in our schools and communities.

Objects of Key Club International

To develop initiative and leadership

To provide experience in living and working together

To serve the school and community

To prepare for useful citizenship

To cooperate with the school principal

To accept and promote the following ideals:

  • To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life.
  • To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.
  • To promote the adoption and application of higher standards in scholarship, sportsmanship, and social contacts.
  • To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.
  • To provide a practical means to form  enduring friendships, to render unselfish service, and to build better communities.
  • To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which will make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill.

A Brief History of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District of Key Club International

           In 1924, Sacramento High School in Sacramento, California was suffering from destructive clubs and fraternities. The fraternities were outlawed and moved underground, meanwhile continuing to exercise a negative influence on the student population. Teachers and community leaders of Sacramento High feared the detrimental influence of the destructive clubs and fraternities. These leaders sought a means of replacing the negative groups’ influence with wholesome youth activities. Mr. John Dale, the principal of Sacramento High, and Mr. Frank Vincent, a faculty member, thought their school needed an organization of students who discouraged delinquency by leading through good examples.

            Mr. Vincent asked the local Kiwanis Club for help to establish such a beneficial organization for educating youth. The two men decided to pattern a new group after their local Kiwanis Club. John Dale and Frank Vincent’s idea of a junior service club similar to Kiwanis was presented in 1924. A charter for the club was not approved until after eleven young men signed a petition on March 25, 1925 to the Kiwanis International Office in Chicago requesting to be chartered as a Junior Kiwanis Club. By the time the charter was granted and the club held its first meeting, the membership had grown to twenty-five members.

            Kiwanis hoped to provide vocational guidance to the students of the entire school through the Junior Kiwanis Club. The club became known as the Key Club because of the positive influence the key students who planned the club’s weekly luncheon meetings had on the school’s atmosphere. Kiwanians attended their Key Club Meetings as guest speakers and Key Club members attended Kiwanis meetings. As the experience of Key Club grew, a trend developed  expanding the original purpose of providing vocational guidance and worthwhile activities to students. Soon the entire Sacramento High student body was allowed to join a newly formed service organization, and a social program was offered to balance its service activities.

            Key Club went through a period of expansion by word-of-mouth in following years. The youth service organization convinced communities throughout the United States to start Key Clubs patterned after the first Key Club established at Sacramento High School. By 1939, about fifty Key Clubs were chartered, mostly in the southern U.S. In the same year, Florida formed a State Association of Key Clubs (The first Key Club District). In 1943, the Florida State Association of Key Clubs invited Key Clubbers from Alabama, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Tennessee to attend its convention. Afterwards, Key Clubs formed an international association and elected Malcolm Lewis of West Palm Beach, Florida as its first president. In 1946, the official Key Club International Constitution and Bylaws were approved, and the association became Key Club international (KCI).

            The first five clubs officially chartered by Key Club International were at Sacramento, Monterey, Oakland Technical, Hemet, and Stockton (now Edison) High Schools. Key Club grew beyond the place of its birth, and a few clubs already existed in Nevada. In 1947, it was decided that a district should be formed. The first step was taken as all Key Clubs and Kiwanis Clubs in California were invited to hold a conference in San Diego in October of 1947. The Key Club California-Nevada (Cali-Nev) District Bylaws and Constitution were adopted and new district officers were elected. John Cooper of Oakland Technical High School was the first District Governor of the Cali-Nev District. The first official Cali-Nev District Convention was held in Oakland in March 1948. It was attended by eighty members representing the 23 recognized district Key Clubs.

            The California-Nevada District converted to the California-Nevada-Hawaii (Cali-Nev-Ha, CNH) District when McKinley High School Key Club was established in Hawaii in 1952. The first edition of the Cali-Nev-Ha Key appeared on May 1, 1954. Presently Cali-Nev-Ha has over 45,000 Key Club Members from 736 clubs in eighteen regions, and 74 divisions!