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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!

Rose Float Decorating

TN, University, D04C

On Friday, December 29th, University High School Key Club members went with Division 4 Central and Division 4 South to the Phoenix Decorating Company facility in Irwindale, CA to help prep and decorate for the upcoming Rose Float Parade. Starting bright and early, UNI and Trabuco Hill Key Club members were assigned to work on the Newport Beach float, the longest float in the parade’s history! After meeting with the float’s crew chief, Tim, members were delegated different responsibilities like prepping flowers or gluing them onto the float. One of UNI’s members was lucky enough to go on top of the float and work on gluing flowers onto the actual float, while the rest of the group got to prep the flowers by removing them from their stem and placing glue on the backs of them. Being able to work together on one specific float the entire day with other division members was an incredible way to truly get to know each other, see everybody’s artistic skills come to life, and make new friends! Rose Float Decorating with the divisions was such a joyous event and UNI definitely can’t wait to come back next year and work with Tim and the Phoenix Decorating Company again! 

Tamura Movie Night

KD, Ocean View, D04W

On December 27th, Ocean View Key Club members went to a fellow board member's house to bake and decorate fresh new cookies. This event was super important to our school’s club because it involved many members and united the club. We started the event by eating delicious food that the other members of the Key Club brought, from chicken to pizza. We were stuffed with delight. Then we began to bake the cookies. First, we smoothed out the dough, then we put it on trays. Finally, we set the oven to 350 degrees and let it bake. Afterward, we took the dough out and covered it with unique decorations. From sprinkles to frosting to anything else we could put on top, many of our members enjoyed this event, which made them want to be more involved in Key Club for more memories like this one. The night ended with us going past the original end time limit and sitting around one another, talking and laughing. We had an amazing potluck with delicious food and a great cookie social. We can’t wait to do this again next year.

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 2024-2025 goals are as follows:

 

14,204/400,000 Service Hours

 3.5%

$5,691.32/$175,000 PTP/YES! Initiative

 3.2%

27,810/32,000 Dues Paid Members

 86.9%

 

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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