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Headline News:  From CKI Convention.  Jesus Pelayo was recognized as Distinguished Ltg. With Excellence and CSU Fullerton won 1st Place, Club Achievement, Gold

Feeding the Rose Float Decorators
December 29


  • Convention Early Registration Deadline - June 23, 2017

  • Hotel Reservation Deadline - July 13, 2017  Nugget Casino Resort

  • Convention Regular Registration Deadline - July 19, 2017  (also the 100% and Host Division Club registration deadline)

  • Exhibitor registration deadline - July 19, 2017

  • Convention Registration Cancellation deadline - July 26, 2017

Click here for more information on registering for Convention

Debbie Says....

Debbie reported that not much new with membership but keep asking.  She did thank Josephine Chau and Rafa Alam for helping a soon-to-be CSUF student from the La Mirada area to soon join CSUF Circle K.  The Division is up 3 or 4 members for the year.  

Committee Reports

Ltg Richard reported that the District is up 1,200 members but they want 1,500 members but the end of September.  There are two new clubs up north.  

Mike Fields reported that the Stanton and Irvine clubs will be folding, which means Division 30 will only gain three new clubs instead of four come October 1st.  

On June 15th, Division 30 will be presenting at the Garden Grove meeting at Kiwanisland.  Mike, Debbie and three other division leaders will be attending and welcoming their club into Division 30.

Mike reported that $5,000 was given to CHOC from the Up with People concert.

Sponsored Leadership Program News

Key Club D30 North – Ltg Victoria Chau reported that members assisted the La Habra club in cooking, serving and cleaning up at its BUG Dinner.  At the May DCM, members made dog toys and cards for the military that Sonora Key Club delivered on Memorial Day.  They will be having a Skating Fundraiser on Sunday, June 11th from 6:30 – 8:30pm at Holiday Skate in Orange.  There are about 40 expected to attend plus chaperones.  On June 17th will be the Office Training Conference at Costa Mesa High School from 11:15am-5pm.

Key Club D30 South – Ltg Vivian Bui was proud to report that even though May is a very busy and stressful time for students, the division still managed to serve over 2,200 hours, partly by helping at the OC Marathon and Anaheim Children’s Festival.  At the May DCM, members helped clean up used books that were donated to a local organization.  So far, they have raised $900 for EliMiNaTe.  Her June DCM will be Saturday, June 10th from 11:30am-2pm and they will be doing three service projects at the meeting.

CSUF Circle K – Josephine Chau (Kiwanis Family Chair) thanked everyone who came out to serve pancake breakfast at Circle K’s Spring Training Conference.  Key service projects they have participated in are OC Night Market, La Habra’s BUG Dinner and an ongoing El Modena High School beautification project.  They will be helping out at Fullerton’s 5K on June 17th.  

She would like to invite everyone to the Kiwanis Family BBQ on Sunday, July 23rd from 1-5pm.  Look in your future emails for an invitation from her.  She informed members that she serves on the Circle K Kiwanis Family District committee and Karl Yabes reported that the chair of that committee is a former D30 South Key Clubber.

Election of 2017-2018 Division Officers

"What did I get myself into again?"

Cypress Kiwanis member and Past Ltg, Karl Dash, was elected lt. governor-for-life and Ed Rairie elected lt. governor-elect for the 2018–2019 year.

Reminder that each club must turn in its club’s I-Plan to Ltg Richard by August 1st.

Important Dates

Region 3 Training Conference will be held at the Bellflower Kiwanis Club, however, it HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO NOVEMBER 4th.

CLE Training for all newly elected Kiwanis club officers will be held on July 29th at Project Independence, 3505 Cadillac, Building O-103, Costa Mesa. Incoming club officers need to attend.

District Convention will be held August 3-6th, at the Nugget Casino, Sparks, NV. Registration is now open by clicking here.

LTG Region Installation will be September 24th at a location and exact timing to be determined (probably afternoon or early evening)

Rose Float Decorating Feeding will be on December 29th but at a new, secret new location

Governor’s Visit on March 17, 2018. Location to be determined

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Governor's Visit
April 9

Governor Pete Edwards

Click here for pictures of Gov's Visit on Sunday April 9th.

Thanks to Div. Secretary Amy Scheibel for her notes used on this page.

Club Reports
from June 8 DCM

Greater Anaheim – The club participated in a successful Children’s Festival in May.  Most recently, the club held its All Star Baseball Banquet on May 31st with the 50th annual All Star game on June 6th.  They are winding down their BUG awards with only a few awards left to be distributed out of the 24 schools.  On June 11th, there will a Flag Day event at Pearson Park.

Cypress – Members cooked pancakes for the Cypress Youth Baseball League and at least one member helped at the La Habra BUG dinner.  On June 6th, they had a semi-successful member night with one application turned in and a few prospects still interested.

This Saturday, June 11th marks the beginning of Concerts in the Park where they will be serving hamburgers and hot dogs every Saturday through the first part of August.

La Palma – The morning meeting had a recent special guest – Josephine Chau from Circle K.  Members served pancakes to seniors at Whitney High School.  On July 4th, the club’s largest fundraiser is serving pancakes at the city’s 5K/10K.  A future concert in the park will find them serving hot dogs as well.

La Habra Highlanders – On May 7th, they had their annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast and were joined by several members of the La Mirada club.  On June 25th, a warm pancake breakfast will be served to participants at the Relay for Life (La Habra High School).

The club will be selling water at the Corn Festival from 8/4 – 8/6 and they are also in the queue to sell water at a July concert in the park.

Brea – Scholarships have been awarded to the high school and junior high level.  College student scholarship applications are now closed and applications are currently being reviewed.  The club participated in the Brea Plunge where special needs kids learn life skills.  On July 4th, the club will be serving pancakes at the city’s annual event and the winners of the club’s wine raffle will be drawn.

Placentia – Congratulations to the club in celebrating its 5th birthday recently where they inducted a new member.  On June 10th, the club will be participating in Placentia Buzz at Tri City Park with a duck toss from 10am-1pm.  The next morning, members will be serving breakfast to the Special Olympics volunteers at Cal State Long Beach.  On June 24th, members will be serving food at the opening day of the Placentia Library summer reading program.  The club recently served hot dogs at the Miracle League’s closing ceremony.

Greater Whittier – Members from La Palma and LTG Richard recently attended their meeting where they also inducted a new member.  June 25th is their San Manuel Turnaround and you may still join them for $20.  On June 29th, the Concerts in the Park at Parnell Park begins where they will be cooking/serving food each week.  They will also be serving hot dogs at York Field on July 4th at the fireworks event.  Because they meet on the first Tuesday of every month, their meeting for July will be cancelled since it falls on 7/4.  If any clubs are interested in doing an inter club with Whittier, be advised their meeting in August will move to later in the month.  Check with them before attending.

La Mirada -  After a year or more in developing, members will be finally setting up the Reading Oasis room at Foster Road Elementary on June 16th starting at 11am.  Labels will be put in each book, shelves assembled, audio center assembled, wall and ceiling decorations created.  The grand opening for the room is tentatively scheduled for August 28th at Back to School Night pending confirmation from the school.  July 1-4 – fireworks set-up and sales – booth is located at the corner of Imperial and Santa Gertrudes.  The club may not have enough support to have a booth at the July 3rd festivities.  If the club decides to do it, Circle K and Key Club help is needed!  One new member application will be reviewed at the upcoming board meeting.

Placentia and La Mirada Kiwanis Thank Circle K with Pancake Breakfast

(Circle K Past Pres. Karl Yabes and Kiwanis Ltg Richard at the grill)

To show their appreciation for all the help Circle K has given them, the Kiwanis Clubs of Placentia and La Mirada cooked and provided a pancake breakfast to the Circle K'ers attending their annual Spring Training Conference held at Cal-State-Fullerton.

Kiwanians from Brea, Greater Anaheim, and Fullerton participated.

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