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Division 34

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Division 34 of the California Nevada Hawaii District serves the San Francisco peninsula from San Francisco to Cupertino and is composed of 14 Kiwanis Clubs--

Bayshore Community, Cupertino, De Anza, Greater San Mateo, Los Altos, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, South San Francisco, and Woodside Terrace A.M.

 

Kiwanis is
a global organization
of volunteers
dedicated to
improving the world
one child and
one community
at a time.

 

 

This is a big week for Division 34!  Friday, May 18 is our Special Games. I hope all of you who can, will participate. It has been said, that if you don’t know why you’re a Kiwanian, come to Special Games, and you will know!  This event is not only special to us, it is being recognized as a finalist in KI’s Signature Projects of the year.  Friday evening is Governor Joni’s official visit.    If you want to attend, and have not yet RSVP’d, please e-mail me directly by Monday, May 14, and you can pay at the door.   As a reminder, the schedule is:

  • Presidents’ meeting with Joni5:30 PM
  • No-host Bar 6:30 PM
  • Dinner and Program7:00 PM

The location is the Sheraton Palo Alto, and the cost of the dinner is $55. Just a reminder to all the Presidents, that we would really like to see you at the meeting with Joni at 5:30.

Our International Convention will be a little closer to home this year – in Las Vegas! The dates are June 28 – July 1.  Registration is now open. Hotel choices are the Paris hotel and Bally’s, and I know a lot of us will be staying at the Paris.

The CalNevHa convention will be in Kona, Hawaii, from August 9 to 11 at the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa.  Hotel reservations and registration can be made through the website: http://www.cnhkiwanis.org/Page/34369.  We’re hoping for a good turnout from Div. 34!

One of my goals as Lt. Governor this year is to start a new Club in Sunnyvale. I am excited to report that our membership and Club advisor team has been working with Valarie Brown-Klingelhoefer, who is Cal-Nev-Ha’s Club opener, and Bob Larsen, Region 9 Trustee to recruit new members. Val and her team have been contacting local businesses and will continue to do so over the next few weeks. If any of you know someone in Sunnyvale who would be a good Kiwanian, please let me know!

Keep an eye on the newsletter – many clubs are having fundraisers and activities!  Please support them if you can.

Please contact me if there is anything that your Club needs. I'm here to help!
 

Thanks,
Pat

Upcoming DCM’s: May 16 --Los Altos State Farm Office
June 20-- SSF Scavenger Co
 

 

 

CLUB MEMBERSHIP TOTALS FOR 2017-18

Club

Sept 2015

Sept 2016

9/10/17

net

Bayshore

9

10

10

0

Cupertino

7

 7

6

-1

De Anza

16

17

17

0

Los Altos

30

28

30

+2

Menlo Park

46

44

43

-2

Mountain View

23

22

21

-1

Palo Alto

96

95

92

-3

Peninsula Young Pros.

0

0

27

+27

Redwood City

29

25

25

0

San Carlos

36

43

45

+1

San Francisco

22

25

24

-1

San Mateo

26

29

34

+5

Silicon Valley

11

5

5

0

South San Francisco

29

27

26

-1

Woodside Terrace AM

26

22

23

+1

 

 

 

 

 

Totals

406

399

427

+28

 

 

 

 

 


in 2017-2018 GOVERNOR’S DISTRICT GOALS:

    •District will be +100 on September 30, 2018
    •20 New Clubs in 2017-2018
    •Every Club holds New Member Guest Day
    •Clubs apply for District Foundation Grants
    •1 Rose Float sponsorship per Club of $125 or More
    •164 New Dunlap Fellowship awards: 4 per Division
    •400 Distinguished Service Awards: 10 DSAs per Division
    AND
    •Involve every Division in the development of Aktion Clubs
     

 2017-2018 GOVERNOR’S DISTRICT GOALS:

    • District will be +100 on September 30, 2018
    • 20 New Clubs in 2017-2018
    • Every Club holds New Member Guest Day
    • Clubs apply for District Foundation Grants
    • 1 Rose Float sponsorship per Club of $125 or More
    • 164 New Dunlap Fellowship awards:  4 per Division
    • 400 Distinguished Service Awards: 
       10 DSAs per Division AND
    • Involve every Division in the development of Aktion Clubs

Mark your Calendar

Special Games XL will be held at the beautiful West Valley Campus, Friday May 18, 2018.  That's right, the Games is FORTY! So, mark
your calendar now.

Your Help Is Needed --For 4 decades volunteers from Kiwanis, Key Club, Circle K and Builders have turned out by the hundreds to host this important event for about a thousand special needs kids from Santa Clara County. It's hard to imagine a more worthwhile, inspiring, uplifting and purely Kiwanian event than the Special Games. `

We need you there on game day. But we need you for more than that -- The Games is organized as a group of committees, each of which is responsible for a component of the Games' operations.  There is a critical need for individual Kiwanians to step up and take on one of these fun rewarding tasks. The need is immediate.

Please Contact:

    SGInfo@LosAltosKiwanis.Org
    Martha-    martha.mcclatchie@losaltoskiwanis.org
    Brian -    brian.dahlquist@efi.com
    Lanie-     pakcmgmt@gmail.com
    Zia-         zinsteine@gmail.com (Div12)

 

MEET THE 2018/2019 KEY CLUB LT. GOVERNORS

Div. 34-South Key Club Lt Governor Sadhana Sarma (L) & 2017/18 LTG, Veronica Martin (R)

Div. 34-North Key Club
 Lt. Governor, Kristie Poon
 

www.div34.org

 

Division 34 website

 

 

 

www.facebook.com/KiwanisCalNevHaDivision34

@Kiwanis_D34_LTG

 

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