Key Club_ Division Name Changes.

Dear Kiwanians & Faculty Advisors,  

For your information, in order to synchronize the Key Club divisions with the Kiwanis division re-alignment, both the Key Club CNH District Administrator and the Immediately Past Kiwanis Trustee for CNH Region 3, have agreed on the following Key Club division name changes for the 2017-2018 administrative year. The matter will go through the Key Club CNH District Board for due process.

 

The current Key Club Region 3 affected Divisions are D41 North and D41 South. After the name changes,

 

D41 North becomes D04 Central, and

 

D41 South becomes D04 South

 

These name changes occur before the end of the Key Club administrative year and it's disruptive and unfair to the current Key Club Division Lt. Governors  and their Leadership teams.

 

Therefore the affected Key Club divisions will continue to use the current names until the end of 2017-2018 Key Club administrative year.

 

The affected Key Club divisions will adapt the new division names at the start of the 2018-2019 Key Club administrative year.

 

Furthermore, these KC division name changes will NOT affect the existing Kiwanis-Key Club established sponsorships. They will continue as before.

 

Thank you for your support to the Service Leadership Program. 

Regards,  

Elaine Pong

Region Advisor - Key Club CNH Region 3

CHistine Nguyen EL Toro's Key clubber received 40K Edison Scholarship

Christine Nguyen, a senior at El Toro High School in Lake Forest, was visiting a college when she received a text from her mom — she got the Edison scholarship.

“A lot of my extracurricular activities have been focused around hunger outreach, and that stemmed from talking to the people who stop by my parent’s laundromat,” she said.

Her experience opened her eyes to the reality of homelessness in Orange County despite its stereotype of being wealthy, so she got proactive and helped expand a community garden program by securing grants, including one to grow crops for those in need.

“One in five children in Orange County are at risk of hunger each month,” said Nguyen.

She hopes to discover and flesh out the untold stories and issues with statistics and to find solutions through applied mathematics.

Nguyen plans to study at the University of California, Berkeley, and is grateful for the opportunities the scholarship will bring.

“The ability to focus on my studies in college is a luxury I’m really happy to have,” she said.

Source: insideedison

  Christine Nguyen, a senior at El Toro High School, plans to study applied mathematics at UC Berkeley.

Christine Nguyen, a senior at El Toro High School, plans to study applied mathematics at UC Berkeley.