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  1. CNH | KEY CLUB Welcome! Opening Session Erinn Wong CNH District Governor MAY BOARD MEETING 2011

  2. CNH | KEY CLUB Team Building Executive Team MAY BOARD MEETING 2011

  3. Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation The Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation is building a better future for our children.

  4. Overview of the KiwanisCal-Nev-Ha Foundation • Established in 1965 • A non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization • Board consists of 20 members who meet at least three times per year • Meetings open to all!

  5. Help Us . . . Help You . . . Help Others . . .

  6. Programs of the KiwanisCal-Nev-Ha Foundation Pediatric Trauma Program Club and Division Grants Disaster Relief SLP Leadership Training and Scholarships

  7. Grant Programs

  8. Grant Programs • Assist Kiwanis and SLP clubs in developing service projects • Grants available for new projects • Grants available to SLP clubs for PTP projects; matching funds up to $250

  9. Disaster Relief Program

  10. Disaster Relief Program • Provides emergency financial assistance • Recent funding includes: • Angora Wildfires in Tahoe, CA • Southern California Wildfires (2003, 2007 and 2008)

  11. SLP Scholarships and Leadership Training Photo courtesy of Pete Ballew

  12. Scholarship Fund • Established in 1981 by Past Governor Kenneth C. Forror, M.D. • Provides financial assistance to members of Circle K, Key Club and KIWIN’S • Approximately $122,000 provided annually!

  13. Loretta Barksdale-McElwain Scholarship • Established in 1997 through the generosity of Les McElwain in memory of his wife Loretta • Awarded to a Key Club or KIWIN’S graduating senior, for post-secondary education • Largest award available to a SLP recipient – annual average $22,000!

  14. Glenn E. and Millie Muggelberg Scholarship • Established in 2010 through the generosity of Glenn and Millie Muggelberg • Scholarship awards will increase in future years

  15. William and Gretchen Lofthouse Memorial Scholarship • Established in 2010 in recognition of the contributions made by the Lofthouse Family • Three awards each year; one for Circle K, one for Key Club and one for KIWIN’S

  16. William Menafra & John Woodall Memorial Scholarships • Established in honor of William Menafra, Director of the Foundation and ardent supporter of Circle K • Established in honor of John Woodall, Past Governor of CKI and long time supporter of Circle K • Awarded to a Circle K member

  17. Leadership Training • Provides officers of SLP organizations with the leadership techniques and tools. • Approximately $40,000 - $48,000 spent annually to train SLP officers

  18. Pediatric Trauma . . . . . . Our Major Focus To develop local projects, which will reduce the number of children in our District who are killed or injured by trauma.

  19. First, the good news . . . From 1987 – 2004 the unintentional injury death rate among children ages 14 and under has dropped by 43% Safe Kids USA

  20. And now, the bad news . . . • Unintentional injury remains the #1 killer of children age 14 and under in the U.S. • Unintentional injury kills more kids every year than any other cause – including disease, homicide and suicide!

  21. Injuries are No Accident Injuries are not inevitable; they are preventable.

  22. How Do We Address These Needs? Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland (1994) Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital (1994) Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego (1994)

  23. How Do We Address These Needs? Children’s Hospital Central California (2000) Kapi´olani Medical Center for Women and Children (2003) Renown Children’s Hospital (2004) Formerly Washoe Medical Center

  24. Working Together . . . • Providing First Responder Training • APLS, PEPP, PALS, ENPC and BTLS Photo Courtesy of Kapi´olani Medical Center

  25. Working Together . . . Purchasing Pediatric Medical Equipment

  26. Working Together . . . Expanding Community Outreach Programs

  27. Kiwanis Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program “The Kiwanis Doctor”

  28. What is PediatricEmergency Medicine? • Developed in 1992 • 1,446 PEM physicians (as of 2008) • One qualified PEM physician for every 22,000 children visiting the ER!

  29. PEM Physicians . . . • Specialize in the care of acutely ill or injured children and teens • Treat a range of medical emergencies that require immediate attention and are often life threatening • Meet the unique medical needs of children • Diagnose problems in distressed, uncooperative children

  30. Why is This Important? • One third of the approximately 99 million annual ER visits is for a child • Many not receiving appropriate or timely care due to staff’s lack of pediatric training • Babies and children are not “little people” - needs are vastly different than an adult’s

  31. Our Kiwanis Doctors Dr. Andrea Thorp Dr. Tim Young Dr. Sarah Christian-Kopp

  32. Pediatric Trauma Fundraising

  33. How are PTP Fundraising $$$ Spent? • Grants to our Partner Hospitals • Grants to our Kiwanis and SLP clubs • PTP Safety Items

  34. Pediatric Trauma Grants

  35. PTP Grants for SLP • Established to assist SLP clubs in financing PTP service projects on a start up basis • PTP grants are for new PTP projectsonly • Grant funding is limited to 50% of the total project cost, up to $250 per grant

  36. How to Apply for a Grant • Complete the SLP - PTP grant application • Include the following: • An estimate of service hours committed to the project • Date when funds are required • A copy of the club’s current year Community Service Budget (if available) • A project budget including club funds committed, “in-kind” donations, and other sources of outside funding

  37. Contact Information Patrick Liddell, Foundation President B (818) 246-5644 x 115 liddell@melbyanderson.com Pete Horton, Secretary/Treasurer B (877) 597-1770, Ext. 104 Cell (925) 216-2926 Email: pete@cnhkiwanis.org Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation 8360 Red Oak St., Ste. 201, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-0608 Tel: (909) 989-1500 Toll Free: (877) 597-1770

  38. Contact Information Jennifer Chaves, Pediatric Trauma Program Coordinator B (877) 597-1770, Ext. 126 Email: jennifer@cnhkiwanis.org Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation 8360 Red Oak St., Ste. 201, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-0608 Tel: (909) 989-1500 Toll Free: (877) 597-1770

  39. KEY CLUB Bee-ing a Lieutenant Governor By: Erinn Wong

  40. Agreement to Serve • Perform AT LEAST 50 hours of service • Above and BEEyond = 75 hours • Send reports, directory, and budget ON TIME • Attend MANDATORY board meetings & District Convention • Hold at least 8 Divisional Council Meetings • Contribute at least 10 monthly submissions to the district news • Conduct an Officer Training Conference, Regional Training Conference, and Conclave • Encourage on time dues payment • Diligently participate in your assigned district committee • Promote the Kiwanis Family organization and the Key Club core values • Communicate with your Regional Advisor at least 2 times a month • Abide by the Code of Conduct • Maintain high academic standards and follow school rules • Know your division and its clubs

  41. Code of Conduct • Behave professionally (Section A) • If there is any reasonable suspicion the District Administrator has the right to search your room (Section B) • No alcohol, tobacco, or drugs unless it is prescription (Section C) • Curfew is from 12am-5am (Section D) • No females shall be allowed in the room of any male Key Clubber and no male may be in the room of any female Key Clubber. (Section E)

  42. Medical Release Forms • The “Do’s”: • Do travel with your Medical Release Form • Do BEE safe • The “Do-nots”: • Do not travel outside of your region without permission from both regional advisors • Do not act before thinking

  43. Distinguished Lt. Governor • These guidelines are only recommendations, not mandatory • Distinguished will be rewarded to Lt. Governors who go above and BEE-yond…the little things count. • Quality before Quantity • Many things are taken into consideration: • Submissions / Work / Attitude / Effort

  44. Distinguished Lt. Governor • Home Club • Bee a good standing member • Complete 75 hours of service (recommended) • Attend Home Club meetings • Kiwanis Family • Attend special events, DCMs, and meetings • Communicate and inform your Kiwanis

  45. Distinguished Lt. Governor • Division • Raise the current bar • Membership, attendance, service hours, funds for PTP, etc. • Complete Committee Work • Send items requested by District Technology Editor Elijah Kang • Articles, visuals, etc. • Submit your work ON TIME • MRF for each month • DCM Agendas • District Publication inserts • Training Conference Reports • Complete non-required tasks • Challenge of the Month, etc. • Communication

  46. Expectations • Work: • Club Visitations • Divisional Council Meetings • Community Service • Checking email at least once a day • Agendas, Reports, and Contributions • Committee Assignments • Visiting Kiwanis Family • Communicate • Bonding: • Home Club Bonding • Divisional Bonding • Region Bonding • Advisor Bonding • District Board Bonding • Lots and lots of bonding • Conflict: • Divisional • Scheduling • Personal • Motivational

  47. Member Roots Don’t forget how it feels like to be a member. When you don’t know what to do ask yourself, “What would I have liked?”

  48. Sacrifices • Time • Extra Opportunities • Time with friends and family • Non-Key Club related dreams

  49. Gains • Stronger friendships • Awesome public speaking skills • Stronger work ethic • Networking across three states • Key Club connections • Professional skills

  50. Advice • Ask for help! You’re not alone. • Communicate, communicate, communicate. • Find a balance. • Do not procrastinate. • Listen to criticism and advice but take it like a grain of salt.