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Division 34
CalNevHa

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Cal-Nev-Ha
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Division 34

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Lt. Governor Tom Farley

Division 34

Cal Nev Ha
District

California Nevada Hawaii
 

 

 

Serving the Children of the World.....
 

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.

 

 

 

A Message from the Lt. Governor

February 2017

RTC [Regional Training Conference]: Send as many club members as you can to the RTC for divisions 12, 34, & 43 on Saturday, March 25, from 9 am – 2 pm in San Jose. The cost including lunch is just $20! Agenda is on page 3 and the flyer is attached separately.

Regional Trustee election will be at the RTC. We will choose a past Lt. Governor to represent our region for three years on the Cal-Nev-Ha District board. Each club gets to name two voting delegates.

Kiwanis One Day for the Cal-Nev-Ha district will be on April First [No Fooling!] when our clubs and SLPs work together in service to our communities and involve SLP members’ parents and other guests in our Kiwanis family. Send your K-One-Day project information to Rosie Jimenez <rjimenez2@sbcglobal.net>.

A Signature Project Recognition Contest has been announced by Kiwanis International. It will showcase club-level projects making a difference in communities. Each district may submit one signature project from within the district to represent the district.

The Mort Korngold Award is given annually to an outstanding Kiwanian in Division 34. The San Carlos Club sponsors award. Clubs and individual Kiwanians may make nominations. Send nominations to Tom Farley <tom@div34.org> by April 1 so that the presentation may be made at the Governor’s Visit on May 12.

February DCM, Feb 15, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Friends Meeting House—Palo Alto Host

Next DCM, March 15, SSF Scavenger with SSF host
 

Tom Farley
Lt. Governor 2016/2017
Division 34     

CLUB MEMBERSHIP TOTALS FOR 2015-16

Club

Sept 2015

Sept 2016

2/13/17

net

Bayshore

9

10

10

0

Cupertino

7

 7

6

-1

De Anza

16

17

17

0

Los Altos

30

28

27

-1

Menlo Park

46

44

42

-2

Mountain View

23

22

22

0

Palo Alto

96

95

94

-1

Redwood City

29

25

25

0

San Carlos

36

43

42

-1

San Francisco

22

25

24

-1

San Mateo

26

29

33

+4

Silicon Valley

11

5

5

0

South San Francisco

29

27

27

0

Woodside Terrace AM

26

22

23

+1

 

 

 

 

 

Totals

406

399

397

-2

 

 

 

 

 


As of February 13, 2017 we are down -2. 

Goal: let’s have all clubs on the plus side, soon.

 

Father Christmas (aka Tom Farley) made a surprise visit to the Los Altos Kiwanis Tree Lot, accompanied by Mrs. Claus. Martha McClatchie, Los Altos Tree Lot Coordinator is pictured with the duo.

 

 

 

www.div34.org

 

Division 34 website

www.div34.org/d34map.pdf

 

Division 34 Map

 

 

 

 

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