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    annanaran

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    CNH Key Club Convention

    Post  annanaran on Tue Apr 13, 2010 8:04 pm

    AHS’s Key Club members traveled to northern California for a three day convention from Apr. 9 to Apr. 11, where they recognized the close of the term and the start of another. Thousands of Key Club members from the California, Nevada, and Hawaii (CNH) area all gathered at Sacramento, California to attend workshops, elections, and most importantly celebrations. Key Club is a prestigious club on campus that is all about leadership and giving back to the community. The District CNH convention that members attend annually allows them to look back on the past term, share ideas, and learn new ways to improve programs, for the upcoming term.

    President, Carpus Tin briefly explained that at the convention the Key clubbers “reviewed the past year, recognized District achievement, attended various workshops to help us [the Key clubbers] in the next term, elected next year’s District officers, and socialized.” One of the many District achievements was that during this year CNH raised over $137,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). PTP is a part of the Kiwanis CNH foundation (the adult version of Key Club) where they recognize the need for education and training in the areas of pediatric trauma and injury prevention. This program was established by Kiwanis in 1944, and has begun to create local projects, which will hopefully help reduce the number of children who are killed or injured in accidents.

    Carpus also mentioned that there were a “couple dozen workshop” opportunities such as one that teaches members how to manage clubs, one that only the new officers for the upcoming term attend, and one that only the members can partake in. After reflecting on the past, and attending workshops, CNH district was able to dance the night away and mingle with Key Club members from other high schools at the convention. This was a nice close to an insightful convention. Out of the 250,000 members of Key Club that exist all around the world, about 40,000 are a part of the CNH district. Approximately 4,000 members took part in the district convention.

    According to the Key Club website, “Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students.” This student ran club is committed to giving back to the community and building leadership among students. Key Club has been around for 80 years and can be found on over 5,000 high school campuses. This annual convention brings together the district of CNH to unite fellow Key clubbers. Carpus explained that the district convention’s location “alternates from northern California, to southern California,” which allows students with the same passion for leadership dynamics and volunteering to bond together.

    As the last chapter of AHS Key Club came to a close, the Key Club convention prepared members for the next year. With the convention under their belt, the AHS Key clubbers are ready to forge into the next year.

    Joanna Liao

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    Re: CNH Key Club Convention

    Post  Joanna Liao on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:37 pm

    AHS’s Key Club members traveled to northern California for a three day convention from Apr. 9 to Apr. 11, where they recognized the close of the term and the start of another. Thousands of Key Club members from the California, Nevada, and Hawaii (CNH) area all gathered at Sacramento, California to attend workshops, elections, and most importantly celebrations. Key Club is a prestigious club on campus that is all about leadership and giving back to the community. The District CNH convention that members attend annually allows them to look back on the past term, share ideas, and learn new ways to improve programs, (delete comma) for the upcoming term.

    (Junior)
    President, (no comma) Carpus Tin briefly explained that at the convention the Key clubbers “reviewed the past year, recognized District achievement, attended various workshops to help us [the Key clubbers] in the next term, elected next year’s District officers, and socialized.” One of the many District achievements was that during this year CNH raised over $137,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). PTP is a part of the Kiwanis CNH foundation (the adult version of Key Club) where they recognize the need for education and training in the areas of pediatric trauma and injury prevention. This program was established by Kiwanis in 1944, and has begun to create local projects, which will hopefully help reduce the number of children who are killed or injured in accidents.

    Carpus also mentioned that there were a “couple dozen workshop” opportunities such as one that teaches members how to manage clubs, one that only the new officers for the upcoming term attend, and one that only the members can partake in. After reflecting on the past, and attending workshops, CNH district was able to dance the night away and mingle with Key Club members from other high schools at the convention. This was a nice close to an insightful convention. Out of the 250,000 members of Key Club that exist all around the world, about 40,000 are a part of the CNH district. Approximately 4,000 members took part in the district convention.

    According to the Key Club website, “Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students.” This student ran club is committed to giving back to the community and building leadership among students. Key Club has been around for 80 years and can be found on over 5,000 high school campuses. This annual convention brings together the district of CNH to unite fellow Key clubbers. Carpus explained that the district convention’s location “alternates from northern California, to southern California,” which allows students with the same passion for leadership dynamics and volunteering to bond together.

    As the last chapter of AHS Key Club came to a close, the Key Club convention prepared members for the next year. With the convention under their belt, the AHS Key clubbers are ready to forge (word choice) into the next year.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: CNH Key Club Convention

    Post  annanaran on Sun Apr 18, 2010 11:50 am

    AHS’s Key Club members traveled to northern California for a three day convention from Apr. 9 to Apr. 11, where they recognized the close of the term and the start of another. Thousands of Key Club members from the California, Nevada, and Hawaii (CNH) area all gathered at Sacramento, California to attend workshops, elections, and most importantly celebrations. Key Club is a prestigious club on campus that is all about leadership and giving back to the community. The District CNH convention that members attend annually allows them to look back on the past term, share ideas, and learn new ways to improve programs for the upcoming term.

    Junior President Carpus Tin briefly explained that at the convention the Key clubbers “reviewed the past year, recognized District achievement, attended various workshops to help us [the Key clubbers] in the next term, elected next year’s District officers, and socialized.” One of the many District achievements was that during this year CNH raised over $137,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). PTP is a part of the Kiwanis CNH foundation (the adult version of Key Club) where they recognize the need for education and training in the areas of pediatric trauma and injury prevention. This program was established by Kiwanis in 1944, and has begun to create local projects, which will hopefully help reduce the number of children who are killed or injured in accidents.

    Carpus also mentioned that there were a “couple dozen workshop” opportunities such as one that teaches members how to manage clubs, one that only the new officers for the upcoming term attend, and one that only the members can partake in. After reflecting on the past, and attending workshops, CNH district was able to dance the night away and mingle with Key Club members from other high schools at the convention. This was a nice close to an insightful convention. Out of the 250,000 members of Key Club that exist all around the world, about 40,000 are a part of the CNH district. Approximately 4,000 members took part in the district convention.

    According to the Key Club website, “Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students.” This student ran club is committed to giving back to the community and building leadership among students. Key Club has been around for 80 years and can be found on over 5,000 high school campuses. This annual convention brings together the district of CNH to unite fellow Key clubbers. Carpus explained that the district convention’s location “alternates from northern California, to southern California,” which allows students with the same passion for leadership dynamics and volunteering to bond together.

    As the last chapter of AHS Key Club came to a close, the Key Club convention prepared members for the next year. With the convention under their belt, the AHS Key clubbers are ready to head into the next year.

    Joanna Liao

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    Join date : 2009-09-01
    Age : 22

    Re: CNH Key Club Convention

    Post  Joanna Liao on Sun Apr 18, 2010 5:50 pm

    AHS’s [change to: The AHS] Key Club members traveled to northern California for a three day convention from Apr. 9 to Apr. 11, where they recognized the close of the term and the start of another. Thousands of Key Club members from the California, Nevada, and Hawaii (CNH) area all gathered at Sacramento, California to attend workshops, elections, and most importantly [comma] celebrations. Key Club is a prestigious club on campus that is all about leadership and giving back to the community. The District CNH convention that members attend annually allows them to look back on the past term, share ideas, and learn new ways to improve programs for the upcoming term.

    Junior President Carpus Tin briefly explained that at the convention the Key clubbers “reviewed the past year, recognized District achievement, attended various workshops to help us [the Key clubbers] in the next term, elected next year’s District officers, and socialized.” One of the many District achievements was that during this year CNH raised over $137,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). PTP is a part of the Kiwanis CNH foundation (the adult version of Key Club) [comma] where they recognize the need for education and training in the areas of pediatric trauma and injury prevention. This program was established by Kiwanis in 1944, and has begun to create local projects, which will hopefully help reduce the number of children who are killed or injured in accidents.

    Carpus also mentioned that there were a “couple dozen workshop” opportunities such as one that teaches members how to manage clubs, one that only the new officers for the upcoming term attend, and one that only the members can partake in. After reflecting on the past, [delete comma] and attending workshops, CNH district was able to dance the night away and mingle with Key Club members from other high schools at the convention. This was a nice close to an insightful convention. Out of the 250,000 members of Key Club that exist all around the world, about 40,000 are a part of the CNH district. Approximately 4,000 members took part in the district convention.

    According to the Key Club website, “Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students.” This student ran club is committed to giving back to the community and building leadership among students. Key Club has been around for 80 years and can be found on over 5,000 high school campuses. This annual convention brings together the district of CNH to unite fellow Key clubbers. Carpus explained that the district convention’s location “alternates from northern California, to southern California,” which allows students with the same passion for leadership dynamics and volunteering to bond together.

    As the last chapter of AHS Key Club came to a close, the Key Club convention prepared members for the next year. With the convention under their belt, the AHS Key clubbers are ready to head into the next year.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: CNH Key Club Convention

    Post  annanaran on Sun Apr 18, 2010 10:28 pm

    The AHS Key Club members traveled to northern California for a three day convention from Apr. 9 to Apr. 11, where they recognized the close of the term and the start of another. Thousands of Key Club members from the California, Nevada, and Hawaii (CNH) area all gathered at Sacramento, California to attend workshops, elections, and most importantly, celebrations. Key Club is a prestigious club on campus that is all about leadership and giving back to the community. The District CNH convention that members attend annually allows them to look back on the past term, share ideas, and learn new ways to improve programs for the upcoming term.

    Junior President Carpus Tin briefly explained that at the convention the Key clubbers “reviewed the past year, recognized District achievement, attended various workshops to help us [the Key clubbers] in the next term, elected next year’s District officers, and socialized.” One of the many District achievements was that during this year CNH raised over $137,000 for the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). PTP is a part of the Kiwanis CNH foundation (the adult version of Key Club), where they recognize the need for education and training in the areas of pediatric trauma and injury prevention. This program was established by Kiwanis in 1944, and has begun to create local projects, which will hopefully help reduce the number of children who are killed or injured in accidents.

    Carpus also mentioned that there were a “couple dozen workshop” opportunities such as one that teaches members how to manage clubs, one that only the new officers for the upcoming term attend, and one that only the members can partake in. After reflecting on the past and attending workshops, CNH district was able to dance the night away and mingle with Key Club members from other high schools at the convention. This was a nice close to an insightful convention. Out of the 250,000 members of Key Club that exist all around the world, about 40,000 are a part of the CNH district. Approximately 4,000 members took part in the district convention.

    According to the Key Club website, “Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students.” This student ran club is committed to giving back to the community and building leadership among students. Key Club has been around for 80 years and can be found on over 5,000 high school campuses. This annual convention brings together the district of CNH to unite fellow Key clubbers. Carpus explained that the district convention’s location “alternates from northern California, to southern California,” which allows students with the same passion for leadership dynamics and volunteering to bond together.

    As the last chapter of AHS Key Club came to a close, the Key Club convention prepared members for the next year. With the convention under their belt, the AHS Key clubbers are ready to head into the next year.

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