DCON 2014 Alcohol Incident Decision

Authored by Baldwin Chang October 29, 2014

Good evening Sunny CNH!

Camille Goulet, our district administrator, has released the final decision of the alcohol incident that occurred at District Convention 2014.

This should serve as a warning that consumption of alcohol is not permitted in any Circle K function. This includes the upcoming Fall Training Conference that will be held at Old Oak Ranch in Sonora, CA.

Attending district events such as Fall Training Conference and District Convention requires that you sign a Code of Conduct that holds attendees to knowing that alcohol is not permitted at any time during the event.

It is also important to note that you are representing Circle K International while at these events. Please be mindful of your actions.

Download the DCON 2014 Alcohol Incident Report

Best Regards,
Baldwin Chang
2014-2015 District Technology Chair

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PTP Week 2014! #ptpweek2014

Authored by Alan Perez October 19, 2014

Hello Sunny CNH!

Every year, the CNH District of Circle K dedicates 3 weeks out of the year to promote our 3 District Fundraising Initiatives. Starting from Saturday, October 18th (CKI North) and ending with Sunday, October 26th (CKI South), we will be promoting Pediatric Trauma Program by holding various events for your club to participate in!

The District Finance and Fundraising Committee invites you to take on our challenge: Pediatric Trauma Program Week 2014! Those who participate in these challenges will be put in a raffle to win a special prize! Are you ready to take on the challenge? Let's go! 

For every picture you post on your wall, be sure to add "#PTPWeek2014" along with the caption for the day! Through the hashtag, we'll be able to see all of CNH's support in our strive to promote the Pediatric Trauma Program!

When you post your picture, make sure you add the caption provided for the day! But if you'd like to add more to your caption, feel free to!

Pediatric Trauma Program Week 2014 Activities: 

October 18th, 2014, Saturday 

CKI North! 

This your moment to shine! Support Pediatric Trauma by giving it your all to win! Do it for the children!

Don't forget to take a picture with your team and hashtag it with #PTPWeek2014!


Event 0: Back to the Basics!

Because we don't know when everyone's General Meetings are, this event can be placed during the time of your General Meeting! 

Since we are trying to promote Pediatric Trauma, why not revolve your General Meeting around babies? Make your members dress up as Babies/Elementary Schoolers and take a picture! Don't forget to use the hashtag, #PTPWeek2014! Can't wait to see those adorable smiles! 


Event 1: Sunday/Monday, October 19th - 20th, 2014

Baby Picture Day!

Remember when you had to get all dressed up for that special Picture Day at school? Well now you get to do the same, except on Facebook! Change your Facebook Profile Picture to a picture when you were a baby or when you were in Elementary School! Remember the hashtag #PTPWeek2014 as well as this caption:

"The Pediatric Trauma Program is a program started by the Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis District in 1994. This program was developed to raise awareness about the dangers childhood trauma has on kids, as well as educate doctors on how to properly treat children who have gone through traumatic experiences. Most importantly, the funds that go towards PTP safety will provide children with different safety equipment to help provide a safe environment. 

There are many different ways your donation can help the Pediatric Trauma Program. Even something as little as one dollar, will provide contribution in aiding PTP. If you or your club is interested in donating to the Pediatric Trauma Program, you can click on this link: for more details. 

I (insert name here), support the Pediatric Trauma Program. I am changing my Profile Picture in order to show my support for PTP. Let's make a difference for the children and create an impact on their futures. #PTPWeek2014" 


Event 2: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Pennies for PTP!

Do you have some spare change to help protect children's futures? If that didn't convince you to donate some spare change, then I don't know what will! 

Make your club create little jars that look like baby bottles and publicize PTP! While you are publicizing, ask for spare change to donate to Pediatric Trauma! People will be willing to donate spare change! Especially to help protect a child's life! We want people to know about this great cause our CNH District is supporting! 


Event 3: Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Wear a Safety Device!

As you all know, the most important thing about Pediatric Trauma is preventing it. Why not set an example for your fellow peers? 

Wear any safety device! Whether you are rocking the new and hip Bicycle Helmet, or wearing those super rad Knee Pads, you are a hero! If someone asks you why you are wearing the obnoxious gear, this is your moment to shine! Tell them about PTP! Spread the word! And last but not least, don't forget to show us your OOTD! (Outfit of the Day!) Remember to use the hashtag, #PTPWeek2014! 


Event 4: Thursday, October 23rd 

PTP Video Contest!

Are you creative? Is your club creative? Heck yeah! Well then, why not join us in an awesome contest to publicize Pediatric Trauma? As y'all all know, PTP is one of our DFIs, and we want everyone to know about this great cause. How do we do this you ask? Well why not do it by making a video?

What are the requirements of this video you ask? No requirements! Except for the fact that it is recommended to be under 15 seconds! Post your video on Vine, Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, etc! Do it for the Vine! 

And of course, it can't be a contest without prizes! For anyone that submits a video, you will be entered in a raffle to win a special prize! 


Event 5: Friday, October 24th, 2014 

Do it for the Children!

The main element of Pediatric Trauma is children! PTP is revolved around protecting children from any injuries! So why not help the children by having a day full of service dedicated to them! 

We realize that sometimes there are no service events on Fridays, so feel free to put this event during any day of the week! 


October 26th, 2014, Sunday

CKI South! 

This your moment to shine! Support Pediatric Trauma by giving it your all to win! Do it for the children!

Don't forget to take a picture with your team and hashtag it with #PTPWeek2014! 


We hope you lend the District FiFun Committee your support in our efforts to promote the Pediatric Trauma Program :)

For any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to contact:

District Treasurer: Alan Perez

PTP Sub-Committee: Jerry Bao, Victoria Ortiz, Ernesto Bustinza, and Jong Choi

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District Website Rework

Authored by Baldwin Chang October 2, 2014

Hello Sunny CNH!

My name is Baldwin Chang and I am currently serving as your 2014-2015 District Technology Chair. Today marks a very important day in my term. Today is the conclusion and beginning of the hard work and dedication put through by my peers as well as myself. Today brings light to the new district website!

This rework has been under development for about half my term. It is also the culmination of ideas brought forth by members like you as well as my predecessors. I can't wait to see how the district interacts with the new website, as it is focused all around empowering others to share information to the world.

The district board has set out in our district goals to focus on the philosophy of District Website, First. Social Media, Second. 

As you can see, the district website is now a hub for information regarding the entire district's activities. So without further adieu, here is a brief list of features brought in by this rework:

  • Content from the old district website
  • District Website Rework
    • All New Sleek and Minimalist Design
      • Including Responsive Design for Mobile Browsers and Tablets
      • Consistent design across the website
    • International Promotion
      • Subregions and Districts linked to from the top navigation
      • Latest International News from
    • District Calendar and Events
      • With Support for Webinars
      • Integration with Facebook Events
    • District Pages
    • District Press Releases
    • An all new carousel
    • District Gallery
    • District Pulse (News from Divisions and Blog Posts from Committees)
    • Resource Database
      • New Design
      • Capability for popular downloads (short-term)
      • Standardized links
    • Link Redirect Service
      • Links that start with can be considered official links by the district
  • Divisional Websites
    • Divisional Calendar and Events
    • Divisional Pages
    • Divisional File Cache
    • Divisional Gallery
    • Divisional News Feed
  • Committee Pages
    • Committee File Cache
    • Committee Blog
    • Committee Pages/Knowledge Base
  • ...and so much more to come...

The best part of it all is that development does not stop here. I will continue to add features as time goes on. My focus is to make the web experience better and to make information accessible by those who seek it.

I hope you enjoy the district website as I enjoyed creating it for you!

Baldwin Chang
2014-2015 District Technology Chair

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Fall Training Conference 2014
November 7, 2014 at 5PM
District Convention 2015
March 27, 2015 at 12PM


[DOCX] Official Paradise PenPal Program Application
41 · Paradise Division
[PDF] DCON 2014 Alcohol Incident Final Decision
41 · Administrative Decisions
[PPTX] International 101
31 · STC South 2014
[PNG] Circle K International Seal
17 · Technology
[XLS] (PC) 2014-2015 Outstanding Club Video Award
13 · Awards


District Summer Service Social — August 6, 2014