Authored by Ankita Shete January 27, 2015

Hello CNH Circle K-er!

    I hope you all had a great Winter break! For some of us we have to slowly get back in the school grind, but for others we have a couple more weeks of shut eye. Get ready for another semester filled with fun CKI events!

Your fun and crazy Outreach Chairs,
Ankita Shete & Barbie Tkach

It's No Mystery... 

...DCON is Coming Soon!

Hello CNH! FTC may be over but never fear, DCON is almost here! Put your magnifying glass in your backpack and get your detective hats on because District Convention is coming to the Woodland Hills Marriott Hotel from March 27th to 29th 2015 and it is no MYSTERY why you don’t want to miss out on this once in a lifetime event.

District Convention 2015 will put to use your detective know-hows as you navigate your way around everything under the SUNNY sun of CNH that we'll have for you at DCON. It’ll take a true sleuth to really figure out how many unforgettable memories you’ll make this weekend! This year at District Convention, helping us solve this mystery isn't the only way you can get involved!!

Whether it be as a workshop host, SAA, talent act, or being featured in the program or slideshow, DCON has a wide array of ways you can get more involved in convention itself. It doesn't take an ace detective to see just how many opportunities we have for you. Check out the applications below! All applications are due at 11:59PM on the deadline!

Talent Show: Friday, February 6th

SAA/Sergeant-At-Arms: Sunday, February 22nd

Photo Submissions: Saturday, February 28th


All applications can be found in the District Convention File Cache with the exception of the SAA Signup form which is linked below!
SAA/Sergeant-At-Arms FormClick here!

Any other information regarding registration or the latest clue can be found at!

A Quick Message from our District Secretary: Jonny Paguio

The Master Record Sheet, or more commonly known as the MRS, is being soon! Thank the District MD&E and Laws and Regulations Committees as well as Kevin Arthur from University of the Pacific for making these changes possible. Look out for the official release on the District website.

Fall Training Conference 

Get to know your Fall Training Conference Chair!

Name: Mimi Ton

Year: 4th

Major: Integrative Biology w/ Latin Minor

What is your favorite Circle K service project: I love events where you're able to see the impact of the service.Thus, one of favorites has to be Loaves & Fishes where every month we serve and eat with the less fortunate in a community dinner. In the past 3 years that I've been attending, I've been able to become a host for tables and really bond with the guests. It's so rewarding to come back every month and have them remember and tell me about the current news in their lives. A simple dinner conversation goes a long way.

What is your most memorable Circle K experience: One of my most memorable experiences was FTC 2014. The planning process might have been hard but it was all worth it talking to the amazing members of our organization. I really loved seeing the cheering and the happiness during the event, but most of all, I loved being able to get to know the members and learn what FTC means to them. For every person who talked to me during the event, I hope you they know it means the world to me.

Why did you want to become FTC Chair: Fall Training Conference, the committee and the event, means a lot to. It got me involved in Circle K and it gave me inspiration when I needed it most. It welcomed me into a family away from home and allowed me to make a difference; I'll be forever grateful of this event, committee, and organization because of that. By being the FTC Chair, I wanted to give back and to inspire the attendees as FTC had done for me.

Who inspires you: My high school adviser, Mr. Potampa, has been my inspiration. He is the most selfless person I have ever met, giving everything he had to anyone who needed help. He had barely anything but gave everything that he could've even when tragedy strikes.  I owe him for believing in me and inspiring me to be the servant leader I am today.

Fall Training Conference

Recap Video

Do you miss FTC? Well, you are in luck. District Public Relations Committee Videographers created an amazing recap video so you all can relive the great memories of FTC!

Watch the video HERE


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District Large Scale Service Project 2015

Authored by Baldwin Chang January 26, 2015

Hello Sunny CNH! 
It is that time of year where we all come together to do some service! In case you don't know what I'm talking about, every year, our District of Cal-Nev-Ha Circle K dedicates themselves to large service projects called the District Large Scale Service Project, or DLSSP. This is an event dedicated to focusing our efforts as a District to make the most positive impact in our communities. Whether it be renovating elementary schools, or refurbishing mobile homes, DLSSP was specifically created to provide an opportunity to serve those who need our support the most.

This year, DLSSP North (Saturday, February 14th) will be held in Oakland, California and DLSSP South (Sunday, February 22nd) will be held in Riverside, California. DLSSP North will consist of renovating local elementary schools in the Oakland area, and DLSSP South will consist of a large number of beautification projects and a joint project with Habitat with Humanity in renovating mobile homes.

You can find the registration forms for this event attached below! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at, or you can contact the respective DLSSP Chairs at their emails (also found on the registration forms).

Please note:
- Only ONE registration form is needed per school
- Registration forms, waivers and registration fees must be received in to the District Office by February 6th
- You must also submit this Online Driver's Form to register (only ONE needed per school):
- Registration is $5 per person (cost goes to food and some materials needed for the service projects, such as providing volunteers gloves)

Thank you, and have a wonderful day CNH!

Kelly Tran
2014-2015 District Service Chair

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DCON 2015 Registration is OFFICIALLY OPEN!

Authored by Jessica Nguyen January 12, 2015


I am very excited to announce that registration for District Convention 2015 is OFFICIALLY OPEN!

Yay, get excited! You can find all your registration needs for registering for convention and registering for hotel rooms under the REGISTRATION tab on the DCON website ( There you can also find registration guides and other helpful documents to get you registered for convention. If you need any help whatsoever, feel free to email me at or Lany Dao, our registration chair, at !

Important dates to remember:

  • Early Registration is due on February 20th.
  • Regular Registration is due on February 27th.
  • Hotel Registration is due on February 20th.

Get excited because we're less than 75 days away from thebiggest event of the year! Can't wait to see you all there! :)

Yours in service,
Jessica D. Nguyen
2014-2015 District Convention Chair

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District Board Meeting
February 8, 2015 from 9AM-12PM
How to Plan an Event Webinar
February 9, 2015 from 8PM-9PM
DLSSP North 2015
February 14, 2015 from 9AM-4PM
DLSSP South 2015
February 22, 2015 from 7AM-3PM
District Convention 2015
March 27, 2015 at 12PM


[PDF] Convention Registration Guide
35 · District Convention
[PPTX] International 101
33 · STC South 2014
[PDF] Circle K Scholarship
30 · Scholarships
[DOCX] February Member Hosted Webinar Application
27 · Membership Development and Education
[PDF] Hotel Registration Guide
23 · District Convention


CKI North — January 27, 2015
District Summer Service Social — August 6, 2014