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PLEASE, RSVP by Saturday 15th at 8 P.M whether you will be attending DCON!!

Upcoming Events

iTRYathlon & Run Volunteer

When: Sunday, February 9th 

Time:  (Will Vary depending on job) 5 A.M-10 A.M, 6:30 A.M to 11 A.M

Where: (Will also vary)

 Crown Valley Community Park (29751 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel, CA 92675)


Crown Valley Community Pool (29751 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel, CA 92675)


What: This event is a great way to earn a lot of hours as you will be helping out at a triathlon doing a lot of different jobs like monitoring the courses, aiding the fluid stations, timing, and registration! Yes you will have to get up early but it will be all worth it! Volunteers will get free T-shirts and the satisfaction of helping thousands of athletes reach their goals!


Up in the Air

When: Set up March 21st, event: March 22nd

Time: Shifts have yet to be decided but will be from 8:15 to 4:15

Where: Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center
24932 Veterans Way
Mission Viejo, CA 92692

What: This fun event will include professional kite flyers, disc dog shows, various flying contests, nonprofit food booths, children’s crafts, exhibitors and entertainment.  Over the years, the MVAC has implemented many events that were exciting, well-attended, and most successful.  The Up in the Air Festival will build on these successes and begin new traditions for Mission Viejo and the community.  This event will also share its success with local nonprofits, furthering their success and purpose within the community.


Dcon 2014

When: April 11th-April13th


Where: Sacarmento

Bus Pick-up locations will be determined by 3-25-2014


What: By February 20, 2014 - $178.00 (per person) + 80 bus transportation made payable to CVHS Key Club Seperate checks!!!

Hotel fees :tbd (roughly 90 per room, if split between four people )


Every year, Key Clubbers from all across California, Nevada, and Hawaii come together in spirit and love for a weekend full of celebration, education, service, and leadership. The CNH District Board is incredibly excited to present to you the 68th Annual District Convention where there will be countless opportunities to be recognized for your outstanding work, learn more about Key Club and how you can take your member experience to the next level, and discover how members from other parts of the district are stepping up to serve and lead their communities. District Convention is also a time for each and every one of us to come forward to elect the new Executive Board and vote on amendments to our District Bylaws—two decisions that will make an impact on the District as a whole.


This year, we, as a District, have embraced an underlying theme of gold to represent the GOLDEN qualities that exists in all of us. Just like us, gold is diverse—it comes in many different shapes, forms, and sizes. It is precious and increases in value overtime. It is rare. It will never rust or tarnish. This GOLDEN theme extended even further into our Key Club experience when we chose our Convention theme to be “Your Golden Ticket.” District Convention 2014 will truly be your golden ticket to service and leadership. Will you be there? Do you have your golden ticket?


Our District Goals this year also incorporate this golden theme. As one district, our aim is 46,000 members. As divisions, we want to work towards contributing to a goal of $150,000 for Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP). As clubs, we want to come together to serve 1,000,000 hours of service. And as individual members, we each want to save 3 lives from maternal/neonatal tetanus (MNT). Together, this will bring us to one GOLDEN year. Your unending service and dedication to achieving these goals has been phenomenal. With your help we will undoubtedly achieve these goals and have more to celebrate when District Convention comes around!







Also please remember to pick up trash as you leave ☺


Division T shirts

When: December 6th

What: The 2013-2014 Division T shirts are in!! Help represent Division 41 South at all volunteering events by wearing the shirt to show our spirit. The shirts makes it easier for people to distinguish you as part of Key Club as well as which division, and since wearing navy shirts are mandatory at events anyway what better shirt to wear than the division shirt! Also for all spirit related events, these shirts really come in handy :D

Price: 10 dollars made out to Joseph Olmo




Hours have been updated! So please check that out, and if there are any problems please loopmail Kelvin Phan, our secretary, for any changes! Those of you who attened Fall Rally please loopmail Kelvin so he can get in your hours!




Key Club Membership

To join Key Club, you need to fill out TWO forms: the Key Club application AND the Kiwanis Medical Consent form. The medical for is located in the locker below, left. If you are unable to print these forms, come by P9 and Mr. Garrity will print forms for you.

The Key club is part of Kiwanis International which charges an individual membership fee of $11.
Please make checks out to CVHS Key Club
We accept checks only this year.

There are no actual CVHS Key Club dues. The reason why checks are made out to CVHS Key Club is to make the process of paying membership fees to San Clemente Kiwanis much more efficient and less problematic through the CAPO Activities Office.

Bring completed forms and your check to  Mr. Garrity in room P9. See Mr. Garrity if you have any questions.

Key Club Meetings

First Key Club Meeting of the 2012-2013 Year: September 21st     IMPORTANT FOR NEW MEMBERS: All of the information you need to know before you become a Key Clubber and MORE! *Returning members please come as well, I will be asking for help and speakers.

Key Club Meeting scheduled for every other Friday. Listen to morning announcements for when a Key Club meeting will be and for any possible changes.

*All meetings will be held in Mr. Garrity's Room P-9 at lunch.

If you have any questions or concerns, just contact me via schooloop email.


I look forward to seeing all of you at the next Key Club meeting!

Jonathan Hong
Key Club President '12-'13


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About the Key Club

Key Club is the world's largest High School organization devoted to providing community service. Through our work, we attain the attributes of responsibility, teamwork, and leadership. Globally, there are 4,500 clubs and over 187,000 members. Key Club International has provided over 10 million hours of service to our homes, schools, and communities in 19 countries worldwide. We have also saved over 500,000 lives from Iodine Deficiency Disorder, and have raised awareness for Pediatric Trauma.

Key Club Pledge:

I pledge on my honor to uphold the laws of Key Club International; to build my home school, and community; to serve my nation and God; and to combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

Key Club Motto:

Caring - Our Way of Life.

Key Club Objectives:

  • To develop initiative and leadership.
  • To provide experience in living and working together.
  • To serve the school and community.
  • To cooperate with the school principal.
  • To prepare for useful citizenship.
  • To accept and promote the following ideals:
  • To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.
  • To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.
  • To promote the adoption and application of higher standards in scholarship, sportsmanship, and social contacts.
  • To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.
  • To provide a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render unselfish service, and to build better communities.
  • To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which makes possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and good will.