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  • Club Officers (20132014)

    President President Elect Vice President Secretary Treasurer Immediate-Past President

    Mahmood Bashir Victoria Davidson Castillo Charles Karsch Kathy Young Izzeldin Osman David Malkin

    Board of Directors (20132015)

    Maureen Sinclair Grace Chan Tina Banes

    Charlie Huff Jim Stewart

    Robert Barba Susan Jacklin

    Board of Directors (20122014)

    INSIDE THIS ISSUE

    by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE

    Mahmooooos Message As we wind down our current Ki-wanis year, and get prepared for our new year starting in October, remember that we still have op-portunities to serve. This com-ing Saturday, July 26th is our now annual Stuff-A-Bus event, to be held in the parking lot of Wal-Mart in City of Industry (Azusa & Gale) from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Most of us are familiar with this project, but many of our newer members may not be. We have a school bus parked in the lot, and we hand out flyer's to shoppers requesting them to purchase school supplies, and place them in the bus. At the end of the day we deliver the sup-

    plies donated by community members, and our club to HLPUSD office. These supplies are them distributed to different schools in the district and given to students who most need them. It is a great way for our members to get in-volved, meet community mem-bers and together touch many young lives, making a differ-ence. Our main focus as Kiwani-ans is, "Serving the Children of the World". This project allows us to do just the same. We request that all of our members come out and offer a helping hand for as many hours as their schedules allow, but try to do so for at least a couple of hours each. Its going to be a 10 hour project, there is ample op-portunity for all of us to help and make it so that just a few of us don't have to stay there the entire time. Throughout the year we have served our community and

    our youth, lets keep doing so till the end of the year, and lets do so with as many of our members involved as possible. Look forward to seeing all of you there on Satur-day.

    Remember to serve, and

    always serve with a smile.

    Page 10 So Cal Job Fair Page 11 Cal-Nev-Ha Convention Page 12 Eliminate concerts

    Page 1 Presidents Message Page 2 Club Projects and Chairs Page 3 Upcoming Events & Speakers Page 4 Club Meeting Page 5 Happy/ Sad Dollars Page 6 Adopt-A-Highway Page 7-8 Spotlight on Member Page 9 News about Our Member

    The Presidents Message | By Mahmood Bashir

    Kiwanis Hacienda Heights

    P.O. Box 5825 Hacienda Hts, CA 91745

    (626) 336-0524 KiwanisHH.org

    Meetings: 1st, 2nd, 4th Wednesdays 7 AM IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave City of Industry

    3rd Wednesday, 6 PM Casa Blanca 15822 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights

    Serving the Children of the World www.kiwanis.org

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    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 the application of higher social, business and professional standards.

    To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship.

    To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities.

    To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill.

    Club Projects and Chairs

    PROJECT COORDINATOR 4th of July Kathy Young Adopt-A-Hwy Lon Salgren Fireworks Robert Barba Interclub Kathy Young Kiwaniscope Anna Wu Membership Growth Dave Wallach Kiwanis One Day Anna Wu Pancake Breakfast Lon Salgren Pro Rodeo Dave Wallach Shoes that Fit David Malkin Spiritual Aims Martha Lacomba, Ben Su Stuff the Bus Dave Wallach Webmaster Ray Jan Weekly Programs Charlie Huff

    COMMITTEE CHAIRS Citizen/ Community Mahmood Bashir Service Finance Grace Chan Policies & Procedures David Malkin Project Eliminate Anna Wu Scholarships Dave Wallach Sponsored Youth Dave Wallach Social & Hospitality Susan Jacklin Ribfest Mahmood Bashir Relay For Life Lon Salgren Youth Services Charlie Huff

    K I W A N I S I N T E R N A T I O N A L | O B J E C T I V E S

    Kiwaniscope Editorial Staff Anna Wu Editor in Chief Lon Salgren Assistant Editor David Malkin Features Editor Mahmood Bashir Contributing Editor Dave Wallach Contributing Editor Kathy Young Contributing Editor

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

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    Weekly Inspirational Alms Challenges are what make life interesting and

    overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.

    Joshua J. Marine

    UPCOMING CLUB ACTIVITIES July 26th- Stuff-A-Bus; Wal-Mart Parking Lot August 14th DCM, 5:30 PM Social, 6:00 PM Start, Covina Bowl August 14th - RUSD Operation Fresh Start & Shoes That Fit at Hurley Elementary August 15th - RUSD Operation Fresh Start & Shoes That Fit at Jellick Elementary August 15th-17th- District Convention, San Diego CA.

    UPCOMING SLP ACTIVITIES July 26th Key Club Region-13 Picnic; (Cost: $5.00) 10:00 am- 4:00 pm, Via Verde Park, San Dimas August 9th (Tentative Date) Key Club Region-13 & Goldstone KIWINS Beach Clean-Up; (Cost $5.00), Santa Monica Beach

    OUR UPCOMING PROGRAMS

    07/23/14 Miraya Surya / Family Support Network 07/30/14 Meals on Wheels / Joe Gardner 08/06/14 Boys & Girls Club progress report/ Charles Karsch 08/13/14 YMCA/ Craig Cerro If you or someone you know would like to be our program please contact Charlie Huff

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    IF YOU READ A STORY IN THE KIWANISCOPE AND WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A SPONSOR, SEND YOUR DONATION TO: HACIENDA HEIGHTS KIWANIS CLUB P.O. BOX 5825 HACIENDA HEIGHTS, CA 91745 MEMBERSHIP QUESTIONS? CONTACT KATHY YOUNG KEYOUNG@XI.NETCOM.COM SPECIFY ON THE CHECK THE PROGRAM YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUPPORT OR HONOR A SPE-CIAL PERSON OR EVENT WITH YOUR DONATION. HACIENDA HEIGHTS KIWANIS CLUB FOUNDATION IS A 501(C)3 ORGANIZATION.

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

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    C l u b M e e t i n g | J u l y 1 6 t h , 2 0 1 4

    El Presidente called re meeting to order at 6:00 PM. Charlie Huff led us in the Pledge of Allegiance. Dave Wallach led the patri-otic song; America The Beautiful. Victoria Da-vidson led the invocation by reciting an inspirational poem. Attendance was light, as many of our members are away on vacation, or out of town for important Kiwa-nis business. Club members in attendance were Dave Wallach, Victoria Davidson, Lon Salgren, Charlie Huff, Grace Chan, Izzeldin Os-man, and Anna Wu. Lon

    Salgren introduced our guests Vern Moyer, Phil & Blanca Hinijos from La Puente Industry who joined us for an Inter-Club, Lon also introduced Ivan (Victorias son) and Yasin (Izzeys son). Charlie Huff very melodically led us in our Welcome Song. Thank yous were offered to Lon & Dave W for chaperoning the Key Club D35W DCM & So-cial, to Victoria, Grace, Dave W & Lon for attending the D35 CLE. Our special thanks to Lon for bringing ice, water, and soda to CLE. We also offered our thanks

    to Wilson Mach, Dave W, David Malkin, Kathy, and Victoria for attending the D35 DCM. Lili Anne Labaco and Josephine Tijandra also attended our DCM; they were there to represent Golstone KIWINS LTG Kel-ley Ray who was unable to attend. Dave W very effi-ciently sold the Split the Pot; a winning ticket was pulled our guest Ivan, de-claring Vern Moyer, as the winner of $90.00 ($9.00) Kiwanis Dollars. Lon Salgren performed the pin & badge checks, and helped collect cans for Del Haven.

    Izzeldin Osman circulated the donation cans. We col-lected $2.00 for Relay for Life, $2.00 for Childrens Hospital, and $2.00 for ELIMINATE. A total of $41.00 was contributed by generous members for Hap-py/Sad dollars. We did not have a Mr./Mrs. K so every-one was declared friendly. El Presidente rang the bell at 6:50 PM, at which time the meeting was adjourned as we sang Hail to Kiwa-nis. Submitted by: Mahmood Bashir

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    " Club History Recovered"

    These are pictures of the bell Jim Stewart found in his garage while cleaning it out for his upcoming move. The inscription on the bell is as follows,

    Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Hills September 18, 1969

    at the bottom skirt it reads, Stolen on Charter Night September 18, 1969 by The walnut Valley Kiwanis Club Ed Clayton President.

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    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    Happy & Sad Dollars

    Dave W Happy that his daughter survived a year of teaching at a charter school and is now interviewing at regular school. Happy that 3 of the schools she is interviewing at is right here in Hacienda La Puente School District. Happy that Billy is saving money on his books for his masters. Happy that he is breathing easier each day. Hap-py that they had a successful test ride for the rose parade. Happy that its in the Kiwaniscope Vern Moyer Happy to be at the meeting. Happy that everyone sing Happy Birthday to him at the DCM. Happy that things are going better in the La Puente Industry club, have two new prospec-tive members. Phil H Happy for the good time at the parade Lon Sad that he lost a cashier check for the ban-ner sign. Happy that July is his 13th year anniver-sary for his company, Top Down Solutions. Anna Happy for the Happy Birthday she had. She took a road trip with her family to Napa Val-ley. Happy that Kyra and the Tesla did well on the trip. The Tesla was easier to handle than Kyra. Happy that her parents went along on the road trip and was a great help with her baby Kyra. Victoria Happy that she just got back from pick-ing up Nicolas from UC San Diego. Nicolas went to a 4 day Nike cross country camp, 26 kids be-tween 12-18, got to go to the Olympic training facility, got to go out to Coronado Bay and run on the same beach the US Navy Seals train at. Happy

    that Bob is doing well in Big Bear Camp and just got his first paycheck. Happy that Friday morning Ivan will be flying out to West Virginal to go to the Summit for a week. Happy to be at the meeting and the DCM last week. Grace Happy that she survived the CLE training. Mahmood Happy that his mom, younger sister and niece are also visiting. Happy that Sarah is staying busy, she is going to cheer camp at chap-man college. IzzyHappy that Nancy helped find two of his dogs new homes. Sad that he had to go to the doctor for a pain in his neck, thankfully it went away.

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    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    By Lon Salgren Thanks to a good turnout of our SLP (Service Leadership Program) kids from Key Club Div 35E we were able to compete our AAH this month. Div 35E LTG Daanyaal Kumar helped get the word out to his clubs about the com-munity service opportunity. In attendance were Zane Landin from Walnut HS Key Club, Kevin Huo and Raymond King from Rowland HS Key Club, Daanyaal Kumar from Bonita HS Key Club, Valerie Sato from Diamond bar HS Key Club, Jasmine Yang, Kenneth Lim and Austin Ferrarer from Glendora HS Key Club, Crystal Espinosa and Bai-ley Lu from Glen A Wilson HS Key Club. Our Kiwanis members in attendance included Susan Jacklin, Grace Chan, Lon Salgren and honorary members Nancy and Ted Strinz. My group of 3 Key Clubbers worked the furthest East portion of the route. I parked in front of the small shops on the western end of the parking lot of the former Albertsons. Traditionally there is a ton of cigarette butts in front of these shops. This time was no exception. We collected over 200 before we left to work the sidewalk area to Azusa, then headed back west. We returned and collected over 250 more butts in this area bringing our total to 1,217 cigarette butts just for my group. Combined with the numbers turned in from the other two groups we collected roughly 1,875 cigarette butts. Thanks to everyone that came out to enjoy a little cooler weather and collect a lot of trash from our streets!

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    Services Leadership Program Corner

    Adopt A Highway

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    Spotlight on our Member

    Next year is Kiwanis 100th year anniversary, as we celebrate the history of Kiwanis, its also important to recognize the history of our members. Our club has been around for 50 years and many of our members have shared in our clubs milestones. To celebrate our 100th year anniversary, we will have profiles of our long standing members here.

    May 6th issue of the Kiwaniscope was the prelude of Charles Huff Spotlight coverage. This week: Charles A. Huff, P.E. I. Personal A. Born Ottumwa, Iowa 8/24/44 B. Children: Gregg (41 salesman), Polita (37 Principal Software Developer, Microsoft) C. Grandchildren: Carson (14), Parker (13), Mila (2), one in the oven D. Best friend: Max (5) II. Advanced Education A. BS Engineering, UC Berkeley B. MS Engineering, USC C. MBA, Cal Poly - Pomona III. Military Service A. U.S. Naval Civil Engineer Corps Officer, commissioned April, 1967 B. Served two tours of duty assigned to Seabees (Construction Battalions) 1. Okinawa; Engineering Officer serving a 750 man Construction Battalion 2. Viet Nam; Officer-In-Charge of construction team (engaged in civic action construction) consisting of 50 U.S. Navy construction men and repatriated (previously Viet Cong) RVN and NVA nationals C. Accomplishments 1. rescued a fellow team member being held at gun-point by a squad of ARVN regulars 2. managed the construction of a multitude of vil-lage oriented projects benefiting the indigenous popu lace 3. oversaw the training of approximately 65 repatriated Viet Cong in construction trades IV. Professional A. Registered Professional Engineer Industrial December, 1972 B. Early on; progressive assignments spanning Project Engi neer to Facility and Engineering

    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

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    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, KiwanisHH.org

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    Spotlight on our Member

    Manager positions with Booz, Allen & Hamilton: Fairchild Semiconductor; Bergen Brunswig, Cummins Engine and General Dynamics C. Later, organized C. A. Huff & Associates, a regional engi neering consultancy, December 1981. Clientele include JPL, Callaway Golf, Taylor Made Golf, Califor-nia Steel, Roger Cleveland Golf, Tropitone Furniture, ITT, Avery Label and Darnell Corporation D. Over time, have planned, designed and/or imple-mented 3.2 million square feet of industrial, warehouse, office, residential and laboratory space V. Community Involvement A. Board Member of Delhaven Community Center 4

    years B. Community Access Television 1. 4 years as board member 2. 4 years as Treasurer C. Kiwanis - see VI. below D. Long term state-wide level Treasurer of a moder-ate grass roots political educational non-profit 501(c)(4) VI. Kiwanis A. Joined Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights in April of 1985 B. Positions held 1. KCHH

    Chairman, Youth Services Committee

    Club Treasurer

    Club President

    Chairman, Club Finance Committee

    Club Director

    Chairman, Guest Speaker Committee 2. CNH Div 35

    Lt Governor

    Division Treasurer

    Chairman, Youth Services Committee 3. CNH District of KI

    Chairman, New Club Building Committee

    Chairman, Growth Committee

    Served on cabinets of 6 Governors 4. Kiwanis International

    Member, New Club Building Committee

    Co-Chairman, New Club Building Com-mittee

    C. Awards 1. KCHH

    Distinguished Service Awards

    Community Service Award 2. CNH Div 35 - Division Distinguished Club President 3. CNH District of KI

    Super Distinguished Lt Gov

    Harold M. Heimbaugh Lt Gov Membership Development Award - % Gain

    Harold M. Heimbaugh Lt Gov Membership Development Award Net Gain

    Lt Gov Hall of Fame Award

    Ted Gibbs Builders Award 4. Kiwanis International

    Hixson Foundation Fellow

    Distinguished Lt Gov

    Legion of Honor

    New Club Building Award D. Accomplishments 1. 29 years continuous perfect attendance 2. As Lt. Governor, led Division 35 to first place in

    CNH District membership growth with a net gain of 23%

    3. Directed and participated in the construction of 70 new Kiwanis Clubs

    4. As CNH District Growth Chairman, planned, orga-nized and implemented programs which yielded a two year net growth in excess of 1,000 Kiwanians

    5. Exclusively responsible for the organization of the KC Hacienda Heights service effort as an IRS ex-empt 501(c)(3) foundation

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE July 15, 2014

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    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE July 22, 2014

    NexGen Announces Expansion with New Office in Irvine, CA Irvine, CA. NexGen Wealth Management, a premier wealth management firm based in City of Indus-try, today announces the addition of its new Irvine location. The new office space located at6201 Oak Canyon Dr., Irvine, CA. will provide additional capacity to better serve its clients in the greater Orange County area. Nexgen's new office space will allow us to increase our presence in Orange County, which is con-sistent with our current and future growth plans. The new space will allow our Advisors to have a dedi-cated, state-of-the-art meeting space in the heart of Orange County. said Andrew Chou, Managing Partner of NexGen Wealth Management. Our team is excited about the growth we are experiencing and this move represents a commitment to continue to build on the success our team has accom-plished. With the latest addition, NexGen Wealth Management now offers 3 office locations in City of Industry, Torrance, and Irvine. Our new office located at 6201 Oak Canyon Dr. Irvine, CA -

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    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

    News from our Members

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    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE July 22, 2014

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

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    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE July 22, 2014

    94th Annual CAL-NEV-HA District Convention

    August 15-17, 2014 Town and Country Resort & Convention Center

    500 Hotel Cir N San Diego, CA, 92108

    1-866-539-8430

    Discount Room Reservations at the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center Golf Tournament Registration

    Old Town Trolley Tour Reservations District Dinner Flyer: TBD (coming soon)

    CLE Make-up Training Registration (coming soon) Kiwanis members, guests and interested parties -- sign up now to attend this amazing convention with option-al workshops, meetings and events. Don't miss out on the opportunity to learn more in less time, with our amazing Kiwanis TraK system of learning. Pre-events include a Golf Tournament or a Trolley Tour of San Diego on Thursday morning (space limited). During that evening the First General Session begins with a blockbuster kick-off event in the main ballroom. Plan to start your Friday by attending the Interfaith Breakfast or The Eliminate Project Walk. Following the morning's Second General Session, you and your fellow members simply choose a TraK program. Speakers rotate throughout each two hour action-packed session. Share in the excitement of the Awards Luncheon that follows and then choose more informative and exciting afternoon TraK sessions. Take a short red trolley ride to the evening's District Dinner in historic Old Town San Diego. Wake-up to the always fabulous Foundation Honors Breakfast or Yoga For Eliminate Class and then join in for some more education and workshops. Get credit for the Interclub Luncheon and be inspired by our Super He-roes of Service. Stroll the exhibit booths and stop by our new coffee lounge throughout the weekend to see and bid on youth artwork to benefit the Eliminate Project or speak with a knowledgeable leader who will serve you up the answer to your most pressing questions. Then -- pick your next TraK session before you join us for the closing session and the Installation Dinner. Stay another night and join us for the Rose Float Breakfast held prior to the District Board Meeting which maybe attended by any Kiwanian. Don't miss out and plan to be there. It will be a District Convention unlike any other you've ever experienced.

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    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE July 22, 2014

    Contact Us - keyoung@ix.netcom.com, (626) 336-0524, PO Box 5825, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

    The Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights meets 7:00 am on the 1st, 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at IHOP, 18261 Gale Ave, City of Industry. And 3rd Wednesday, 6 pm, at Casa Blanca, 15922 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights.

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    MEMBERS NAME PROFESSION TELEPHONE E-MAIL

    Banes, Christina (Keith) Tina

    High School Admin Los Altos HS

    C 626-533-2838 keith80tina@yahoo.com cbanes@hlpusd.k12.ca.us

    Barba, Robert J (Debra) Campus Security W 626-755-9323 epres69@verizon.net rbarba@hlpusd.k12.ca.us

    Bashir, A. Mahmood + Div 35 LTG Designate Bashir, Nancy

    Senior Engineer General Conveyor Inc.

    H 562-694-0882 W 951-734-3460 X 107 C 562-713-5204

    bashirZoo@aolcom mahmood.bashir77@gmail.com

    Butler, Sharon Forest Lawn Advance Planner

    C 909-860-6348 carepro@live.com

    Cerro, Craig (Debbie) Executive Director, San Gabriel Valley YMCA

    W 626-339-6221 ccerro@sgvymca.org

    Chan, Grace (Stephen) Financial Analyst (Retired) H 626-913-4822 C 951-452-5272

    gwchan1024@gmail.com

    Chou, Andrew Wealth Manager C 626-261-1317 andrewbchou@gmail.com

    Cooper, Keith+ (Arlene) (o) Retired H 562-690-6039 keithc2388@aol.com

    Davidson-Castillo, Victoria (Jay Daub)

    Human Resources LA Co Office of Ed

    H 626-330-6043 W 562-803-8348

    vedcastillo@gmail.com

    Davis, Robert E. Kiwanis Club of Glendora 2013-14 Div 35 Lt. Governor

    CPA H 626-963-0297 robert.davis@davisdealcpa.com

    First General Bank (Wilson Mach) Corporate Member Banking Services

    W 626-363-8878 wmach@fgbusa.com www.fgbusa.com

    Higbee, Samantha (o) Sam

    Builders Club Asst. Advisor, Orange Grove Middle School

    W 626-933-7015 cgndsam92881@gmail.com

    Hsu, John (Melody) Property Management STC Management

    H 626-913-3881 W 562-695-1513

    jh@stcmanagement.com

    Hu, Stephanie District Representative for Rep. Edward Royce

    C 562-453-5482 stephanie115@gmail.com

    Huff, Charles H+ Charlie

    Engineer C.A. Huff & Associates

    W 626-332-8900 cahuff.associates@thegrid.net

    Jacklin, Susan State Licensed Office Manger State Farm Insurance

    H 626-330-2327 susan.jacklin.j7jy@statefarm.com

    Dedicated to Changing the World, One Child and One Community at a Time.

    THETHETHE KIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPEKIWANISCOPE by Kiwanis Club of Hacienda Heights, a Registered 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization

    July 22, 2014

    (o) Honorary Member (+) Past President (H) Past Lt. Governor (LOA) Leave of Absence

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    MEMBERS NAME PROFESSION TELEPHONE E-MAIL

    Jan, Ray PACE (Pacific Asian Consorti-um in employment)

    C 213-271-6416 rjan@pacela.org

    Karsch, Charles Boys and Girls Club 909-989-0178 charleskarsch@yahoo.com ckarsh@evbgc.org

    Kung, Laura Director of Opeations Prosperity Wealth Management

    laurakung@gmail.com

    Kwan, Tsz Fung (Garfield) Student 626-321-6907 gkwan09@gmail.com

    Kwok, Gino (Karen Su) HLUSD Board member 626-808-2586 ginomkwok@gmail.com

    Lacomba, Martha (Tony) LOA Accounting Professional C 626-590-3073 lacomba@hotmail.com

    Le Brun, Jennifer (o) Teacher Orange Grove Middle School Builders Club Advisor

    H 626-840-3430 W 626-933-7015

    jstrinz@hlpusd.k12.ca.us

    Malkin, David + (Teri) Hospital Consultant Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Retired)

    H 626-964-5762 W 626-833-3444

    david.malkin@yaho.com

    Manning, Brad +(o) (Kay) Kiwanis Club of West Covina ImmediatePast LTG Div 35

    Administrator (Retired) C 626-260-1997 coach1326@aol.com

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