Division36 Kiwanis Clubs © 2013
Serving the Children of the world
Division 36 of the California - Nevada - Hawaii District of Kiwanis International
Objects of Kiwanis
Welcome to the 2016-17 new Kiwanis Year. If you’re not familiar with Kiwanis, here’s what we’re all about: Simply put, Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child, one community at a time. If you are not yet a member of this 100-year old service organization, I encourage you to seek out a club or a Kiwanian and get involved now!
About my Division 36: From 1922 to 1964 all clubs in the Inland Empire were a part of Division 6. In 1964 a decision was made to split up the Division up because of the enormous growth within, and we have continued to grow. We are proud to have 14 clubs in our division with a total of more than 400 members, which makes it one of the largest in the Cal-Nev-Ha District. All of our clubs are active in providing service to their respective communities and dedicated to building youth leaders through its Sponsored Leadership Programs.
For my clubs in Division 36, you will be expected to continue in these fine, time-honored traditions and successes for which we are known. Let’s get new members, a new club for our Division, fully participate in club and Division activities, support our Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation and the Kiwanis International Foundation, and have fun doing it all. Our theme, chosen by our District Governor Pete Edwards, is “The Power of We,” which is self-explanatory. It takes us all to create and maintain the goodness of serving. A native of Cornwall, England, Governor Pete has selected this little Pixie as our mascot.
I am honored to be the 2016-17 Lt. Governor for Division 36 and humbled to stand on the shoulders of many who came before me. Without the force of those who preceded me, I would not be able to effectively do the job you expect. I look forward to being your servant leader and look forward to your support and participation.
Just remember, all it takes is a little faith, a little trust, and a little Pixie dust!
Lieutenant Governor's Message
~ 2016-17 Cabinet ~
Carole Coley, Lt. Governor, Redlands Morning
Pauline Tidler, Immediate Past Lt. Governor, East Rialto
Nena Torrez, Lt. Governor Elect, Greater San Bernardino
Neal Hertzmann, Special Advisor to Lt. Governor
Don Orosco, Region IV Trustee, Greater San Bernardino
John Coley, CNH Foundation Ambassador, Redlands Morning
Marie Jones, Division Secretary, Redlands Morning
Donna McNeil, Division Treasurer, Redlands Morning
~ DIVISION COMMITTEES ~
Division Activities Co-Chairs
Dianne deBourguignon (Rialto)/Nena Torrez (Greater San Bernardino)
Communications/Public Relations Co-Chairs
Jacqueline Hill (Inland Center)/Nicole Wolfe (Redlands Morning)
Service Leadership Programs Chair
Doug Blinkinsop (Cooley Ranch)
Membership & Retention Chair
John Coley (Redlands Morning)
Max Tidler (East Rialto)
Just for Fun Chair
Keven Roark (Redlands Evening)
NOTE – IDEAS NEEDED: If you see a committee listed here on which you’d like to serve, just contact the committee chair and get your name on the list!
Map and other details for this event are available on our Division calendar
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 good will.