California-Nevada-Hawaii District Key Club
Despite what anyone says, becoming Division 36 East Lieutenant Governor back in 2010-2011 was one of the proudest and best moments of my life. I will be 67 years old, and I will look back at all the progress I made for my division. All the clubs went from no awards to being able to get Early Bird and all On Time Monthly Report Forms. Every club had increased attendance to Division Council Meetings and Fall Rally, increased membership, increased funds, and best of all, increased dedication to service and Key Club. I made our little area become known to even people in Jamaica! I was able to become a Distinguished Lieutenant Governor. I was honored with the international Robert F. Lucas award. My name is in Kiwanis HQ for “Most Improved Division.” I gave my life for this amazing organization.
I built an affinity with members from all of the world in both Key Club International and Kiwanis International. They were all family to me. I love my Kiwanis club and all the things they did for me. To this day I have no idea how I can fully thank them for all the support they gave me. Senior year in high school was tough for me, but I always had my K family there. They were the people I knew I could always count on. I love them, and I will always love them. Even when we do not speak for years, I know that I can always call them up and they will always be there.
I have not seen many of my fellow IncrediBEES in a couple of years now. I really miss them. It’s great that after 2 years, we still want to check up on each other and see how everyone is doing. I want a reunion again. We’re all older now, and we have branched out doing new things in our lives. I want to see everyone and see how everyone has grown. College has changed all of us.
Despite the changes, IncrediBEES forever. Key Club will always be in my heart, and Kiwanis is still giving me support.