Division 2 North
Welcome to Division 2 North, home of the Lime Green Kiwi Birds! Located in the East Bay Area of California, we make up just one of the five divisions in this region called Region 9, and one of 77 Divisions in the California-Nevada-Hawaii District.
The California-Nevada-Hawaii (CNH) District is home to the CNH Bees, and to the first ever internationally formed Key Club! The first five clubs officially chartered by Key Club International were at Sacramento, Monterey, Oakland Technical, Hemet, and Stockton (now Edison) High Schools, of which all are located in our District!
The California-Nevada District converted to the California-Nevada-Hawaii (Cali-Nev-Ha, CNH) District when McKinley High School Key Club was established in Hawaii in 1952. The first edition of the Cali-Nev-Ha Key appeared on May 1, 1954.
Today, there are 77 divisions, grouped into 18 different regions, through out the three states that make up our district. With over 730 clubs and 33,000 members, we are the largest of the 34 International Districts!
The Kiwanis Family are the branches of Kiwanis International that are centered on youth development and a passion for service. Each year the Kiwanis Family dedicates more than 18.5 million hours to service and raises more than $100 million for local and global causes. Our members come from all walks of life, all corners of the globe and from every age group and ability. But make no mistake about it — we are family.
The Kiwanis Family includes:
- Kiwanis International -
- Aktion Club -
- Circle K International -
- Key Club International -
- Builders' Club -
- Kiwanis Kids -
Key Club International is the oldest, largest, and most successful non-profit student-led organization for high school students. And as a student-ed organization, Key Club’s district & international officers are high school leaders elected by the members at district and international conventions. The majority of officers In partnership with their local Kiwanis club, high school students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities.
Whether your interests lie in advocating for pressing issues that you care about, uniting with fellow high school students to make a change in your home, school, or community through the lens of service, or developing leadership skills to succeed in the modern world, Key Club has something for you.