• El Toro Key Club

    Division 41 South

  • District Convention 2015


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


    Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please download and submit the following packet at our Wednesday meetings!


    The Kiwanis Club of Lake Forest has given us a great scholarship opportunity for current senior Key Clubbers. Submit this application by Saturday, April 1 to Kayla Pham at KaylaPham@tutoringcenter.com!


    Sign up at our Wednesday meetings in the MPR or email ethskcsc1@gmail.com or ethskcsc2@gmail.com.

    March DCM + Laser Tag

    When: Saturday, March 25

    Where: Laser Quest (27741 Crown Valley Pkwy)

    Time: 7-8:30 PM

    Cost: $18

    There will be free snacks and a Division Council Meeting (DCM) at this laser tag social! Be sure to attend.


    A Division Council Meeting is an event where clubs from our 10 schools in Saddleback Unified School District, Capistrano Unified School District, and many more come together to discuss our club's past events. We also have fun socials and service projects to do during DCMs.

    Boba Fundraiser

    When: Friday, March 31

    Where: El Toro High School

    Time: 3:05 PM

    Cost: $3

    Need a refreshing drink? Stop by after school on March 31 to get Lollicup Boba! Proceeds will go towards Key Club's Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP).


    PTP helps train pediatric doctors, nurses, and first responders and also gives them the necessary equipment to deal with preventable injuries. Come out and support this cause to help all children live happy, healthy, and safe lives!

    Key Club District Convention (DCON)

    When: April 7-9

    Where: Anaheim Convention Center

    Cost: $215

    Each district conducts a convention in the spring for the Key Clubs within their region. At District Convention, district officers are elected, club officers are trained, and individual clubs are awarded for their dedication to service with food, Governor's Ball, and much more!


    Need more info? DCON WEBSITE.

    Bunny Blast

    When: Saturday, April 8

    Where: El Toro Park (Los Alisos/Muirlands)

    Time: 11 AM - 3 PM

    Bunny Blast is a fun-filled, family event with dozens of activities and a Mardi Gras parade. We will be helping with the crafts, game booths, petting zoo, and pony rides among other activities. A shirt and a Chick-fil-A meal will be provided for all volunteers.


    Be sure to wear long pants, closed toe shoes, and sunscreen!

    Earth Day Planting

    When: Saturday, April 22

    Where: Serrano Creek Park (25101 Serena Road)

    Time: 7:30 AM

    We will be planting 4 areas of Serrano Creek Park with the assistance of BrightView Landscape, Lake Forest Garden Club (their nurseries), Home Depot (their nurseries). Our volunteer duties include digging holes and planting.

    Ride for Rwanda

    When: Saturday, April 29

    Where: El Toro High School (Gym Side)

    Time: 7:15 AM - 1:45 PM

    We will be fundraising to supply farmers in Rwanda with durable cargo bikes. It is preferred that we sign up as 'Course Guides' who direct bikers in the right direction on race day.



    Rancho Day Fiesta

    When: Saturday, May 6

    Where: Heritage Hill Historical Park

    Time: 11 AM - 3 PM

    Rancho Day Fiesta is a cultural event that celebrates OC's Mexican Ranchos and Native American tribes. The event has music, dance, crafts, and other hands-on demonstrations. As volunteers, we will be helping with early California ranching hands-on activities, candle dipping, and Rancho-era crafts for children.


    Be sure to wear long pants, closed toe shoes, and sunscreen!

    Aliso Creek Clean Up

    When: Saturday, May 13

    Where: Aliso Creek, Lake Forest

    Time: 9-11:30 AM

    Help fight the battle against litter and debris! Join other Lake Forest residents, community groups and City staff in removing litter from a portion of the Aliso Creek. Gloves, trash bags, reacher sticks, volunteer shirt, snacks and beverages will be supplied.


    Please wear appropriate footwear, sunscreen, and a hat!

    4th of July Pancake Breakfast

    When: Tuesday, July 4

    Where: El Toro High School (Gym Side)

    Time: 7-10 AM

    We will be serving pancake breakfasts at the 25th Annual 4th of July Parade to fundraise for our Kiwanis program.


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    Servicing our community, one event at a time.

    Angela Rivero


    Hey Key Clubbers! It is an honor to be your president for the 2016-2017 term. I aspire to bring our club to our full potential, and maximize the experience of each and every member. Go lions!


    Christine Nguyen

    Vice President

    Hello Key Clubbers! I'm excited to serve you as your next Vice President and Division Tech Editor for the 2016-2017 term. I look forward to making Key Club one of El Toro's top service clubs again.


    Austin Harvard


    Hey Key Club Lions! I'm excited to serve as this year's secretary. I can't wait to see what this upcoming year will hold for El Toro Key Club.


    Michelle Nguyen


    Hello everyone! I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to serve as your treasurer this term. I'm definitely looking forward to the upcoming year and planning to make it one to remember. :)


    Ryan Dunn

    Spirit Chair

    Hey guys! I'm thankful to be your key club spirit chair! I hope to bring you enthusiasm and encouragement to help our community!


    Dylan Chao

    Kiwanis Family Chair

    Hello Key Clubbers! I'm excited to serve as your Kiwanis Family Chair and Division Secretary for the 2016-2017 term. I hope to make our club a positive addition to the community and to get as many members involved as possible!


  • FAQ

    Email angelacarinne1@gmail.com for more questions.

    What is Key Club?

    Key Club is the oldest, largest, and most successful non-profit student-led organization for high school students. We teach and spread our core values through community service: caring, character-building, inclusiveness, and leadership. Members of Key Club, a part of the community-service based Kiwanis International Family, develop themselves into young leaders as they positively impact their schools and communities.



    What should I bring to an event?

    You should always try to bring a medical waiver form issued by a service commissioner or the one linked below:



    What should I wear to an event?

    For your own safety, try to wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Represent our club by wearing our Key Club t-shirts or the provided t-shirts at the service event!

    What is a Division Council Meeting? (DCM)

    A Division Council Meeting is an event where clubs from our 10 schools in Saddleback Unified School District, Capistrano Unified School District, and many more come together to discuss our club's past events. We also have fun socials and service projects to do during DCMs.


    Check out our website! DIVISION WEBSITE.

    What is the Cali-Nev-Ha (CNH) District?

    The CNH District is the group of all Key Clubs located in California, Nevada, and Hawaii. We only meet with our entire district at DCON, but you can stay connected by following its social media accounts!

    Instagram: instagram.com/cnh_keyclub

    Twitter: twitter.com/CNHKeyClub

    Facebook: facebook.com/calinevhakeyclub

    Pinterest: pinterest.com/cnhkeyclub

    Tumblr: cnhkeyclub.tumblr.com

    YouTube: CNH Key Club

    What is District Convention? (DCON)

    DCON is a fun 3-day event where you hang out with fellow Key Club members from the CNH District and are provided workshops to help your club. Highlights often include staying overnight with friends, Governor's Ball, and the installation of the District Executive Team! Come out to this awesome event in 2017 in Anaheim.


    Source: DCON WEBSITE.