California-Nevada-Hawaii, or Cal-Nev-Ha for short, is the largest district in Circle K International. From the black sand beaches of Hawaii, the glamour of Hollywood, to the world's playground of Las Vegas, the California-Nevada-Hawaii District spans over 2700 miles to include some of the most dynamic and diverse parts of the world. With 40 clubs and over 1,000 members spanning these three states, Cal-Nev-Ha serves as a shining beacon to its fellow districts.
The first Circle K club was founded in 1947, and the California-Nevada-Hawaii District was one of the two founding Districts of Circle K International, along with the Michigan District. California-Nevada-Hawaii was instrumental in the internationalization of the organization. Chartered on December 12, 1957, the district was founded with thirty-one clubs and has grown to over forty clubs at the present.
The District has won a variety of awards over the years, and has had its host of International officers as well. Cal-Nev-Ha has won Distinguished District several times over the past two decades, has had two International Presidents, and many International Trustees. This district has always been in the foreground, both in membership, achievements, and most importantly, service.