Illinois-Eastern Iowa District

Live To Serve, Love To Serve!

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Show Your Love, Save a Life

Love is in the air; can you feel it? Valentine's Day is on the way, a perfect time to show your love for others while saving lives. Circle K International on campuses worldwide will again host Show Your Love, Save a Life events for The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal-neonatal tetanus. Click here to be directed to the CKI website and learn more about how to become part of this project.


It's the biggest event of the Circle K year! Imagine giving back to the convention host city by doing service and celebrating the amazing things CKI does with members from across the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. You can listen to amazing speakers, elect the 2015-16 Circle K International Board, celebrate 100 years of Kiwanis, attend a Hellogoodbye concert, and even more! Click here to get more information.

District Convention 2015

Had a great year with Circle K? Come to District Convention at Western Illiniois University March 21-22! You can further immerse yourself in the expansive community of service, leadership and fellowship. There is plenty to offer, such as games, caucuses, awards and even scholarships! If you are interested, click here to register. The deadline is March 8!

Calling All Leaders!!

Would you like to serve on the District Board but just don't have a ton of time to dedicate? Apply to be a member of one of our district committees! Serving on a committee will not only allow you to be more involved in Circle K, but also will give you an idea of what being on the District Board might be like. We always need hard working and dedicated committee members to help everything move smoothly throughout the entire year!

Servant Leadership - Leadership model based on teamwork and community, one that seeks to involve others in decision making, one strongly based in ethical and caring behavior and one that is attempting to enhance the personal growth of collaborators while improving the caring and quality of of many communities. - Robert K. Greenleaf