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Club Recognition

You've been working hard on The Eliminate Project. Be sure that your club gets the recognition it deserves! There are many awards available for clubs and individual members through Eliminate. Click here to be directed to the Eliminate Project website and learn more about how your club can earn recognition.

Save the Date! CKIx - Toronto

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 2016-17 Circle K International Board, celebrate 100 years of Kiwanis, and even more! Click here to get more information.

Mark Your Calendars! 2015-2016 District Events

Get involved on the district level of Circle K! Meet clubs that are passionate for serving their communities just like yours. Registration information will be available soon! Leadership Training Retreat- September 25-26; Holiday Embrace- January 16, Bloomingdale, IL; District Convention- March 19-20, Northern Illinois University

Register Now for District Convention

The 57th Illinois-Eastern Iowa District Convention (DCON) is an opportunity for all clubs in the district to come together for a weekend of celebration - with club awards, service ideas, district officer elections, membership recruitment workshops, amendments, club officer advice, and games and activities. All clubs are highly encouraged to apply for the many club awards we offer, as well as consider running for a district office or applying for a scholarship. Bring your club members and road trip up to a tropical vacation away from home with a Weekend in Paradise! Deadline for registration: February 28

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