2014-2015 UC Irvine Circle K Club Shirt
Theme: Service in Wonderland (Alice in Wonderland)
Designed by Jennifer Le & Mark Ubongen
Back of shirt includes the eleven 2014-2015 UCI Circle K Families: Bandersnatch Family
Queen of Hearts Family
Mad Hatter Family
Cheshire Cat Family
Card Guards Family
Tweedledee & Tweedledum Family
White Rabbit Family
(The banana is UCI Circle K’s undercover mascot! Circle “K”—K for Potassium!)
The club shirt is $10! If you’re interested in purchasing, contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org!
We Serve, We Lead, We are a Family
We are C-K-I, We are from UCI! ♥
Yay, the new 2014 Executive board has been elected!
Featuring (from left to right) Secretary Jennifer Tarm, Vice President of Service Nikki Teresa, President Angelina Chanthanouvoung, Vice President of Adminstration Byron Barahona, and Treasurer Katelynn Richmond!
UC Irvine Circle K invites you to our Welcome Week Orientation! Join us to learn more about fellowship, leadership, and service, as well as watch the rest of our orientation video!
Orientation Teaser link: tinyurl.con/ucickifall2013
Tuesday 9/24 @ 6:30pm in Balboa Island A & Wednesday 9/25 @ Noon in Emerald Bay A&B
Zotzot~hope to see you there!
#cki #ucicki #circlek #kiwanis #keyclub #kiwins #cnhcki #cnh #circlekinternational #uci #ucirvine #ucirvinecircle #kfam #orientation #zot #service #fellowship #leadership #spirit
UC Irvine Circle K invites YOU to join us for our Welcome Week activities!
Check out our official Welcome Week schedule for all of the events and times! Want to see what other events we have in store for you and what UC Irvine Circle K is up to? Check us out:
We hope to see you soon!
This is the debut issue of UC Irvine Circle K’s 2013-2014 Newsletter! The Bulletin Editors of UCI, Jennifer Le and Timmy Luong, are happy to finally present this to the Circle K community (as well as all other branches of Kiwanis and potential members ^___^). Please enjoy this newsletter!
Here is the trailer for UC Irvine Circle K’s 2nd Annual Overnight LASER TAG SOCIAL! It’s going to be a fun night of unlimited games, late night food, breakfast, and FELLOWSHIP!
When: May 31-June 1 11:30 PM- 6AM
Who: Circle K Magic Kingdom Division
Where: Laser Quest 229 E Orangethrope Ave, Fullerton
Tickets: $37 presale and $40 at the door
Come out and have fun!
If you’re interested in leadership opportunities on a district level, then District Committees are for you! Apply and get a chance to work with Circle K members from all over the California-Nevada-Hawaii District! :D
2013-2014 Applications are due Sunday, May 12 at 10pm and can be found here: http://www.cnhcirclek.org/index.php/component/content/article/4-news-a-announcements/166-2-13-204-district-committee-applications
2013-2014 UCI CKI Membership Development and Education Chair
We are very lucky to have the kind of medical care that we have in the U.S., especially when it comes to taking care of newborns and the mothers who give birth them. Unfortunately, in many third world countries, Mothers and babies alike are at risk of contracting the disease known as “Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus.” This disease usually has a 100% mortality rate, and is contracted due to either poor immunization practices within hospitals and the use of unclean hospital equipment. The sad thing is, this could all be easily prevented by providing these hospitals throughout the world with the proper hygienic tools and equipment.
Fortunately, organizations such as Circle K work hard every year to raise money for project eliminate, which provides babies and mothers alike with vaccines and clean medical equipment.
While this week is Eliminate week, I ask all of you to keep the mothers and babies of the world in your hearts and mind not just for this week, but for years and years to come, and to help Circle K and others alike in the fight against Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus. Whether big or small, your donations will matter, and lives will be saved, and babies and mothers alike will be given another chance to smile Happy Eliminate week everyone!
-Sam Barke, UCI CKI President
To read more about Project Eliminate and the efforts being made to help those with Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus, please click on the link here http://www.unicef.org/health/index_43509.html
Tree planting was a success! Thank you to everyone who came out to help! Join us next time we have a on-campus service project (: #ucicki #uci #tree #treeplanting #middleearth #circlek #ucicirclek #sustainability #earth #planting (at Middle Earth Housing)
A message from one of UC Irvine Circle K’s Membership Development & Education Chairs: Angelina Chanthanouvong!
Hello! Hi! Bonjour! Are you a Key Clubber? Kiwins member? Someone simply interested in service, leadership, and fellowship? Well I have a wonderful club that I’d love to introduce to YOU! :D
College is a time of discovery and growth. You’re able to meet new people, venture out and enjoy new experiences, and create new memories in the process—there’s so much to do and so little time! You have so many choices and so many clubs that you are able to join, so the big question here is: What exactly sets Circle K apart from any other service club?
But wait…let’s answer an even more important question…
WHAT IS CIRCLE K?
Circle K is THE LARGEST collegiate community service club IN THE WORLD! Our members have a passion for service and making a difference through the service that we do.
Circle K is the collegiate branch of the Kiwanis Family. Our Kiwanis Family includes sponsoring Kiwanis Clubs (adult version of Circle K), as well as other clubs such as Key Club and KIWIN’S (high school service clubs), Builders Club (middle school and junior high students), and K-Kids (elementary students).
Circle K is based on the three tenets of SERVICE, FELLOWSHIP, and LEADERSHIP!
SERVICE: There are so many service opportunities that you can get involved in that fit with your own personal schedule. From weekly service projects, weekend projects, to even district wide service projects, every event makes a difference and plays an impact on our communities. Through service, we are able to make a difference in our community.
LEADERSHIP: A unique thing about Circle K is all of the leadership opportunities open up not only to board members, but general members as well. At your home club, you are able to chair events, join committees, or even apply as a board member for the next term. But wait! Your leadership isn’t just limited to your own school! You can apply to host workshops at district events and even serve alongside district board members by applying for district committees. There are so many ways to grow as a leader as well as many opportunities to showcase your capabilities as a leader!
FELLOWSHIP: Another thing that sets Circle K apart from other clubs on campus is the crazy amount of energy, spirit, and enthusiasm that we have in our members. There are so many amazing people you can meet in the process of being in this club, whether it is a divisional, district, or even international event. Not only will you get involved with a Circle K club at your own school, you’re also welcomed into a divisional, district-wide, and international family of leaders. Through service and social events, we are able to foster lifelong friendships, create strong bonds with one another, as well as create impacting memories.
As our 2013-2014 Cal-Nev-Ha District Governor Sean Dylan Nguyen puts it:
"You come for the service, you stay for the fellowship, and you aspire to be a leader."
So next time you see a Circle K club or member on your college campus, don’t be shy and stop by to say hi (oh hey, that rhymed, hehe)! Attend a service project! General meeting! Social! We’re more than happy to have you check out and join our Circle K family! Better yet, ask us how we feel—you’ll be in for a great surprise ;D
We serve, we lead, we are a family! We are C-K-I! ♥
If you have any questions, feel free to ask! Hope to see you around!
What Makes a Good Member: Bravery
Standing up for what is right can be the hardest thing in the world. It takes true talent, skill, and, above all, bravery to speak up for others, or else to attempt to do something new.
In my past four years in Circle K, I’ve noticed—whether its at conferences and conventions, service projects, meetings, or even on Facebook—that the people in this organization are quick to try new things, stand up for what they believe is right, and step outside their comfort zone.
It takes a special kind of bravery to try new things, as well as to do the right thing.
Bravery can be applied to what we do each and every day. How do you uphold bravery in CKI?
UCI Circle K’s End of the Year Banquet is coming up! Come out and celebrate the Circle K year :)
Where: UCI Student Center Pacific Ballroom D
When: Sunday April 28, 2013
Time: 5:30-9:00 pm
Costs: $5 (not eating); $8 Presale; $10 At the door