Forms & Reports

  • trikslide

    Join Kiwanis Family members from across Alabama at the Jean Dean RIF warehouse in Opelika.

  • alaslisde

    November 20 - 22 at Gulf Shores Beach Retreat

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For more than half a century, college students across Alabama have made an impact on their campuses and communities through Circle K. The Great Alabama District of Circle K International is a Service Leadership Program of Alabama Kiwanis. Each year, Circle Kers do countless hours of service and lead their campuses to be more thoughtful and selfless. While service is the thread that binds Alabama CKI together, it is only one part of the Circle K Experience. The portrait of a Circle Ker is a poised, competent and giving student fully prepared to be a industry-leading professional as they enter their post-graduate careers.

News & Updates

A Low Cost Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF idea: Truck-or-Treat

It’s mid-September and we’re just a few weeks out from Halloween. Are you still looking for fundraising ideas for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF? Here’s a low cost idea to host on your campus: Truck-or-Treat. What is Truck-or-Treat? Trunk-or-Treat is a safe alternative to door-to-door Trick-or-Treating. Instead of going from house to house in a neighborhood, children […]

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Alabama Leadership Academy Group Leader Application

Do you enjoy leading others through team building activities? Do you like connecting with Circle K members from across Alabama? Do you love the beach? You can enjoy all three of these as a group leader at Alabama Leadership Academy (ALA). The Alabama District Circle K is currently taking applications for group leaders at the 2015 […]

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CKI member circle the city with service and celebrate 100 years of Kiwanis at CKIX15 in Indianapolis

Attendees of CKIx 2015 completed 4,500 hours of community service around the Indianapolis area. The largest community service projected was termed “Extreme Neighborhood Makeover” and included multiple projects around the Hawthorne and Haughville neighborhoods. Circle K’ers helped to clean up neighborhood parks and community centers, cleaned up neighborhood streets of weeds and trash, painted murals […]

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A Key to Success: Recruitment

As Lieutenant Governor Justin Crofoot stated in his wonderful S.M.A.R.T. Goals blog post, “Circle K doesn’t stop in the summer!” A successful club is built and strengthened from great, year-round recruitment. Through out this summer, the University of South Alabama and Alabama Southern Community College have been recruiting at all of their school’s summer orientation sessions! They’ve used […]

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