The Annual Jean Dean Reading is Fundamental Luncheon at Alabama District Circle K Convention will be held at Felix’s Fish Camp on the Mobile Bay Causeway, just right outside Downtown Mobile. Felix’s Fish Camp is the place to feast on delicious, fresh, Gulf seafood and USDA certified steaks. You’ll enjoy dishes prepared from classic Mobile recipes and a few new ones as well. Enjoy incredible entrees, salads, desserts, appetizers, and cocktails. But the food is just the beginning. During the luncheon, Cathy Dean Gafford, Executive Director of Jean Dean RIF, will present a talk to showcase Circle K’s importance to RIF’s mission of providing books to children in low income areas across Alabama. Further, attending Circle K clubs will each present the funds they have raised throughout the year to Jean Dean RIF. And, if that isn’t enough, Felix’s Fish Camp Grill is situated on one of the most scenic parts of Mobile Bay. From the gigantic windows circling the Alligator Watch Porch, you can take in an entire panorama of natural beauty that the Alabama Gulf Coast. Each attendee may choose between Shrimp ‘n Grits, Boiled Crab Cakes, Fried Shrimp & Oysters, Catch of the Day, or the Causeway Cheese Chuckburger for their lunch meal when registering for Convention.
About Alabama District Circle K
Alabama District Circle K is the collegiate branch of the Kiwanis Club in Alabama. Alabama District Circle K is made up of almost 400 members through chapters on more than a dozen campuses across Alabama, both Universities and Community Colleges. Markedly different from the overall trend in civic clubs, Circle K is growing in Alabama with four new chapters within the past year and two new chapters in the previous year. Combined, our chapters do more than 3,000 hours of community service each year on their campuses and in their communities, with partners like March of Dimes, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, local shelters, and food banks. From a leadership development angle, Circle K is lead by a Board of Directors at each local chapter and a elected District Board which serves as the coordinating body for the chapters in Alabama. These groups are aided by the support of Kiwanis members who serve as advisors on both the chapter and district level. More information can be found at alabamacki.org