Club Officer Resources

Congratulations on becoming a club officer! As a new member of your club’s board of officers, you will not only continue to be an active club member, but you will also be in charge of managing your club and pushing your club to grow and prosper. This manual is designed to give you an understanding of Circle K as an organization, a reference for your new responsibilities in your elected position, as well as an understanding of the duties of your entire club board. Please refer back to this resource section as often as needed because it is here to help you and your club have a successful year and a bright future.

District Tracker

This tracker is designed to show the status of received monthly reports including service hours. Please direct any questions about the tracker to District Secretary Miranda Moses.

District Service Project

Our District Service Project, From One PACK to Another, benefits animal welfare! Get inspired with the DSP Packet and help magnify our imPACK.

Club Officer Guide

These manuals are designed to give you an understanding of Circle K as an organization, a reference for your new responsibilities in your elected position, as well as an understanding of the duties of your entire club board. Please refer back to this resource as often as needed because it is here to help you and your club have a successful year and a bright future.

Membership Update Center

Circle K clubs, in good standing, can use the Membership Update Center to add new members and update records after officer elections. The Circle K club’s Kiwanis or faculty advisor should update the club officers at the Membership Update Center. Then, the club secretary or treasurer can follow the easy, three-step process to update membership information and register your club. 

Other International Resources

 

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