Lt. Governor of Division 25, Dave Mies, extended the invitation to our district to attend a special presentation by Cindy Rice as she discusses how her Blackburn College Program serves college students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Holiday Embrace is Circle K's annual dinner/dance. It is also a fundraiser for Spastic Paralysis, so please come and support this worthy cause!
For the safety of everyone given the rapid increase in Covid cases, Holiday Embrace has moved to a free virtual format.
There will be a live Zoom event at 6:00 PM CT including a Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation presentation by Dr. Robin Bowman along with her patient's family, online auction, and I-I Circle K International's presentation.
Join us on a Zoom call as we socialize and make cards/color pictures for various organizations.
We will be together on a Zoom call making cards. You will need to have your supplies ahead of time. You can use card kits or make them from scratch by coloring or with stickers, etc. If you aren't feeling creative and just want to hang out with us, feel free. Friends and family are welcome to join as well.
The information for the organizations are below. You can contribute to one or more of these organizations.
Phill's Friends Cards of Hope - Cards for cancer patients. These cards can be printed on your printer and colored in. For the cards and details on where to send them: https://philsfriends.org/cards-of-hope/
Meals on Wheels Love Notes - Cards for elderly people. There isn't a website with details, so I reached out to the organization. They said they prefer a simple sentiment or a large letter, no envelopes required, and cards for holidays need to be received 10 days before the holiday, so we could make Valentine's Day cards if they are received by Feb. 4.
The cards should be sent to: MEALS ON WHEELS CHICAGO 314 W. Superior, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60654 or Meals on Wheels Northeastern Illinois 1723 Simpson St Evanston, IL 60201