$400 Question At the International level, he is the Subregion G Trustee representing the Georgia, Alabama, Carolinas, Florida and Caribbean Districts. He currently attends the Institute of Technology from Atlanta, Georgia.
$400 Question A day-long training conference for club officers, usually held in the spring.
$400 Answer Club Officer Leadership Training (COLT)
$500 Question Annual convention held in the summer to celebrate the achievements of Circle K International, to recognize outstanding clubs, members, and districts, and to elect a new international board for the next administrative year.
$100 Question Holds meetings, sponsors social functions, and conducts service projects to improve the campus and community. Has a faculty advisor, a Kiwanis Advisor, a treasurer, secretary, vice president, and president.
$300 Question Its main function is to develop and maintain Circle K clubs within the specified region. It sponsors conventions, conferences, and training sessions for Circle K members, and produces materials and guidelines to enhance the operations of its clubs.
$400 Question Each represented by an International Trustee, Circle K districts are divided up into these larger sections which help identify and research critical issues facing the international organization.
$100 Question This organization is a coeducational service organization for high school students, organized and sponsored by a Kiwanis club. It is a self-governing organization and elects its own officers, determines its own service activities, and establishes its own dues structure.
$200 Question This organization is a coeducational service program, sponsored by a Kiwanis club, which provides middle school students the opportunity to help others, serve their school and community, and build a positive future for themselves.
$300 Question This organization is a local Kiwanis club sponsored community service program for elementary school students. It is sponsored by a local Kiwanis club, working in concert with parents, teachers, and school administrators to provide young children their first experience in service learning, community service, leadership development, and partnering with organizations committed to the welfare of the community.
$400 Question This organization is a community-service group of adults who are developmentally impaired, and it is co-sponsored by a Kiwanis club or division and an agency that serves people who have disabilities. This organizations program has four primary goals for its members: 1. To develop initiative and leadership 2. To provide experience in living and working together 3. To serve the community 4. To prepare for useful citizenship
$500 Question This is a global organization of adult volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. Its members develop youth as leaders, build playgrounds, raise funds for pediatric research, help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, and care for the sick. It is the parent organization for all of the K-Family and is known worldwide by its aptitude and compassion for service.