JOIN US for our first social-meeting of the 2017-18 academic year. Meeting Circle K board members, make new connections, learn about what we have planned for this year, and enjoy dinner while engaging in various fellowship/ icebreaker activities. Did we also mention that dinner is on the house? So grab a friend or two and introduce them to the wonderful world of Circle K.
Date: Thursday, September 28 2017
Venue: Room 2007, Wilson Hall
(40 Willcocks St.,
Toronto, ON M5S 1C6)
NOTE: Please disclose any dietary restrictions that you have when
RSVP'ing for our social-meeting.
Students from all three campuses of the University of Toronto will once again come together to collect and cleanup Woodbine Beach of all litter. Through this annual shoreline cleanup initiative, we'll be making a huge contribution to our community as we help clean and beautify the shoreline of Woodbine Beach from any litter that can harm animals that frequent the beaches as well as children and families.
Please JOIN Circle K for a day of fun, as we cleanup the shoreline. Transportation and lunch will be provided, wear you most comfortable shoes and dress for the weather.
Monthly Report Forms (MRFs) are due to the Eastern Canada Circle K District Board on the 10th of each month. Any service hours performed as a group or independently (outside Circle K events) can be reported on the MRFs. Members are responsible for reporting their independent service hours (outside Circle K) on our MRF, while our club Secretary records and reports members' Circle K service hours.
Example: Service hours performed in the month of May are due on June 10th, service hours performed in the month of June are due on July 10th, etc...
SHOPPERS RUN for WOMEN will be hosting its 2nd annual TO edition of this popular national race series in Downtown Toronto on Saturday June 10th, 2017. Proceeds will go to support the Women's College Hospital and mental health programs for women. Your contribution as a volunteer in whatever capacity is quite significant to the runner's experience and the success of the event. Plus you will gain work and PR experience. Most of all, it will be FUN!
Every year the Eastern Canada Circle K District host an annual convention to commemorate the hard work accomplished by clubs and club members throughout the service year. During DCON members have the opportunity to share the experiences, participate in experiential leadership development workshops led by one or more club members, make new connections with fellow Circle K members, attend a dinner banquet, and more.
Events hosted by the University of Toronto Circle K club, as well as by the Toronto Kiwanis Club and the Eastern Canada District of Circle K, will be posted on the right of this "Events" blog webpage and organized by month and event type below.