The Circle K International club at Reinhardt College collected donations of more than 100 boxes of cereal for the Joy House in Jasper, Ga. The Club held a cereal drive on the College campus from Jan. 22- 25, and all donations were delivered on Feb. 1.
Reinhardt Circle K members and friends who collected and delivered the cereal donations include: (from left, back row) Ryan Mayo, a freshman from Newnan, Ga.; Jason Bunch, a sophomore from Dalton, Ga.; Catherine Cox, a freshman from Dalton, Ga.; Aleksandra Nimova, a freshman from Rousse, Bulgaria; (from left, bottom row) Natalie Hranek, Kiwanis advisor; Jacie Duncan, a senior from Jasper, Ga. and Cereal Drive project coordinator; Patricia Summers; Susanna Long, a sophomore from Rydal, Ga.; and Julie Creasy, a sophomore from Marietta, Ga.
Circle K is the world's premiere collegiate service organization with over 11,000 members worldwide making an impact on their campus and communities. Circle K is sponsored by Kiwanis International, a community service organization for professional men and women. Kiwanis International also sponsors Key Club International, the high school counterpart of Circle K, and Builders Club in middle and junior high schools. Visit www.circlek.org for more information.
The Joy House is a ministry dedicated to restoring teens and families through Christ by providing a healing, loving environment that leads to reconciliation of child and parent for future success in life. The Joy House provides counseling, schooling and housing for the teens and their families. Visit www.thejoyhouse.org for more information.
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