Circle K to discuss social contribution

By Dawn C. Brown

Members of an NIU service organization will be sponsoring a free program tonight about how much people can do to contribute to society.

The NIU Circle K chapter will present a program entitled “The Impact of an Individual.”

Chapter President Derek Sherman said the governor of the Illinois-Eastern Iowa Circle K region, Oscar Rodriguez, will present the program at 9 p.m. in Room 220C of DuSable Hall.

“In November of 1962, NIU became the 194th institution of higher education to have a charter. Since then, NIU Circle K has been an active team of students achieving goals for others and themselves,” Sherman said.

Also, NIU President John La Tourette will be appearing at the event, Sherman added.

Other events Circle K has planned for this fall are a dance for residents of DeKalb County Nursing Home, a campus clean up campaign and a staffing of the Kiwanis’ Haunted House at Halloween.

Circle K is a coeducational service organization open to all students who are in any way interested in working with the community.

Circle K has approximately 10,000 members in seven different countries. Members can interconnect and establish professional contacts through an associate with Kiwanis, a business