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Committee Chair Applications

At District Convention last weekend, we officially pinned our 2019 – 2020 Executive Board and Lieutenant Governors. Congratulations to the following individuals:

District Governor – Peony Tse, Stony Brook University
District Secretary – Naile Ruiz, New York University
District Treasurer – Amna Bajwa, City College of New York
District Editor – Jason Zhao, Stony Brook University

Capital Division LTG: Zak Stanke, Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute
Empire Division LTG: Vacant
Hudson Valley Division LTG: Sophie Rhind, SUNY New Paltz
Iroquois Division LTG: Ryan Gu, SUNY Oswego
Liberty Division LTG: Viktoriya order tramadol online to florida Borisova, City College of New York
Long Island Division LTG: Omar Gabr, Stony Brook University
Northern Division LTG: Tyler Kearns, St. Lawrence University
Seneca Division LTG: Coehl Gleckner, Rochester Institute of Technology
Southern Tier Division LTG: Brendon Nguyen, Cornell University
Western Division LTG: Alvina Khan, University at Buffalo

However, the District Board is still incomplete – we need district committee chairs! We are pleased to release our committee chair applications, which are due on April 12 by 11:59 PM EST.

Apply here: https://tinyurl.com/nyckichairapp19-20

Build Positivity

Governor’s Project Week is a week dedicated to educating people on this year’s Governor’s Project, Life’s Necessities: Food and Water. Throughout the week you’ll learn more about the project and ways to get involved!

Consider hosting a fundraiser for Life’s Necessities: Food and Water. Some fantastic non-profit organizations to fundraise for are Thirst Project, dedicated to spreading the awareness and eliminating the water crisis, or Feeding America – did you know, for every $1 donated, Feeding America network of food banks provide 10 meals to people facing hunger? You can implement some of these fun fundraising ideas on your campus for these organizations! 
– Bake Sale: Oldie but goodie
– Hold a benefit concert with local talents from your campus!
– Sell your school’s Circle K gear, e.g. shirts, stickers, buttons
– Hold a crafting session and sell what you guys make during tabling!

Have questions or want more info? Check out our website at http://nycirclek.org/service/governor/ or contact the Service Initiatives committee at service@nycirclek.org!

Out-of-House Service

Governor’s Project Week is a week dedicated to educating people on this year’s Governor’s Project, Life’s Necessities: Food and Water. Throughout the week you’ll learn more about the project and ways to get involved!

There are plenty of ways to get out into the community to get involved with bigger projects! Soup kitchens and food banks are everywhere and easy to get involved buy xanax 1mg with, so this is a great opportunity for big groups to go volunteer. Furthermore, Students Team Up To Fight Hunger (STUFH) is an organization partnered with Circle K International that links students with their local food banks. Learn more at http:/www.stufh.org

Have questions or want more info? Check out our website athttp://nycirclek.org/service/governor/ or contact the Service Initiatives committee at service@nycirclek.org!