Mary Beth Jordon (University of Georgia), 1977-78 Governor
August 1977 - Gray Cited by Circle K: “George ‘Dad’ Gray (right) Atlanta, Georgia, administrator of the Georgia Circle K District as he received the Circle K International Circle of Service Award from Louis Schiff (left), St. Paul, Minnesota, 1976-77 Circle K International Vice-President. The award was made during the closing session of the 22nd annual Circle K Convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
“The Circle of Service Award was created to recognize and honor individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Circle K International ‘beyond the call of duty.’
“…Gray works for Southern Bell Telephone Company and has been a member of Kiwanis for 13 years. He is a member of the Atlanta-Perimeter Center Kiwanis Club. He has served as club president and lieutenant governor (division 16) of the Georgia Kiwanis district. He has been administrator of the Georgia Circle K district since April of 1975.”
February 1978 – Circle K Week slated for Feb. -11, Clubs can prepare for observances now: “February 5-11 has been designated as Circle K Week. The General Office has prepared a Circle K Week Kit that will be mailed to Circle K Clubs.
“Kiwanis clubs sponsoring Circle K clubs should plan now to mark this annual observance. Circle K Week is an excellent opportunity for Kiwanis clubs to hold joint service projects or board meetings with their sponsored Circle K clubs. It is also an excellent time to plan a Circle K program for a regular Kiwanis club meeting.
“Kiwanis clubs can also arrange to have a Circle K district officer or administrator speak at a club meeting. The filmstrip, ‘Embrace Humanity,’ dramatically illustrates Circle K in action and is available from the General Office for $7 (Catalog No. 30860).
“Most important, Circle K Week is an opportunity for Kiwanians to find out what their sponsored Circle K Clubs are doing. It is also a time to recognize Circle K accomplishments and to congratulate those college students who are working to serve.
“A copy of the Circle K Week Kit is available from the General Office. The kit contains suggestions for joint Circle K and Kiwanis involvement, suggestions for Circle K membership development, sample proclamations to be used by government officials, and other promotional materials.” (The Georgia Kiwanian)