Greetings, CNH Circle K,

Welcome to December! As we are experiencing the holidays, we are also coming close to finals. This is just a friendly reminder to please take care of yourselves while studying! Kind of on the same topic, the prompt for December is all about taking care of your peers and making them feel at home. The members you will be seeing for the first three weeks are the individuals within their divisions to have made people around them feel great!

Without further ado, here is week 1 and also the reasoning by the Lieutenant Governors behind their selections.

Capital Division
Chase Kalik, Lake Tahoe Community College
Chase Kalik is an amazing individual and an amazing CKI President. He always puts his members and those around him first; his selflessness and caring heart show in many different ways! For the members who could not afford their CKI Dues, he found a way to cover for them. For members who had an issue within or outside the club, he does his very best to make them feel at ease. He is always trying his hardest, even if it means that he has to step out of his comfort zone, to please everyone and it is simply amazing to have a person like him in our CKI family.”

Golden Gate Division
Christian Suriben, San Francisco State University
Christian is a pre-nursing student from SF State! He serves as the Fundraising Chair as the club and plans many great fundraisers for the club throughout the term for our DFI’s. From being involved as a officer, Christian has tremendously grew from his officer position and has stepped up to help other officers when needed. His willingness to help others and the clun beyond his personal duties shows oustanding character. He as also been more involved with the division and district. We applaud Christian on his amazing work thus far!”

Sunset Division
Selena Suen, Foothill College
Selena is the VPA at Foothill College and she has been working hard in making sure things run smoothly with the other officers. She also take on the role of finding a variety of service events as well. She does her best to help out the other officers with any tasks when needed and always strive to do more.”

Stay tuned to next week to see who will be picked for the central region of our District! Study hard for finals!