BethelĂ­s Circle K Makes Donation to Autism Fund


Cynthia Nienaber (third from left) and Karlene Cheatham (far left) accept a $100 cash donation and a Wal-Mart gift card on behalf of the Autism Fund at Bethel University from the school’s Circle K Club. The money was raised through a flashlight Easter Egg Hunt, which was sponsored by Circle K and co-sponsored by Residence Life and by Delta Phi Nu sorority. Circle K is the collegiate level of Kiwanis and is sponsored at Bethel by the McKenzie Kiwanis Club. Circle K’s motto is “Live to Serve, Love to Serve. We Build.” Their focus is service learning in the community with children being the primary target group served.