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Circle K is an international service organization that exist on many
college campuses across America and in six other countries.  We are a
collegiate division of Kiwanis International.

This year we are proud to be working with a program which will help
prevent Iodine Deficiency Diseases in Africa and the Middle East.  We
are doing this by raising funds to build salt iodinization plants
there so they will be able to Iodize all of the salt production in
those countries.

IDD is common there due to the environment and the soil there.  IDD is
just one of the programs the Circle K are involved with continuously.
This year, our theme is Focus on the Future: Children and this is one
excellent way that we are promoting the theme.

If you are a college student, you may have a Circle K Club on your
campus.  Ask about it.  It is an excellent way to get involved in the world.

  Circle K Int'l, 3636 Woodview Trace, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268-3196

[Source: Tony Perez (aperez@st6000.Peachnet.edu).]

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