Contests and Awards
Every year at the District Convention, Key Clubbers gather to share their experiences, accomplishments, and hardships in giving back to the community. It is also an opportunity to recognize and award the precious individuals who orchestrated community events.
Awards are given out to those who are diligent and true to the Key Club spirit. These individuals strive to motivate the community, propel service, and reach their full potentials. Let the Key Club community exemplify volunteerism, optimism, and ideals together through marking the milestones of its peers and celebrating in unison for the accomplishments of Key Clubbers in our District.
To honour certain individuals...
ALLEN STEWART MOST OUTSTANDING FACULTY ADVISOR AWARD
A.J. tony pelosse single service award
Brian W. McGarry Most Outstanding kiwanis award
Each Key Club can nominate only one Kiwanis Advisor. A brief summary of 300 words (maximum) must be attached to the entry.
Distinguished president's award
distinguished secretary's award
governor/district service project contest
Clubs who participated in the District Service Project may apply. A completed report of your activities must be submitted with the entry.
kenneth s. wynkie OUTSTANDING key clubber
Given to the most outstanding Key Club Member in the District. Each Key Club may nominate one member from their club.
paul kelly joint k incentive award
R.A. (bob) cageorge distinguished club achievement award
Create, participate & have fun with...
club t-shirt contest
Clubs may submit one t-shirt entry that is to be judged at District Convention. T-shirts must comply with Key Club International's graphics standards.
Club video contest
Clubs may submit one video entry that is approximately thirty to sixty seconds long. It must be submitted at convention via DVD or USB storage. Production cost must be under $200.
club poster contest
Clubs may submit one entry for each non-digital and digital contest categories. Either the non-digital or the digital poster will be eligible to be submitted to Key Club International. The poster must be designed to recruit new member and should not bear the name of any school, community, or district.
Each club may submit one entry in the Talent Contest in either solo or group competition. Judging is in accordance with Key Club International's standards; refer to page 50 in the guidebook.
Each club may submit one entry. The speech will be under five minutes, with the contest question being:
"Our cultures, demographics, and experiences make up our identities. How do these three factors affect your perception and understanding of servant leadership, the Key Club pledge, and the Kiwanis Family?"
All criteria conform with Key Club International.
Keep a lookout for...
This award is presented by the District Administrator at their discretion to a person who has been particularly supportive and representative of Key Club.
spirit stick award
Given to the division who displays the most spirit at District Convention.
Given to the Key Club that has traveled the farthest distance to attend District Convention.
Early Bird dues award
Given to clubs who have completed invoice and membership roster forms and submitted membership fees on or before November 1st.
Given to the first three clubs to submit their dues.
strive for five
Given to any club who has a net growth of five active members from the previous year (as of March 30th).