AWARDS AND CONTESTS

 

Get recognized for individual and club achievements.

 

During closing session, individuals and clubs will be recognized for their outstanding service. In addition to achievement-based awards, members can participate in contests such as the talent show, and the scrapbook contest. Judging for these contests will take place during Convention. For more information and application forms for awards and contests, please see the 2021 DCON Registration Packet.

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAMS

Some of the awards and contests listed below are part of Key Club International recognition programs. By applying for these awards and contests, clubs may be eligible to be recognized on the international level at International Convention 2021.

Click here to see a full list of the awards with links.

Mandatory Reports

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Annual Achievement Report

The annual achievement report is required for all clubs to submit, including those who are not attending Convention. The report outlines the progress that your club has made throughout the year, from service projects to Kiwanis-family relations. The report also serves as a contest submission for the Pacific Northwest District and Key Club International to recognize outstanding clubs.

Individual Awards

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Outstanding Advisor Awards

Recognize your club advisors for all of their hard work and dedication to Key Club throughout the year by nominating them for the Outstanding Faculty Advisor and Outstanding Kiwanis Advisor awards.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Outstanding Club Officer Awards

 

Recognize your club officers - President, Vice President, Secretary, TreasurerEditor, and Webmaster - for all of their work and service to Key Club throughout the year by nominating them for an Outstanding Club Officer Award.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Malcolm Lewis Outstanding Club Member

Recognize that special club member who has gone the "extra mile" and put forth a special amount of time and effort in their work with the Pacific Northwest District of Key Club International. Nominate this exceptional member for the Malcolm Lewis Outstanding Club Member Award.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Thirst Project Individual Award

This award is given an individual who has performed outstanding service related to our District Project, the Thirst Project. This award is designed to reward Key Clubbers who may not normally receive recognition for all of the hard work they do for the Thirst Project. Nominees are club members or officers who have gone the “extra mile” and put dedication into hosting service projects, educational events, and fundraisers for the Thirst Project.

Club Awards

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Distinguished Club Awards

The Distinguished Club Award Program provides recognition to clubs for their overall performance in the combined areas of club administration, membership and leadership development, Kiwanis-family involvement, service, and fundraising. Entries shall use the mandatory Annual Achievement Report.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

6 for 65

Does your club have at least 6 club members who have each performed a minimum of 65 hours of community service during the year? If so, enter your club in the 6 for 65 Contest.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Service Hours Award

Service is the basic goal of Key Club International. This award is given to the Key Club that has performed the most service hours per member in the 2020-2021 service year. 

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Club Membership Growth Awards

How many Key Club members have you been able to recruit and retain over the course of one year?  The Club Membership Growth Award Program recognizes the clubs with the highest percentage membership growth.  Multiple awards are given based upon club size.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

District Project Award

 

Has your club completed an exceptional service project with regard to this year’s District Project, the Thirst Project? If so, apply for the District Project award.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Club Website Contest

This award is given to the Key Club that has developed the best club website during the 2020-21 service year. The website must meet Key Club International Graphic Standards.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Club T-Shirt Contest

This award is given to the club that designs a t-shirt in the district competition and is judged according to  artistic representation, general content, uniqueness of presentation, layout, and design.

Key Club International Recognition Programs

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Single Service Awards

This award celebrates your club’s unique service projects. Multiple awards are given based upon club size.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Major Emphasis Award

Has your club done an outstanding project related to the Key Club Major Emphasis “Children: Their Future, Our Focus"? If so, enter your club in the Major Emphasis Involvement Contest.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Non-Digital Club Poster Contest

Create a poster using non-electronic means promoting Key Club International. Get creative, and see the contest form for poster criteria.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Digital Club Poster Contest

Create a poster using electronic means such as photography, photo manipulation, and graphic design. Get digital, and see the contest form for poster criteria.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Club Video Contest

 

Produce a video to promote Key Club International or your club, and your club might be recognized in the Club Video Contest. First place video entries will be eligible to compete at International Convention.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021 

Year in Review Contest

 

Compile pictures, articles, and mementos of your Key Club's journey in the 2020-21 service year. Traditional entries must be submitted in a scrapbook binder.

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Talent Contest

 

Enter as a club, team or individual; all are welcome! Showcase the talent that makes the Pacific Northwest District the best of all time. Talent show finalists will perform at Closing Session. 

DUE FEBRUARY 1ST, 2021

Oratorical Contest

 

If you're good at writing and public speaking, then this is the contest for you! Each orator is given the same subject with a time limit of 5 minutes for presentation. The winning orator will present their speech during Closing Session.