You can register for the K-T District Tour as long as space is available. However, registrations received after this Friday, May 17, must pay an additional $40 to cover Key Club International’s late registration fee.
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The 70th annual Key Club International Convention will be held July 3 – July 6, 2013 in Washington, DC. The K-T District is once again offering a tour to the convention. The tour provides students the opportunity to attend the convention and enjoy Washington, DC and the surrounding area.
You can download the registration form below. PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT register for the international convention on the Key Club International website. Use the registration form below and submit it to Steve Phillips.
Here are links to sites of interest with more information about Washington, DC and other convention-related topics.
- KT Tour and Convention Registration Form
- Speakers and entertainers
- Elections & Amendments
- Contests & Awards
- Learn about Washington, DC
TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE ON THE TOUR
1. Send the following 3 items as soon as possible:
- A deposit of $250
- A completed K-T Tour Registration Form
- The Tour Reservation and Commitment Form.
2. Since you are registering with the K-District Tour, DO NOT send a registration form to Key Club International.
3. Have at least $500 of the Tour Price paid by May 17, 2013. THIS PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAY 17, 2013.
4. Pay the balance of the tour price by June 7, 2013.
The Daviess County club raised the money by having home rooms compete to see which home room could collect the most money for ELIMINATE each day for a week. The homeroom that raised the most money each day received doughnuts for the entire class the next morning. The club spent $20.00 each day on supplies and after five days they had $1300.00 to donate to the ELIMINATE project. The $1300 will save 800 mothers and babies from the nightmare of maternal and neonatal tetanus.Print Me
Hello K-T District Key Clubbers!
As most of you know, it is time that I make two new appointed additions to the District Board this year. These positions are District Historian and International Projects Chair.
These positions are not easy jobs, and require full responsibility. Thus, I have chosen the two people that I feel are most qualified and ready for the applied position. This was not an easy decision, and I would like to thank everyone who applied.
Your 2013-2014 District Historian will be Dylan Gatete from Sequoyah High School in Madisonville, Tennessee, and your 2013-2014 International Projects Chair will be Katie Tilton from Paul G. Blazer High School in Ashland, Kentucky. Congratulations to the appointees, and I look forward to working with them this year to improve our District!
Yours in service,
K-T District Governor
Hello K-T District!
First, I would like to begin by saying that I am so excited for the upcoming Key Club year! Being elected this year is definitely an honor and a privilege that I am thankful for every day. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for this year!
As District Governor, one of my duties is to appoint two positions to the District Board this year. These positions are International Projects chair and District Historian, and applications are now available. Please review the responsibilites for each position, answer the questions to the best of your ability, and email the finished applications to me by Saturday, March 30th, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know anyone that might be interested in applying, please don’t hesitate to share the applications with them! I will not accept any applications after the due date, as I will have to carefully review each application in order to appoint the two deserving people that I feel will do the best job and who will serve our district to their full abilities. Once I review each application, I will inform the district of my chosen appointees. If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to contact me! Thank you guys for everything that you do!
Yours in service,
K-T District Governor