Awards & Contests
At District Convention, clubs have the opportunity to compete and
be recognized for their service throughout the prior the year.
Awards & Contests will be judged by non-affiliated individuals and the winners
will be announced at the Saturday night and Sunday morning sessions!
Stanley T. Johnson
Outstanding Club President Award
Awarded for outstanding self-discipline, teamwork, and dedication to the ideals of Key Club.
J. Whit King Outstanding Club Award
Awarded to the most outstanding Club in the Alabama District.
Hoyt Lee Outstanding Kiwanian Award
Awarded to the most outstanding Kiwanian in the Alabama District.
Robert L. Bottsford Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award
Awarded to the most outstanding Faculty Advisor in the Alabama District.
Sandy Nininger Medal
Awarded to a Key Clubber for outstanding self-discipline, teamwork, and dedication to the ideals of Key Club.
George L. Price Service to Youth Medal
Awarded to an adult that significantly contributes to the wellbeing of the students and clubs.
Robert M Palys Heart of the District
The highest honor bestowed on an individual (student or adult)
in the Alabama District.
Club Service Awards
Compete with your club's best single service project for the year.
Major Emphasis Award
View the MEP coversheet and submission form.
Signature Project Award
Recognition of individual Key Clubs for the single best service project. The club’s service project shall be planned, organized and produced by the Key Club.
A non-digital member recruitment poster.
Traditional Scrapbook Contest
A scrapbook containing pictures, souvenirs, etc., of its activities during the club administrative year.
Non-Traditional Scrapbook Contest
A non-traditional scrapbook or composition of other media containing pictures or other representations of its activities
during the club administrative year.
A contest that showcases the diverse talents of Key Club members from all around the state. Contestants must submit a video audition before Saturday morning of DCON.
Key Club members create an original speech (maximum of five minutes) in response to that year’s prompt. The contest is judged based on the speech itself and the delivery of the speech.
Contestants must submit a video audition before Saturday morning of DCON.