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Information Regarding Summer Leadership Conference (SLC)

Hello, Key Clubbers!

I hope that you all are having a GREAT beginning to your summer!

As many of you all know, Key Club International was planning to hold the 2021 International Convention at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida. However, due to COVID-19 Key Club International has made the difficult decision to cancel ICON. However, they will be hosting a virtual Summer Leadership Conference (SLC).

SLC will feature :

1. Speakers representing nonprofits that are bringing positive changes to communities around the world.

2. Workshops where Key Club members can learn about service, leadership, and club operations.

3. Online recognition that spotlights leaders making a difference in their communities.

4. Lots of fun, chances to win prizes, and fellowship — so you can get to know fellow Key Club members.

In that lineup of speakers, it will include :

1. Alex Sheen, because I said I would. Alex Sheen is the founder of because I said I would, a social movement and nonprofit dedicated to bettering humanity through promises made and kept.

2. Brandon Combs, Erika’s Lighthouse. Brandon Combs is the executive director of Erika’s Lighthouse, a Key Club International partner whose goal is to provide mental health resources to clubs around the world.

3. Evan Wesley, Thirst Project. Evan Wesley is the Vice President of Student Activation for Thirst Project. Evan spends his time traveling around the world speaking to middle school, high school, and college students about the global water crisis and what students can do to END it.

These are just a few of the many distinguished speakers that Key Club International has to offer this year!

Key Club members and their advisors will also have the opportunity to attend workshops focused on the following areas:

1. Raising awareness about service opportunities with the help of our student leaders and partners.

2. Building members’ leadership capacity and character potential through officer training.

3. Learning the soft skills necessary to be an effective leader.

4. Providing members with innovative ways to design meaningful service projects.

5. Allowing collaboration with students from multiple Key Club districts.

I encourage you all to attend this event, It will be a great experience! The registration fee is $25, to register please visit https://www.keyclub.org/summer-leadership-conference-registration/. Registration closes on Friday, June 25th at Midnight EDT.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out!

Yours in Service,

Dalton Adams
Kentucky-Tennessee
District Governor

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Congratulations!

K-T,
 
I have the honor and privilege to announce to you all that I have selected Rianne Brown from Rossview High School to serve as the 2021-2022 District Bulletin Editor, and Om Patel from Clarksville Academy to serve as the 2021-2022 District Historian. I am extremely honored to serve alongside these two talented individuals. I know that they will keep Key Clubs 4 values in mind while serving. 
 
I want to thank all of you who applied for Historian and Bulletin Editor. It was a pleasure being able to hear from you all, and learn more about you all. Key Club needs your leadership. I am looking forward to a great year with everyone! Remember, check your emails for updates from the District, and your Lieutenant Governor. As always, if you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.
 
All the best,

Dalton Adams
Kentucky-Tennessee
District Governor 
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Application Deadline for District Historian and Bulletin Editor Extended

Dear Key Clubbers of the Kentucky-Tennessee District,
 
Due to many schools being on spring break I feel as though I did not give everyone a fair chance to apply for an appointed position due to the quick turn around the deadline to apply for Historian and Bulletin Editor has been extended! Applications will be extended through Saturday, April 3rd, 1 pm CST, 2 pm EST. I encourage you to apply as it will be one of the best experiences of a lifetime to serve on this board and serve this District. 
 
If you have any questions regarding anything, please feel free to email me. Once your applications are complete please email them to dalton@ktkey.org. There is a written application, and there will be a Zoom interview as well. The application to apply can be found here:
 
All the best,
 
Dalton Adams
 
K-T District Governor
 
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K-T Key, Spring Edition

Hello, K-T!

This is the final publication of my term. As bittersweet as it is, I am grateful for every experience I have had during my term. This has been a year of prosper and adaptation for Key Club. Whether I had the chance to meet you or not, just know that you have been a Trailblazer this past year, and I cannot wait to see All of the Places You Will Go!

Best,
Jackson Trotter
Kentucky-Tennessee
District Bulletin Editor

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2021 K-T DCON Award Winners

Congratulations and thanks to all of the clubs and members of the Kentucky-Tennessee Key Club District for your heroic service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks also for your perseverance, hard work, creativity, adaptability, and enthusiasm that has kept Key Club active this past year.
 
We celebrated our year of service at last weekend’s virtual district convention where the following clubs and individuals were recognized.

 

Diamond Level Distinguished Clubs
Boyd County
Maryville
Sullivan North

Distinguished Clubs
Ridgeland

Achievement Awards Platinum Division
1st  Place          duPont Manual
2nd Place          Bearden

Achievement Awards Silver Division
1st  Place          Maryville
2nd Place          Volunteer

Achievement Awards Bronze Division
1st  Place          Boyd County
2nd Place          Sullivan North
3rd  Place         Ridgeland

Single Service Awards Platinum
1st  Place          duPont Manual

Single Service Awards Silver
1st  Place          L&N STEM Academy
2nd Place          Volunteer

Single Service Awards Bronze
1st  Place          Boyd County
2nd Place          Sullivan North

Major Emphasis Program (MEP) Award
1st  Place          duPont Manual

Most Outstanding Club in each Division
Division 1        LaVergne
Division 5A      Maryville
Division 7        Volunteer
Division 8        Boyd County
Division 10      Henry Clay
Division 12      duPont Manual
Division 15      Clarksville HS

Digital Poster Awards
1st  Place          Volunteer
2nd Place          Franklin County

Non-Digital Poster Awards
1st  Place          Volunteer
2nd Place          Sullivan North
3rd Place          Elizabethton

Scrapbook Awards
1st  Place          Franklin County
2nd Place          duPont Manual

Kiwanis Family Award
Franklin County

Ronald McDonald House Awards
-Club Fundraising
1st  Place                      Bearden
2nd Place                      Elizabethton

-Club Service Award
1st  Place                 duPont Manual
2nd Place                      Bearden

-Individual Service
Warren Van Nort        duPont Manual

-Pop Tabs
1st  Place                      Maryville
2nd Place                      Sullivan North
3rd Place                      Fulton

Best All Around Key Clubber of the District
Daley Culberson          Ridgeland

Most Outstanding Key Clubber of the District
Emily Ross                   Boyd County  

Most Outstanding Key Clubber of the Division
Division 5A      Helen Kiser                  Maryville
Division 5B      Harlee Taylor              Cosby
    Division 6        Elizabeth Melton        J. Frank White Academy
Division 7        Cara Murray                Daniel Boone
Division 8        Emily Ross                   Boyd County
Division 9        Olivia Young                Madison Central
Division 12      Vy Pham                      duPont Manual
Division 14      Beatriz Antunes          South Warren
Division 15      Rianne Brown             Rossview

Andy Hutson Scholarship Award (Presented by the Northside Knoxville Kiwanis Club)
Anna Hutchinson        Bearden

Ira R. Gladson Scholarship of Excellence (Presented by the K-T District Kiwanis Foundation)
Nathan Nelson            Farragut

Kentucky-Tennessee Kiwanis District Foundation Scholarships
Madeline Maben        L&N STEM Academy
Jordan Richardson      David Crockett

Rondal D. Hart Outstanding Key Club President Award
Jayde Snyder               Franklin County

Outstanding Key Club Secretary Award
Avery Huang               duPont Manual

Impromptu Essay Contest
1st  Place          Henry Chen                 Maryville
2nd Place          Vivian Ma                    Rossview
3rd  Place         Annabelle Nelms         Daniel Boone

Talent Contest
1st  Place          Vivian Ma                    Rossview
2nd Place          Volunteer HS Key Club Dance Crew
3rd  Place         Madeline Maben        L&N STEM Academy

Outstanding Faculty Advisor
Shelli Wilburn             Boyd County

Outstanding Faculty Advisor
William Henry             Maryville

Dues on Time Awards
Bourbon County
Boyd County
Cherokee Comprehensive
Claiborne
Clarksville HS
Clayton-Bradley Academy
Cleveland
Community
Cosby
duPont Manual
Elizabethton
Gallatin
Hixson
Hopkins County Central
Hopkinsville HS
L&N STEM Academy
Louden
Ridgeland
Russell
St. Frances DeSales
Sullivan North
Sullivan South
Unaka
University Heights Academy (Hopkinsville, KY)
University School (Johnson City, TN)

Jim Boodry Leadership Award
Lexi Evans                   Community HS

Keith Ashby Outstanding Lt. Governor Award
Jordan Richardson      David Crockett

Governor’s Service Awards
LeAnn Khong               Frederick Douglass
Jackson Trotter           Clarksville Academy

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