2020 Service & Leadership Conference
Join hundreds of other Key Club members from around the Georgia District for a weekend of service, leadership experiences and to celebrate another year of Key Club accomplishments!
2020 Georgia Key Club Service & Leadership Conference
February 21-23, 2020 – Peachtree City, Ga.
The deadline to register is January 24, 2020.
Please contact Brad Malone with any questions.
Required Forms –
2020 Medical Release Form – Coming Soon
ALL Key Club Members must bring three copies of the completed release form to convention in order to register. (Two copies must be given to Key Club staff at registration – the third copy should stay with the chaperone).
2020 Key Club Delegate Certification – Coming Soon
Each CLUB must bring one completed copy of the certification form to convention for delegate registration.
Conference App – Coming Soon
Stay connected throughout the weekend with the Conference App- available for iOS and Android devices. The app contains up-to-date information, the complete schedule and a way to connect with other Key Clubbers attending the convention. Simply search for “Kiwanis Family Events” to download the app and then navigate to 2020 Georgia Key Club SLC once inside the app. There are other events for Key Club and Circle K – so make sure you select the correct one.
Are you ready to take your Key Club experience to the next level? Run for a position on the 2020-2021 District Board! More information on elections can be found at gakeyclub.org/elections.
Convention requirements for candidates:
Peachtree City Hotel and Conference Center
2443 Hwy 54 West
Peachtree City, Ga 30269
Free parking at the hotel is provided to all attendees. All Key Club members must stay at the official convention hotel in accordance with Key Club International policy.
$260- Key Club member rate (4 to a room)
$395 – Advisor/Chaperone/Adult rate (single room)
$140 – Advisor/Chaperone/Adult rate (no hotel included – those sharing a room with another adult should use this option)
All non-Key Club members registering for the convention must be at least 21 years of age and have cleared a criminal history background check in the past two years.
Included with Cost
Conference registration, admission to all sessions and workshops
Two-nights hotel accommodations*
All meals Friday night through Sunday breakfast
Convention T-shirt and other give-a-ways
*Hotel room included for Key Club member rate and single-room adult rate. Kiwanians and other adults may register for $140 and share a room with another adult paying the $395 rate.
Service Fair / Exhibitors
Non-profit organizations that have missions or visions that align with Key Club International are invited to be a part of the Service Fair during the 2020 Service & Leadership Conference. For more information or to request a service fair table, email district administrator Brad Malone.
Rooming / Shared Rooms
To help minimize costs, all Key Club members attending the convention will be roomed with up to 3 additional students in a room. If a club would like to have a private room for their members, they should either register four members of the same gender *or* contact District Administrator Brad Malone immediately after registering. An additional fee of $125 will apply per student less than four. For example, if two students want to have a room together with no additional roommates, the additional cost will be $250.
No cancellations will be accepted after January 24, 2020. Substitutions of the same gender will be accepted through February 7, 2020. The club/school is ultimately responsible for payment, even if a member registers on their own. An invoice will be sent to the club/school for any registrations that are not cancelled by the deadline, even if those registered do not attend the conference.
What to Pack
The convention dress code is strictly enforced for all official convention events. It is recommended that each attendee pack the following number of outfits:
Business Professional/Formal: 1
Business Casual: 2
Key Club Casual (club t-shirt and jeans): 2
All meals are provided from Friday dinner through Sunday brunch with the exception of lunch on Saturday. Attendees may want to bring snacks in case they get hungry between meals.
All participants are expected to abide by the designated dress code for each session.
“Professional” refers to dress shirt, slacks, necktie, sport or suit coat and appropriate shoes for males, and dress or suit, skirt or slacks, blouse and appropriate shoes for females.
“Business casual” refers to slacks, collared shirt and appropriate shoes for males, and slacks, skirt or skort, blouse or collared shirt and appropriate shoes for females.
“Casual” refers to shorts or jeans, collared shirts, sweatshirts or appropriate T-shirts and casual footwear for males, and shorts, skirt, skort or jeans, collared shirt, sweatshirt or appropriate T-shirt and casual footwear for females.
At no time will any clothing with inappropriate language or graphics be allowed. Any shirts, shorts or skirts deemed to be of inappropriate length will not be allowed.
March 5-7, 2021 – Atlanta, Ga.
February 25-27, 2022 – Peachtree City, Ga.
Agenda at a Glance
Friday, February 21, 2020
All Friday sessions are casual dress. Attendees are encouraged to wear their conference t-shirts received at registration for workshops and the opening session.
4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Workshops – Round 1
Workshops – Round 2
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes “Just Dance-A-Thon”
Celebration Breakfast – Casual Dress
Contest Judges Meeting
Divisional Caucusing – Business Casual Dress
Nominating Conference – Business Casual Dress
Workshops – Round 3 – Business Casual Dress
Contest Tryouts & Awards Judging
Governor’s Reception (Invite Only)
Talent & Awards Gala – Formal / Business Professional Dress (Suits for men and dresses / pant suits for women)
House of Delegates – Business Professional Dress
Governor’s Ball – Casual Dress
Sunday, February 23, 2020
Farewell Brunch – Business Casual Dress
2020-21 District Board Informational Meeting
District Administrator’s Lunch (Invite Only)