The Alabama District of Circle K International Proudly Presents

Celebrating 45 Years of Touching Hearts and Changing Lives!

February 21-23, 2003

At Holiday Inn Homewood on Oxmoor Road Off I-65 in Birmingham, Alabama

Registration $65, Must be RECEIVED by February 10, 2003, or a $15 late fee will be imposed..

SEPARATE  Hotel Reservation Deadline is February 10.  Call (205) 942-2041 and ask for the Circle K Block to make hotel plans.

Convention T-Shirts must be pre-ordered with the registration form and are $10 extra ($12 for XXL and above)

Make Registration Check payable to Alabama District of Circle K

Mail check and registration form (click here to download the form) to: 

Steven Yates, 1043 Taylorwood Circle, Tuscaloosa, AL  35405-3963



Time Event Dress Code
5:00-7:00 PM Registration N/A
7:30-8:30 PM Opening Session Club T-shirts/Jeans
8:45-10:45 PM Themed Caucus Pajamas


Time Event Dress Code
8:30-11:00 AM Service Project More info coming soon!
11:00-2:00 Lunch N/A
2:00-2:45 PM Workshop 1 Business Attire
3:00-4:30 PM Talent Showcase Casual
4:45-5:30 PM Workshop 2 Business Attire
5:45-7:00 PM Divisional Caucus TBA by Lt. Governor
7:30-9:30 PM Awards Dinner Formal/Semi-Formal
10:30-Midnight Social (Karaoke Dance II?) Semi-Formal or Casual


Time Event Dress Code
7:00-7:30 AM Delegate Certification Business Attire
7:30-9:30 AM House of Delegates Business Attire
10:00-11:45 AM Closing Session/Brunch Business Attire
Noon-Until New/Old Board Meeting Business Attire


Circle K Club T-Shirt for Opening Session if your club has one, otherwise casual.  Wearing any CKI T-Shirt you have would be great!

People probably will wear their Semi-Formal Dinner clothes to the Dance, but if you wish, you may change back into Casual wear before-hand.


Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, 5 Lieutenant Governors (one in each division) and endorsement for International Offices (President, Secretary, Trustee)

If you wish to run for an office, you must read through and sign a Service Agreement.  Click here to be taken to the page where you may download your office's form.

Candidates have the option to "drop down" to run for another office during the House of Delegates should they fail to win the office they were originally seeking.

It is advantageous, but not required, to be endorsed by your club when running for an office.  This is done usually during club elections.  


Each club in good standing in attendance is encouraged to have 2 members serve in the House of Delegates.

There are many awards clubs and individuals can compete for at the convention, ranging from service awards to oratorical and impromptu essay contests.  There is also a Talent Show Saturday Afternoon.   The entry forms for club awards should have arrived at all clubs by now, and those for talent, impromptu essay, and oratorical contests will be made available during District Convention..

A medical and a code of conduct form are required at registration, and will be strictly enforced.  These are available online right now under conventions.

If you need anything other than a CD boombox for your talent show act, you'll have to provide it yourself.

E-Mail Steven Yates at if you have any questions about District Convention 2003.

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