Where to Be, What to Do, and What to Wear

At the 63rd Annual Alabama District Circle K Convention, join with Circle Kers across from Alabama virtually from March 6 – 7, 2021.

More than just a celebration, District Convention is the premier event of the Circle K Year with outstanding speakers, development sessions, countless ideas to expand your service, a district dance, plus tons of awards to recognize your CKI Club and your own outstanding dedication & talent. From New Members ready to jump in & lead, to newly elected officers preparing for a year of service & leadership, through seasoned leaders celebrating a college experience filled with service, District Convention has something for everybody.


Where to Be

District Convention is just a click away this year and can be experienced from the comfort of your own home!  Zoom links will be sent out to all those who register prior to kickoff.

What to Do

District Convention is a weekend packed with activities that will keep everyone on their feet. From mingling with other convention attendees to helping decide who will lead the district next year, there are plenty of events to look forward to.


10:00  – 11:00 AM Opening Session

11:15 AM – 12:00 PM Workshops Round 1

12:00 – 1:00 PM Lunch Break

1:00 – 1:45 PM Keynote Speaker

1:50 – 2:30 PM Workshops Round 2

2:30 – 2:45 PM Break

2:45 – 4:15 PM Caucuses

4:30 – 6:00 PM Celebration Banquet

6:00 – 7:00 PM Division Dinners

7:00 – 8:00 PM House of Delegates

8:00 PM – until Optional Fellowship 


9:00 – 9:30 AM Intro to Martial Arts

10:00 – 11:30 AM Farewell Session


*All times are in CT, and the schedule may be subject to change.


Dave Kelly is a professional speaker, trainer, motivator and team builder who teaches students and professionals how to develop their leadership skills, run their organizations more effectively, and grow as servant leaders.

Dave is a native of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. While in high school, Dave joined Key Club, and served as Lt. Governor. Upon entering college, he immediately joined the Circle K Club at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. While there, Dave served as Lt. Governor and Governor of the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District, then went on to serve as International Vice President and International President. 

A Kiwanian since 1988, Dave is a past Club Secretary, Club President and Lt. Governor. He also served 9 years as District Administrator of the Georgia District of Circle K International, and the Georgia Circle K Hall of Fame is named in his honor.

Dave also has a direct connection to the Alabama District, in that his oldest daughter was a member of CKI at the University of Alabama. 


Club Casual

What this includes: Wear your club t-shirt or any other Circle K apparel with casual pants, such as nice jeans or modest shorts.

What this does not include: Please refrain from wearing pajamas, jeans with holes, leggings, and other overly casual items.

When to wear this: Friday night for the Opening Session and Meet and Greet Reception

Service Attire

What this includes: Comfortable clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty with closed toe shoes.

What this does not include: Please refrain from wearing clothes that you do not want to get dirty, clothes that are confining, and open toe shoes.

When to wear this: Saturday morning for the service project

Business casual

What this includes: Slacks, collared shirt and appropriate shoes for males and slacks, skirt/skort, blouse/collared shirt and appropriate shoes for females. 

What this does not include: Please refrain from wearing jeans, shorts, t-shirts, and flip flops.

When to wear this: Saturday afternoon for lunch, division caucuses, sessions, and workshops. Sunday morning for the Farewell Brunch.


Business Professional

What this includes: 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. 

What this does not include: Please refrain from wearing jeans, shorts, flip flops, and t-shirts.

When to wear this: Saturday night for the Celebration Dinner and House of Delegates. Candidates should wear Business Professional throughout the day on Saturday (excluding the service project).

Tie and jacket are strongly encourage for all males.