District Education and Leadership Conference



Conference Dates: April 24-27, 2014
Early Bird Registration Deadline ($50 Discount): February 28, 2014
Regular Registration Deadline: March 11, 2014




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What is District Conference?

The District Education and Leadership Conference allows Key Clubbers from Florida and the Cayman Islands, nearly 2,000 servant leaders, to come together for an experience like no other.

Clubs in attendance decide who will be the district’s next leaders. Keynote speakers tell their inspiring stories of challenge or adversity. Workshop sessions allow members to peak their interests on a variety of topics and sharpen their leadership knowledge. Some Key Clubbers will even show ultimate courage, sharing their personal passions and talents on stage!

No matter what part of conference excites you the most, there is one thing that we promise: here at DCON, youwill discover a whole new meaning of your Key Club family.

Why should you attend?

Top 9 reasons include:



DCON registration is here! All information on how to register can be found in the registration packet above. It will also provide information on all of the exciting things to come at District Conference, and how you can prepare for them.

For now, fundraise! All that it takes to bring the passion of DCON to your club is for at least one member to attend. Some ideas on how to raise some conference funds can be found below.


District Conference: DCON Chair Devon Mims at dconchair@floridakeyclub.com
Hotel rates, reservations, finances: Conferences Administrator Dennis Freckleton at aadcon@floridakeyclub.com
Awards, Contests, and Scholarships: ACS Chair Kathryn McAllister at awards@floridakeyclub.com

DCON Documents

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