Each Key Club may only enter one of the Year in Review Scrapbook Contests. A Traditional Scrapbook is a scrapbook created by Key Club members that is no larger than 14 in. x 14 in. recounting the activities of the Key Club during the previous year.
Each scrapbook must be divided into these categories:
Service to school
Service to community
Kiwanis family interaction
Major Emphasis involvement
Pages must be numbered, and a table of contents along with the contest entry form should be at the beginning of the scrapbook.
Each traditional scrapbook must be made of pages no larger than 14 x 14 inches (35.5 x 35.5 cm).
The sum of the scrapbook’s cost may not exceed US$300.
The contest entry form must contain the following: Key Club name, city, state/province, district and an itemized budget for the scrapbook. This statement must be signed by the Key Club president and faculty advisor, stating that the entry’s retail cost value (including photographic materials) does not exceed $300.
Presentation: 70 points total
30 Points - Uniqueness/creativity of project presentation
20 Points - Artistic value and visual appearance
20 Points - Newspaper clippings and photographs
General content: 60 points total
10 Points - Service to school
10 Points - Service to community
10 Points - Fundraising projects
10 Points - Kiwanis family interaction
10 Points - Major Emphasis involvement
10 Points - Miscellaneous
Judges will deduct five points if the table of contents is missing.
The decisions of the judges are final. No changes, alterations or regrading will take place after the results have been certified by the judges of this contest.
Please note: failure to follow the contest rules will result in disqualification. Before entering your Traditional Scrapbook please double check that it includes:
Dividers with the sections listed above.
Table of Contents.
Is no larger than 14 in. x 14 in.
Costs no more than $300 (including the value of donated supplies)
Includes the entry form attached inside the front cover.
Each Key Club may enter EITHER the Traditional Scrapbook Contest OR the Digital Scrapbook Contest, not both.
Friday, April 5, 2024