Saturday, October 12

8:00AM - 4:00PM

Tahoe Park

Sacramento, CA

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Saturday, October 19

8:00AM - 4:00PM

Stanton Park

Stanton, CA

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Crazy Kompetition for Infants

Crazy Kompetition for Infants (CKI) is an annual event that raises money for Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP) through a series of fun, competitive mini-games and relays. As the first District event of the academic year, Crazy Komp allows new members their first chance to meet so many different people while giving returning members an opportunity to reconnect with old friends.

Form teams within your home club or division and compete against other teams to be the last one standing! Crazy Komp will let you tap into your inner child and release your competitive spirit! Ask your club president about registering to find out if you have what it takes to come out on top!

Pediatric Trauma Program

The Pediatric Trauma Program is a charity established by the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation in 1994 which focuses on the need for education and training in pediatric trauma and injury prevention. The purpose of the program is to develop local service projects to educate people of children’s safety to decrease the number of children who are severely injured or killed due to traumatic unintentional injuries. Funds raised are used to purchase safety equipment, provide proper training to medical staff, and support projects created by our six partner hospitals.

Show your support for PTP by participating in PTP Week 2019!

For more information about PTP, please contact DFI Ambassador Kevin Lee at, or visit their website.


Early Registration


  • Teams (of 6 people): $48/team
  • Alternates/Individual Sign-Ups: $8/person
  • Judges and Spectators: $5/person
  • MUST BE RECEIVED BY October 4 for North and October 11 for South

Onsite Registration


  • Teams (of 6 people): $72/team
  • Alternates/Individual Sign-Ups: $12/person
  • Judges and Spectators: $5/person


No. All attendees must either be (1) dues-paid members of Kiwanis or Circle K; (2) prospective Circle K-ers who are currently enrolled at an institution where a chartered or chartering club is located; or (3) given explicit permission from District Administrator Mondo Velazquez to attend.
ALL interested members MUST sign a waiver. This includes participants, judges, spectators, and on-site medics. Early Registration participants should mail in waivers along with the Early Registration document and check though you are allowed to submit waivers on-site as well.
There is a maximum of six members per team with the option of one alternate player. There is no specific gender ratio.
Your club may register as many teams as they wish! Simply copy and paste more tables in the Registration Word Doc to register more teams.
We recommend reaching out to your home club and division (eg. by posting on FB pages or asking around during general meetings or DCMs) if you are struggling to find a complete team. However, incomplete teams are still welcome -- we will combine incomplete teams on-site!
Yes! This also applies to incomplete teams that do not have six members. Simply list the members that lack a team (or incomplete teams) in one of the team registrations and submit their waivers and registration fees. The Finance and Fundraising Committee will then combine all incomplete teams and individual players onsite to maximize the number of people participating.
Yes! Lunch is provided with registration; we will also offer vegan and vegetarian options for those who are interested. Snacks and water will be provided during the day to keep your energy levels high!
Yes! Teams do not need to be comprised of all members from just one school. Bond with your fellow Circle K-ers! Just make sure to have each member submit registration through their respective school and to indicate on the registration form that they are on a team comprised of members from different schools.
We have three options for those who wish to attend but not participate: (1) sign up to be a judge! Judges earn service hours for their time in helping the games run smoothly or (2) be a spectator. Cheer on your teams for moral support and show CNH Circle K the passion you have for this event!
We understand that quarter schools only have a few weeks to advertise Crazy Komp to their members, so we will allow for team switches to happen on-site. However, we request that a club representative (eg. Club President or Treasurer) provide a list of all finalized teams and members in attendance on-site.
In previous years, clubs reserve spots for members by listing "Member 1/2/etc." on the registration form and paying early registration prices for those spots. As members express interest in Crazy Komp and sign up, they are able to take one of those reserved spots and pay the early registration price. Then, on-site at the event, a club representative (eg. Club President or Treasurer) can check in with Early Registration and present a list of finalized teams and member names. If you find that you cannot fill all the spots you reserved with your club members, you can advertise to your division to fill them in!
For both CKI North & South, there is free parking around the park! Be sure to get there early if you want a closer spot.



Registration Begins
Judges Meeting
Opening Session
Round 1 Activities
Round 2 Activities
Round 3 Activities
Round 4 Activities
Round 5 Activities
Round 6 Activities
Lunch & DCM's
Closing Session
Clean Up


To be announced!


District Treasurer

Kevin Ru