The New England & Bermuda District of Key Clubs consists of 150 clubs and over 7,700 members in high schools from Presque Isle, ME, to Weston, CT; from Canaan, VT, to Hamilton, Bermuda. Together, we serve our schools and communities while coming together to support our four district projects.

Along with the New England & Bermuda Kiwanis Family, we support three District Projects: the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute, Camp Sunshine, and Children of Peace International

We come together each April in Springfield, MA, for the annual New England & Bermuda District Educational Conference: a weekend dedicated to growing as leaders, celebrating our service, and learning about Key Club.  In addition, the District Board hosts Regional Training Conferences around the district in the fall.

The District is led by an elected District Board consisting of a Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Bulletin Editor, several appointed positions, and 26 Lieutenant Governors representing divisions of club.  Our official mascot is NED the Lobster.
About the New England & Bermuda District
District Links
The New England & Bermuda District of Key Club International
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.
Mission Statement
NED the Lobster
The Official Mascot of the New England and Bermuda Districts of Key Club, Circle K, and Kiwanis is NED the Lobster.

NED stands for New England (and Bermuda) District!
New England and Bermuda
Part of Massachusetts until 1820, Maine is the 23rd State.  As the easternmost state, it is the first to see the sunrise every morning.  According to an old state law, you can be fined for having your Christmas decorations up after January 14th.

New Hampshire
Live free or die.  New Hampshire was the first colony to declare independence from England.  In New Hampshire, an old law prohibits tapping your feet, nodding your head, or in any way keeping time to the music in a restaurant.

Vermont is home of beautiful New England countryside, quaint covered bridges, and the famous Ben and Jerry's.  At one point in time, it was illegal in Vermont to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole.

A state of firsts, Massachusetts is home to the first public park, the first public school, the first underground subway system, and the first Dunkin Donuts.  Massachusetts's was the birth place of four US Presidents and the chocolate chip cookie.  In Massachusetts, it is illegal for a gorilla to be in the back seat of a car.

Rhode Island
The geographically smallest state in the union, Rhode Island was the last colony to become a state.  In Rhode Island, it is illegal to throw pickle juice at a trolley.

Connecticut is the home of Subway sandwiches and PEZ candy.  The sixth state to enter the Union, Connecticut is called the Constitution State because its delegation created a compromise that allowed the Constitution to be written.  In Hartford, CT, it is illegal to cross the street while walking on your hands.

With a Key Club in both of its public high schools, Bermuda is the newest addition to the New England & Bermuda Districts of Kiwanis, Key Club, and Circle K.  Bermuda has the most golf courses per capita in the world.
District Cheer
Yeah, you want it L-O-B-S-T-E-R
yeah, NED's got it L-O-B-S-T-E-R
From Maine to Rhode Island
New Hampshire to Vermont
Mass. to Connecticut
N-E-D's what's hot (like Bermuda!)