Key Club Governor's Project
The New England & Bermuda District of Key Club International
Governor Lily's Governor's Project
Helmet Sticker Contest (September-November 2016)

The New England and Bermuda District of Key Club is dedicated to ensuring that children throughout the District practice safe habits when riding a bicycle or skateboard. This year the District Governor has teamed up with the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute to create a helmet sticker contest. Key Clubs and their members are invited to submit designs for the contest. The contest will be judged by the KPTI Project Specialist, the Key Club Governor, and the Circle K Governor. All design entries will be shown off on KPTI Day. The winning designs will be printed and distributed at many KPTI events including Bike Rodeos.

Contest Guidelines
  • The sticker can be any shape, but should have maximum dimensions of 3-4 inches, in any orientation. 
  • Designs are encouraged to include the name/logo of Kiwanis or Key Club 
  • Designs should be fun, creative, and unique! 
  • Each Key Club can submit a maximum of 3 designs. 
  • There will be 3-5 design winners. 
  • Designs can be drawn, painted, or created on computer software programs

Please send sticker designs to KPTI Project Specialist Anne Keliher by
November 28.

Email:
AKeliher@tuftsmedicalcenter.org

Address:
Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center
800 Washington Street, #344
Boston, MA 02111

District Conference Service Project 2016 
The New England and Bermuda District is bringing service to its convention! This year, as part of the Governor’s Project, Key Clubbers at DECON can participate in the assembly of Early Childhood Injury Prevention bags. These packets will include the following:
  • Car seat identification sticker
  • Child Passenger Safety booklet
  • "All Babies Cry" Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention
  • "Children In and Around Cars"
  • Burn prevention brochure
  • Home safety checklist booklet
  • "Helping Baby Back to Sleep" SIDS prevention
  • "Keeping the Promise of Safety" Window safety
  • Electric outlet covers
  • Temperature sensitive bath duck

Once these bags have been created Key Clubs can distribute them to doctor’s offices, hospital maternity wards, family shelters, child care centers, social service agencies, or anywhere else that they see fit. Key Clubs at the Conference will have the option of either bringing these bags back to their own towns or donating them to the various programs in Springfield. 

All that you have to do to participate is attend DECON 2016! No prior preparation is needed.