Kelsey Borland of Monroe High School’s Key Club has been elected Key Club Lieutenant Governor for PNW Division 21.
Kelsey is currently a Junior and has been a member of the Monroe Key Club since her Freshman year. She has served her home club as Editor and Club President. She is the first Lt. Governor from the Monroe Club to serve in Division 21.
About her election, Kelsey said “I’m extremely grateful to have been put in a position to serve my community to a greater extent and make a difference on an international level.”
Our club is proud of the impact on the community the Key Club has made under Kelsey’s leadership and are excited to support her in her role as Lt. Governor. She is also a member of the MHS band.
The Kiwanis Club of Monroe is excited to now be offering free car seat emergency ID stickers to the families in our community.
These stickers are designed to fit on the back of a child’s car seat and provide potentially life-saving emergency contact and medical information in case the adult caregiver is unable to provide that information to emergency responders.
One of our members was inspired by a similar Kiwanis project during a visit to a Kiwanis Club in Ohio and wanted to bring it to our community. Our stickers are also designed in both English and Spanish to be accessible to more people in our community.
The stickers will be available at all community events that Kiwanis is a part of and at our member’s offices. If you are part of an organization that works with families who use car seats we would love to provide them for you. You can use the Contact Us feature on our website http://www.kiwanismonroewa.org to request the emergency ID stickers for your members.