One of our new service projects this year is to provide Child Emergency ID Stickers to families in our community. The idea behind this service project is that if a child is in a car accident the adult in the car with them may be unable to provide vital emergency contact or health information about the child to emergency responders. This sticker, designed to fit on the back of a car seat, will be able to provide that information to responders.
The stickers are available at our meetings (1st and 3rd Thursdays at noon at Alfy’s) and at the following upcoming events.
- Kiwanis booth at National Night Out – Tuesday, August 6th at Lake Tye
- Kiwanis booth at the Monroe Farmer’s Market – Wednesday, August 21st at the Galaxy Theater
- Kiwanis booth at the Monroe Fair Parade – Saturday, August 24th
If your local business is interested in hosting a Child Emergency ID Sticker pick-up location please use the Contact Us form to make arrangements.