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17th Annual Child Health and Safety Fair
April 13 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT
Livingston County Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Traffic Safety Education Program invites you to join us at Dansville Elementary School on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 11AM-2PM for our 17th Annual Child Health and Safety Fair. This fun, family event will feature demonstrations from community health and safety organizations, a scavenger hunt with prizes, an exciting door prize give-away and interactive activities for all ages.
Come experience the NYS Police Department’s Rollover Simulator and DWI Simulation Goggles, and explore an Emergency Rescue Fire Truck, ambulance and Utility Rescue Vehicle. Meet a K-9 officer and his human partner and interact with the Livingston County Mounted Patrol. Families can also assemble personalized child safety ID kits with officers from the sheriff’s department at the Operation Safe Child ID kit creation station.
The award ceremony for the 2019 Safety on Wheels Contest will kick-off at 12PM. Contest winners from grades Pre-K thru 6, who were selected from schools throughout Livingston County, will be recognized and awarded their prizes, including new bicycles and helmets.
This event is free and open to the public.
For questions about this or other Traffic Safety Education programs and events, please contact Jaime Johnson, Traffic Safety Education Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-991-5420.
Building Strong & Vibrant New York Communities The mission, vision and values of Cornell Cooperative Extension are entrenched in the principles of diversity, equal opportunity and affirmative action, and provide the foundation through which we operate. This Traffic Safety Education program is made possible through funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee and from the generosity of many community members and organizations, with additional support provided by Safe Kids Worldwide®, the Livingston County Traffic Safety Board and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston County.