Friday, June 16, 2000

Classes cover hazards for kids

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        SPRINGDALE — Dozens of Tristate kids are learning about safety this summer at Safetytown.

        The annual program — now in its 37th year — teaches kids all about safety, from fire prevention and school bus safety to avoiding stranger danger.

        Members of Springdale's police and fire departments are teaching Safetytown classes under the Lazarus parking garage at Tri-County Mall on Ohio 747, Springdale. The classes are important, they say, because many participants will be starting school for the first time this fall.

        Classes will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Monday to June 23, July 10-14, July 17-21, July 24-28, and July 31-Aug. 4. Evening sessions will be July 10-13 and July 31-Aug. 3.

        There will be about 40 children in each class, and the cost is $10 per child for each four-day program.

        Children can be registered at the Tri-County Mall customer service desk. For more information, call 671-0120.


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