2015 Sixth Grade Safety Day - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2015 Sixth Grade Safety Day

 

Mercer County Farm Bureau co-sponsored the Sixth Grade Safety Day in our county on September 18.  Over 240 students learned about safety at the different stations which included people from the Harrodsburg Police Dept. for drug/alcohol awareness, the Harrodsburg Fire Dept. about fire safety, lawn mowing safety, ATV safety, electrical safety, animal safety, railroad safety and how to prepare for a disaster by the Mercer Co. Medical Reserve Corp.

 

 

 

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