Time: August 8, 2009 from 9am to 12pm
Location: South Metro Fire Rescue Authority, Multi-use Joint Service Facility
City/Town: Parker, Co
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Event Type: family, event
Organized By: Alice Brown
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2009
DO YOUR CHILDRENS' HELMETS AND BIKES NEED A TUNE UP?
Bring your kids, their bikes and helmets for a safety makeover by South Metro Fire Rescue Safety Education. All children 14 and under will receive a safety passport for stations where South Metro Safety Foundation staff will explain helmet safety and fit, perform bike inspections, and teach riding safety. The riders can then ride the adjacent bike path with an adult to two turnarounds staffed by members of the Fire Department
WHEN: Saturday, August 8, 2009 9:00 am to Noon
WHERE: South Metro Fire Rescue Authority
Multi-Use Joint Service Facility
17801 E. Plaza Drive
Parker, Colorado 80134
HELMETS REQUIRED FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS.
FREE HELMETS TO THE FIRST 300 CHILDREN IN NEED.
GOODIE BAGS FOR EACH CHILD!
Registration: $5 per child, FREE for all Craig Hospital patients and their families. Donations welcome at the registration desk. This is a TRec recreational outing for Craig Hospital TRec patients and their families. Help raise helmet safety awareness for youths 14 years of age or younger, raise funds for the Raisin Hope Therapy Scholarship Fund AND provide individual/portable blood pressure machines for every bed in Craig Hospital.
Vendor set up: 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
For more information, please contact Alice Brown at 303.956.6527 or email at email@example.com