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Local groups partner to present free Children’s Safety Expo


State Representative Darlene Senger (R-Naperville) has announced the  free 2012 Children’s Safety Expo will be held from 9:30AM to 12:30PM on Sat., Aug.  25, at the Frontier Sports Complex, 3380 Cedar Glade Dr.

“There will be representatives on site to share information on fire safety, home safety, dog bite prevention, nutrition and much more, all in an effort to teach children the essential skills so that they can live safer, healthier lives”  said host Senger in a press release. “At the fair, kids will take a hands on approach to learning valuable safety information as they begin a new school year.”

The Expo will feature free child ID cards processed on site and kids will get the chance to participate in an interactive “Touch a Truck” exhibit highlighted by the appearances of a real medical helicopter from 9:30 to 11:30AM, and more than 25 other trucks including a firetruck, police SUV, and ambulance.

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The 2012 Children’s Safety Expo participants include the American Red Cross, Commonwealth Edison, C.E.R.T., DuPage Children’s Museum, DuPage County Highway Department, DuPage County Sheriff, E & R Towing, Edward Hospital, Farmers Insurance, Illinois Secretary of State Police, Illinois State Police, Juice Plus, Lifestar Chicago, Naperville Emergency Management Agency, Naperville Fire Department, Naperville Park District, Naperville Park District Police, Naperville Police Department, Naperville Public Library, Naperville Public Works, Naperville Television 17, Naperville Township Highway Department, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Office of the Illinois Comptroller, Office of the Illinois Secretary of State, Office of the Illinois Treasurer, PACE, Superior Ambulance, City of Naperville, and Waddell & Reed.

For more information, visit www.senger.ilhousegop.org or call (630) 219-3090.

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