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Kids Safety Festival A Success

The Annual Safe Kids Festival on Saturday drew a large crowd of families to Fire Station #2 in Grass Valley Saturday. The event, sponsored by the Beam Easy Living Center, took place in the new location because it had outgrown its original location in the Beam parking lot. A highlight of the event is the children’s identification packet provided by the KlaasKids Foundation.
Click here to listen to Marc Klaas

Marc Klaas says to maintain confidentiality and prevent identity theft the information is for families only and is not stored or shared with any other agency.
Click here to listen to Marc Klaas

Other activities included a bicycle safety course set up by the Grass Valley Police Department. Sgt. Jason Perry says it’s a fun way to learn bicycle safety.
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Children that successfully completed the course were entered in a drawing to win a bicycle. The department also had several of its new police cars and motorcycles on display.
Another popular attraction was a new medical helicopter. Pilot Doug Stephan was showing off the new equipment. Stephan says there are automatic triggers that lead to the helicopter being called to a scene.
Click here to listen to Pilot Doug Stephan

Bill Roach, Board Member of the Nevada County Law Enforcement Fire Protection Council, says the Council donates 2000 per year towards the Kids Safe event as well as a number of other general safety efforts.
Click here to listen to Bill Roach

The popular event takes place each year and is a collaboration of law enforcement and non-profit agencies focused on keeping children safe in Nevada County.

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