Pike County Agencies for Kids
Children's Safety Fair
Play Safe & Have Fun!
Thursday, September 20, 2012
at the Pike County 4-H Building
Click here to view the flyer!
FREE Food, Door Prizes & Give Aways
Door Prizes drawn at 5:15 pm.
Must be present to win!
Grand Prize drawings for 2 Kindle e-book readers, tickets to Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden and tickets to Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville
Deaconess Health Systems:
”Think First” Outdoor Recreational Safety @ 3:45 pm
“Back to Sleep Aids Safety for Babies” @ 4:10 pm
Pike County Sheriff’s Department:
“Car Safety” @ 4:30 pm
4 C’s of Southern Indiana:
“Importance of Play for Infants & Toddlers” @ 4:55 pm
Inflatable Jump Castle
Fire Truck, EMS & Police Car Tours
Lion’s Club Kiddy Train
(Lion’s Club will also be collecting used eyeglasses, hearing aids and old keys.)
Informaiton on Child Health & Safety from organizations serving Pike County.
For more details, call the Extension Office at 354-6838.
What is Pike County Agencies for Kids? Pike County Agencies for Kids (PCAK) is a not-for-profit collaboration of agencies serving Pike County families.
What local organizations are involved? Over 30 agencies work together to coordinate the annual Children's Safety Fair, including the Pike County 4-H Council, Pike County Division of Family & Children Services, Pike County Health Department, Precious Rewards, Debra Corn Agency & many more!
Additionally, the Children's Safety Fair could not happen without the gracious support of our community partners, such as Amber Manor Care Center, Timeless Classics, Children's Museum of Evansville, IPL Petersburg Generating Station and countless others.
How is Purdue Extension - Pike County involved? Purdue Extension - Pike County is just one of many organizations that works with youth and families in Pike County and works in partnership with other area groups to present the annual Children's Safety Day fair.
Have more questions? Contact a PCAK agency.