Whether on land or in the water, 150 third and fourth graders learned how to be safe at the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office annual Safety Camp June 17-18.
Registrations are being taken for the annual children’s safety camp put on by the Coon Rapids Fire and Police departments.
Area seniors had a chance to learn to “Be Wise! Be Safe!” at the 2012 senior safety camp, presented by Coon Rapids Senior Services.
From learning respect to remembering to wear a seat belt, incoming fourth- and fifth-graders in Coon Rapids had the opportunity to learn safety on the inside and out at Coon Rapids Safety Camp at Sand Creek Park July 24 and 25.
At Blaine Safety Camp, safety is more than just knowing how to cross the street – it’s knowing what information shouldn’t be shared on the Internet, how to avoid electrical shock and much more.
For two days, 130 kids had fun at Ramsey Safety Camp. But the fun had a lesson: how to be safe.