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Kids Safety Day Encourages Prevention

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Families learned more about how to keep their kids safe today at Rimrock Mall.

Meier Chiropractic sponsored the Kids Safety Day to promote awareness in the community for the seventh year. Many organizations in the community related to health and safety were available to answer any questions. Organizers say the event gets bigger every year.

"Just an awareness of preventative health for children and an awareness of the health and safety," said Dr. Kim Meier from Meier Chiropractic. "There's so many different things with the leaving children in the car. I mean even though people talk about it still happens, so just making people think about it."

There were also organizations there to teach kids the importance of helmet safety and what to do in case of an emergency.

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