Photos from Safety Town


Bucklebear showing children how important it is to wear their safety belt. The children learned a ryhme “I like my seat belt nice and snug, across my hips like a big bear huge, I make it click so the driver will know, I’m buckled up ready to go.”


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Volunteer Buddy Walters shares stories with the children while they wait for a police officer to teach them about the traffic light.


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Children take part in a game that teaches them the rules of a traffic light with Galion Police Officer Lt. L. Sterling.


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Walters observes the kids checking out a real set of police handcuffs.


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Saterfield shows children the importance of staying on a sidewalk and to stopping at a stop sign to watch for vehicles before crossing over the street.


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

A little girl looks left to right for cars at safety town Monday.


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

"It's a good thing to say hi and bye to a police officer." Saterfield told the group. "When a stranger approaches you need to yell, "help" and go find a police officer. If you are at school, find your teacher."


Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Bucklebear showing children how important it is to wear their safety belt. The children learned a ryhme “I like my seat belt nice and snug, across my hips like a big bear huge, I make it click so the driver will know, I’m buckled up ready to go.”

Bucklebear showing children how important it is to wear their safety belt. The children learned a ryhme “I like my seat belt nice and snug, across my hips like a big bear huge, I make it click so the driver will know, I’m buckled up ready to go.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-24-.jpgBucklebear showing children how important it is to wear their safety belt. The children learned a ryhme “I like my seat belt nice and snug, across my hips like a big bear huge, I make it click so the driver will know, I’m buckled up ready to go.” Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Volunteer Buddy Walters shares stories with the children while they wait for a police officer to teach them about the traffic light.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-20-.jpgVolunteer Buddy Walters shares stories with the children while they wait for a police officer to teach them about the traffic light.Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Children take part in a game that teaches them the rules of a traffic light with Galion Police Officer Lt. L. Sterling.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-22-.jpgChildren take part in a game that teaches them the rules of a traffic light with Galion Police Officer Lt. L. Sterling. Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Walters observes the kids checking out a real set of police handcuffs.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-2-.jpgWalters observes the kids checking out a real set of police handcuffs. Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

Saterfield shows children the importance of staying on a sidewalk and to stopping at a stop sign to watch for vehicles before crossing over the street.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-6-.jpgSaterfield shows children the importance of staying on a sidewalk and to stopping at a stop sign to watch for vehicles before crossing over the street.Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

A little girl looks left to right for cars at safety town Monday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-10-.jpgA little girl looks left to right for cars at safety town Monday.Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer

"It’s a good thing to say hi and bye to a police officer." Saterfield told the group. "When a stranger approaches you need to yell, "help" and go find a police officer. If you are at school, find your teacher."
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2015/08/web1_Safety-Town-1-.jpg"It’s a good thing to say hi and bye to a police officer." Saterfield told the group. "When a stranger approaches you need to yell, "help" and go find a police officer. If you are at school, find your teacher." Deborah Elaine Evans | Galion Inquirer