Salutes & Awards

April 26, 2012

Kids Caught Being Safe: Darien, Ana & Colton

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Ana Liyah Sanchez was "Caught" being safe while bicycle riding! Kid's all over Fort Irwin took advantage of their day off and the warm temperatures on Monday to play outside. Garrison Safety also took advantage of the opportunity to find kid's caught being safe. Ana Liyah was wearing an approved helmet and checked for traffic before crossing the street to her best friend's house. She was thrilled to get "caught!" Great Job Ana Liyah! Garrison Safety is proud of you!

14 year old Darien Elix was “Caught” being safe while skateboarding! Garrison Safety also took advantage of the opportunity to find kids caught being safe. Darien was wearing an approved helmet and was thrilled to get “caught!” Great Job Darien! Garrison Safety applauds your safe actions!

Colton took advantage of great weather and a day off from school to skateboard with friends. Colton was “Caught” being safe when Garrison Safety spotted him skateboarding with an approved helmet. Congratulations Colton! Great job skating safely!




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