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October 4, 2012

Kids doing the right thing

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Kim D. Garcia
Safety and Occupational Health Specialist Garrison Safety Office NTC and Fort Irwin

Children “Caught” being safe rewarded with backpack full of goodies, including $30 Exchange gift card, and entered in a grand prize drawing later this year


Tommy Hall was “Caught” Being Safe by Garrison Safety the morning of Sept. 12. Tommy was traveling to school on his bike when Garrison Safety observed him stopping at an intersection to look both ways before crossing. Tommy dismounted from his bike and proceeded across the intersection. Tommy was also wearing an approved bicycle helmet. Great job Tommy! Garrison Safety is proud of you!

McKenna Baer was “Caught” being safe by Garrison Safety the morning of Sept. 27. McKenna was traveling to school on her bike when Garrison Safety observed her stopping at an intersection to look both ways before crossing. McKenna dismounted from her bike and proceeded across the intersection. McKenna was also wearing an approved bicycle helmet. Great job McKenna! Garrison Safety is proud of you!

Five Year old Melodie Rodriguez and 6-year-old Briseis Rodriguez was “Caught” being safe by Garrison Safety the morning of Sept. 27. The duo was traveling with mom when Garrison Safety observed them. Both girls were wearing approved bicycle helmets. Great job Melodie and Briseis! Garrison Safety is proud of you!




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