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Events scheduled for SAFE KIDS week

The Fargo-Moorhead Area SAFE KIDS Coalition will offer two events in conjunction with National SAFE KIDS week. The Safety Path will be offered from 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in West Acres. The path provides a fun and interactive way for kids ages 4 thr...

The Fargo-Moorhead Area SAFE KIDS Coalition will offer two events in conjunction with National SAFE KIDS week.

The Safety Path will be offered from 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in West Acres. The path provides a fun and interactive way for kids ages 4 through 14 and their parents to learn more about safety habits.

The path will focus on bike and wheeled sports, poison, farm, electrical, car seat, sports, gun and water safety, along with first aid and emergency information.

All kids who complete the path will receive a T-shirt.

There will be several events from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Selland Motors, Moorhead, including a car seat safety check; a smoke house, in which staff from the Moorhead Fire Department will be on hand to educate kids about fire safety issues; tours of an ambulance; tours of a Moorhead Police patrol car; and a bike helmet sale.

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To make an appointment for the car seat safety check, call (701) 234-2277.

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