Kids from the Lake Stevens community listen to a worker from
Puget Sound Energy explain how energy gets to their homes.
The Lake Stevens Fire District picked a great day for their annual Health & Safety Fair. The long awaited sunshine brought out Lake Stevens’ families to this fun and informational event which included over 20 local vendors.
Lake Stevens Family Center, Lake Stevens Lions Club, Team Fitness and other local favorites were on hand with plenty of great ideas to keep families safe and healthy.
The Lake Stevens Police helped kids know what size their life jacket should be and Lake Stevens Fire taught them how to fit a bike helmet.
The Lions Club had their health screening van which offered vision and hearing screenings, they also brought along their hot dog trailer so folks didn’t go hungry while educating themselves on ways to insure their family’s safety.
Puget Sound Energy always has one of the more exciting displays. Showing how electricity works. The kids loved looking at the small village and hearing how the power gets to their home.
This year the Health & Safety Fair included information on keeping pets safe and healthy too.
A sound mind, healthy body, a safe home environment and insuring your family is secure for the future is what the Health & Safety Fair is all about.
Getting to walk inside an ambulance and having Watermelon Wilma create a balloon animal right before your eyes are just the unexpected surprises that were found at this year’s Health & Safety Fair.