Lake Stevens Fire and Lake Stevens Police are excited to bring the annual Health & Safety Fair to the Lake Stevens community on Saturday, June 9 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Albertson’s parking lot in Lake Stevens. Thanks to the partnership between these two safety agencies this event continues to grow each year and offer additional information to our community.
The goal of this event is to educate the community on various health and safety tips for everyday life. At this time there are 42 booths planning to participate and admission is FREE. Make plans to start your Saturday at the Health & Safety Fair Raffle Booth. Once you get each booth to initial your FREE raffle card you are then eligible to participate in the raffle drawing. At this time there are 11 great prizes in the raffle drawing.
This year there will be a special “Bully Prevention Presentation” from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. by Master Shin. His presentation will include information on how not to be bullied, encouragement not to bully, and basic self defense moves. Diana Ruiz will return this year and share her music from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. She has an amazing voice and her style is upbeat and family friendly.
Topics that will be addressed at the Health & Safety Fair include: water and boat safety, tips for good posture, pet safety, practical eye care tips, proper hand washing tips, well-balanced nutrition, oral hygiene reminders, school immunization info, safety on the internet, auto safety tips, fire safety tips, fitness and self protection, energy efficiency, identity theft protection, adult day care services, protection from sun’s UV rays, relaxation tips, spring cleaning tips, green and low VOC paint options, home safety tips, healthy community tips, community resources and mentoring opportunities.
In addition to the health and safety information provided, there will be various activities for guests to participate in. Activities will include a bounce house, balloons, face painting, fingerprint cards, a fishing pond and so much more.
Lake Stevens Fire will have their Fire Safety House open and have the engine and aid car available for tours, emergency calls permitting. Lake Stevens Police will bring child ID cards and they will also have their Med Box on site so that guests can turn in any expired and unused medications. (Insulin and needles will not be accepted.)
Fire Chief Lingenfelter commented, “We appreciate the support of the various agencies involved and applaud their commitment to the Lake Stevens community. There will be some great information the community can benefit from at no cost, and I encourage everyone to stop by.”
Make plans to attend the annual Health & Safety Fair on Saturday, June 9 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Have some fun while you learn health and safety tips for everyday life.