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Glenwood Springs High School Key Club staffs JungleMobile at VVH Kids and Teens Safety Fair

On Sept. 14 the Glenwood Springs High School Key Club turned out 18 members to help staff the Kiwanis JungleMobile’s eight safety stations from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., supplementing the other approximately 20 stations at the Valley View Hospital annual Safety Fair. The JungleMobile is a mobile, interactive classroom that teaches preschool- and elementary-school-aged children about safety. Topics addressed include fire safety, 911 education, pedestrian safety, fall prevention, farm/ranch safety, seatbelt/booster seat safety, ATV safety and water safety. Using educational materials and interactive play to provide a fun learning environment, the Key Club members actively engaged the kids coming through each of their learning stations.

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