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Teaching kids, parents about traffic safety around schools
Calling all parent, kids and schools interested in learning more about traffic safety around school and town. Kithy Chavez, of the county health services agency's Ride n' Stride Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Program, travels to campuses across the county teaching traffic safety, including helmet use while cycling and skateboarding, traffic rules and street crossing safety. Annually, Chavez's presentations reach more than 3,000 students. Now, she's seeking to ad more presentations to parents, who are not obeying all traffic laws, such as not texting or talking on a cell phone while driving. To invite Chavez to your speak to your students or parent group, call (831) 454-4317.
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