2018 Mentor Safety Town Registration is Now Open!
Safety Town is an awareness program to teach young children safety while providing parents with peace of mind. The program includes classes on fire safety, stranger danger, drugs and an outside mini town with instructions on pedestrian/traffic/bike rules. Registration is open to children ages four (as of June 1, 2018), five and six years old.
The program is presented by the Junior Women’s Club in partnership with the Mentor Fire and Police Departments along with the Mentor Public Library and The Mentor School System.
This successful program in safety and education for Lake County children is directed and taught by caring and experienced local state board teachers.
Safety Town is offered for two weeks in the summer and each session is 5 days. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions are offered.
Location: Garfield Elementary on Hopkins Road in Mentor.
Teen Volunteers Needed
Want to spend a week working with preschool kids this summer and earn up to 40 service hours? Apply to be a Safety Town Aide for Junior Women!
Help us bring our safety program to Mentor preschoolers! Sponsors allow our club to offer the best program possible while keeping costs very low for our students. Sponsors are recognized on our home page, on banners at the event and on our student and teen-aide T-shirts.
Find our more about our Safety Town Sponsor program! Sponsor Information
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