Thursday, April 26, 2012

Arc Day Hab Puts Safety First

Deputy Phyllis Applin, of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office, presented a Community Safety Training to about two dozen participants of The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming's Day Habilitation program on Wednesday, April 25, in Mount Morris. 

Deputy Applin covered the areas of bicycle, pedestrian, and online safety.  During an intensive one-hour session, she offered advice on how to stay within the law and avoid potential dangers, and answered questions from participants. 

At the end of the program, each participant was presented with a certificate of completion signed by Deputy Applin, and a reflective safety vest that she recommended should be worn when walking, biking, or participating in other outdoor activities.  The vests were purchased with a grant from The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming Foundation, the agency's fundraising arm.

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