Safety Town ends with water safety and fun


Safety Town attendees learned how to take care of a fish hook and line while fishing on their final Safety Town Day in Russells Point. The fish they caught were returned to Indian Lake.

Safety Town attendees learned how to take care of a fish hook and line while fishing on their final Safety Town Day in Russells Point. The fish they caught were returned to Indian Lake.


Judy Wherry | for Civitas Media

On the last day of Safety Town in Russells Point, state Wildlife Officer Joshua Shields gave fishing poles to attendees and explained safety procedures around water. Fall kindergarten students learned how to get in and out of boats, how to help those who fall into the water and how to put on life jackets.


Judy Wherry | for Civitas Media

Safety Town attendees learned how to take care of a fish hook and line while fishing on their final Safety Town Day in Russells Point. The fish they caught were returned to Indian Lake.

On the last day of Safety Town in Russells Point, state Wildlife Officer Joshua Shields gave fishing poles to attendees and explained safety procedures around water. Fall kindergarten students learned how to get in and out of boats, how to help those who fall into the water and how to put on life jackets.

Safety Town attendees learned how to take care of a fish hook and line while fishing on their final Safety Town Day in Russells Point. The fish they caught were returned to Indian Lake.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/06/web1_fishing.jpgSafety Town attendees learned how to take care of a fish hook and line while fishing on their final Safety Town Day in Russells Point. The fish they caught were returned to Indian Lake. Judy Wherry | for Civitas Media

On the last day of Safety Town in Russells Point, state Wildlife Officer Joshua Shields gave fishing poles to attendees and explained safety procedures around water. Fall kindergarten students learned how to get in and out of boats, how to help those who fall into the water and how to put on life jackets.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/06/web1_SDC10536.jpgOn the last day of Safety Town in Russells Point, state Wildlife Officer Joshua Shields gave fishing poles to attendees and explained safety procedures around water. Fall kindergarten students learned how to get in and out of boats, how to help those who fall into the water and how to put on life jackets. Judy Wherry | for Civitas Media