Saturday, October 15, 2011

Kids Health and Safety Days at Kenowa Hills High School

Kenowa Hills High School hosted the annual Kids Health and Safety Days sponsored by the Walker Chamber of Commerce.  The Alpine Township Fire Department was on hand so kids could tour the newest Fire Engine and also distributed coloring books in recognition of Fire Safety Week.  Amongst the exhibitors were the Kent County Sheriff's Department and the Girl Scouts of America.  The Comstock Park Lions were represented and offered free eye screening for all the children in attendance.  The program was chaired by Angela Hanks, branch manager of  Chemical Bank.  In addition to Chemical Bank, there were booths for West side Fitness, and Bell Family Chiropractic.
Alpine Township Chief Ron Christians by the fire engine

Signing up kids for free eye screening

Alpine Township Library Manager Laura Weld, (left) and Alpine Township resident Barb Cote (right)

Caitlin (left) and Cathy Zyskowski with Westside Fitness

Representing Girl Scouts of America

Christopher Bell (center), Chiropractor

Dollar the Squirrel with Angela Hanks
From left to right, Alpine Township Fire Chief Ron Christians, Firefighter Jon Jenkins, and Kent County Community Policing Officer, Deputy Tom McCutcheon

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