Safe Communities Day 2018
Wellington County, October 4, 2018 - Safe Communities Wellington County (SCWC) held its 4th annual Safe Communities Day on October 4, 2018 at The Royal Distributing Athletic Performance Centre in Marden. Six Hundred grade 6 students from across Wellington County attended Safe Communities Day. Students were invited to visit up to 25 stations teaching them about Safety and Prevention from organizations across Wellington County, Guelph and even Godderich. This Year Safe Communities Wellington County received a Grant from Parachute Canada and The Electrical Safety Authority to educate families about the dangers of electrical shock. Both Centre Wellington Hydro and The Electrical Safety Authority were on hand to teach the students about how to be a safety role model when it comes to electrical safety.
Thank you to all of the organizations who make Safe Communities Day possible. You come out to educate the students year after year and help the students become Safety Ambassadors within their homes, schools and communities.
Minto Safe Communities
Guelph-Eramosa Safe Communities
Canadian Red Cross
St. John Ambulance
Grand River Conservation Authority
Falls and Prevention Priority Advisory Group
Grand River Physiotherapy
Guelph-Eramosa Fire Services
Guelph Fire Services
Intentional Self Harm Priority Advisory Group
Canadian Mental Health Association
Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving
Wellington County OPP
Motor Vehicle Collision Priority Advisory Group
Guelph Wellington Paramedic Services
Centre Wellington Hydro
Electrical Safety Authority
Puslinch Fire Services
Two Wheels Motorsports
Thank you to all of the Principles, Teachers and Chaperones who registered your schools and attended Safe Communities Day 2018! We are looking forward to hosting you in 2019 where we will continue to add more fun and educational stations for the students to enjoy! Stay tuned for updates in 2019.
Updated October 17, 2018