Kid’s Safety Fair 2009

10 A.M. TO 2 P.M.

We need your help. Not only do we need your help; we want your help. The Kid’s Safety Fair is a yearly event hosted by Northeast Division and volunteers like you. As a volunteer you might wrap hot dogs and deliver them to the food line, or man that very busy line as they give out free hot dogs, pizza, drinks and chips, help with the bike rodeo (fitting helmets, taking children around the course or fitting them with a bike) where the kids get to
keep the helmets, applying tattoos to the children, keeping lines under control for the bounce houses and face painting or helping keep the volunteer food area neat and tidy.

How can you resist?

To volunteer contact:

Choose your time to help: 9:30 a.m. to noon, 11:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. or 9:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Let Fran know if you have a volunteer preference but she’d
like to place you where needed.

Why volunteer?

To help fulfill volunteer hours for CERT or other organizations, to get free food, to feel a sense of accomplishment, to see some really good exhibits, to watch children and their families having good, clean fun, to get really tired and still feel good.

Displays and Demonstrations

Dallas Police Department helicopter, sky watch tower, narcotics, motorcycles, boats, K-9 unit, squad cars, mounted unit, SWAT unit, bomb squad and bounce houses, face painting, bike rodeo, free food, National Guard, SPCA, Super Heroes, DART police, MADD, TXU, Red Cross, Water Conservation, Office of Community Affairs, Environmental Health, TABC and much, much more.