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Safety Town

SAFETY TOWN is an organized program of safety education for CHILDREN ENTERING KINDERGARTEN (or entereing first grade if they have not previously attended).  SAFETY TOWN, a city built to the scale of the child, is the setting in which safety awareness is taught and practiced.  Teachers and police officers, with the assistance of teenagers, will cover such topics as pedestrian, motorist, bus, stranger, police, fire, railroad, home, and playground safety.  Movies, songs, poems, games, visits to the police and fire stations, and practice inside SAFETY TOWN itself will complement the daily classroom activities.  Parents are not expected to stay with their children during SAFETY TOWN and children do not need to bring any type of equipment. Children are welcomed from Oregon and the surrounding communities.

Oregon Safety Town is sponsored by the Oregonian Club and is presented in cooperation with the City of Oregon, Oregon Police Department, Oregon Fire Department and Oregon City Schools.  Safety Town is held at Starr Elementary School (3230 Starr Ave).

Dates for 2015 Safety Town will be June 9th through June 19th (excluding the weekend).  There are two sessions.  Session 1 is from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM.  Session 2 is from 10:30 Am to 12:30 PM. 

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Bird Week

May 8th - 17th. Right here in our own backyard!

For more information

www.bsbobird.org
www.biggestweekinamericanbirding.com
www.ohioyoungbirders.org

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Oregon Community Earth Day Collection

earth-recycle-webSaturday, May 16, 2015

9:00 am to Noon

Oregon Municipal Building
5330 Seaman Road, Oregon, Ohio
 
 
Event is open to residents of
City of Oregon and Harborview
 
Bring proof of residence
Drivers’ License, Home or Vehicle Document.
 
Household items such as oil based paint, automotive batteries, computer equipment, and household cleaners will be collected.  A complete list of accepted items can be viewed on the event poster.
 
 
 
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