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FALL INTO SAFETY!

The weather will start to turn colder and leaves will change color, safety concerns start to shift as well.  We have less hours of daylight in which to drive, and the falling leaves pose a hazard on the roads.  Children are walking back and forth to school and enjoying the Halloween season, so keeping them safe is always a high priority.  Planning ahead is essential, whether it's preparing your home and car for winter or planning ahead for your flu shot.  Use this page as a resource for a variety of safety tips for the fall season. 
Driving Safety - autumn trees with van on the road Back to School Safety - Children getting off of school bus at school Halloween Safety - Jack-0-Lanterns on street at night Flu Shots - gloved hands with vial and needle
DRIVING SAFETY BACK TO SCHOOL SAFETY  HALLOWEEN SAFETY FLU SHOTS
Fireplace & Furnace Safety - Fireplace with fire burning Hunter Safety - Hunter with rifle at sunset Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Safety - Fire alarm with smoke Tree Maintenance - Autumn tree with piece cut away for wires
FIREPLACE & FURNACE SAFETY HUNTING SAFETY SMOKE & CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR SAFETY

TREE MAINTENANCE

Thanksgiving Safety - Turkey on table with plates      
THANKSGIVING SAFETY      

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