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Kohl's Cares for Kids Safety Fair

The weather is perfect to get outside this weekend, and there's is an event going on that will help parents and kids learn to be safe.

The annual Kohl's Cares Safety Fair is set for Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

It will be held in the parking lot of Kohl's on Lawrence Road in Wichita Falls.  The event is free. The first 100 kids will receive a free T-shirt. 

According to event organizers, those who attend will be able to learn about fire safety in the Wichita Falls Fire Department's Fire House, see the AirEvac Helicopter, learn about trampoline safety, ATV safety and ways to prevent dog bites.  There will also be a rollover simulator to show everyone what happens when you don't buckle up. 

Other topics include Hyperthermia and cars, recognition of child abuse as well as ways to keep our children safe on line. There will be many other booths and activities. 

The event is made possible by a grant from the Kohl's Cares initiative.  

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