A Safety Fair was recently held at the courthouse square in West Virginia’s Barbour County. The effort, which was put together by Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Governor’s Highway and Safety Program, provided various stations where children and parents alike could participate in activities and learn about safety. Topics covered included things like drunk driving, bike safety, and distracted driving. One local sheriff also touted the positive impact that interaction with police officers would have on the community.
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