On July 25 every year to raise awareness of the catastrophic and long-term effects of drowning on families and communities, as well as life-saving ways to prevent it. *It is one of the top ten fatalities of kids aged five to 14.
ATTEND TRAINING – The training will teach practical and lifesaving ways of avoiding drowning. You can also send your child or children to be trained.
Always designate a responsible person to watch the children play in the pool/ lake/ beach/ river, it only takes seconds for a drowning to occur.
(photo of Ret. Ptl. Brian Pugliese and Chief Gregory H. Meyer)