Approximately 20 students from CORE Community School arrived at the Cherokee County Administrative Offices today to assist Safe Kids Cherokee by stuffing bags with important safety tips that will be given to attendees at the Riverfest Arts and Crafts Festival that is planned for next weekend, September 23rd and 24th, Etowah River Park in Canton, Georgia.
Pennie Lamanac, a Fire and Life Safety Instructor for Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services and a volunteer for Safe Kids, thanked the students for donating their time to help with the worthy cause. Students spent Friday morning working on an assembly line to get the bags stuffed with numerous pamphlets and brochures regarding safety.
CORE Community School, located on Knox Bridge Highway in Canton, Georgia serve students that have some factor(s) interfering with their success. This includes, but is not limited to, students with diagnosed learning disabilities, processing or attentional difficulties, anxiety, and social-emotional struggles.
Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services, the lead agency for Safe Kids Cherokee, thank the students and staffs at CORE Community School for helping us get important information about safety out to the citizens of our county.