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Child Safety Fair slated for South Side April 17

 

April 5, 2011



Guard-A-Kid of Allegheny County and the newly forming Pilot Club of South Side, are bringing a Child Safety Fair to South Side on April 17.

This free family friendly event will be at the Jaggerbush on the corner of Jane and 23rd Street. This is a family friendly event, the restaurant/bar will not be open for business. It will only be open for the safety fair.

Guard-A-Kid of Allegheny County holds Super Safety Events in schools and day cares throughout the Pittsburgh area. They work with John Walsh of America's Most Wanted and Julie Clark of Baby Einstein to teach children about strangers and safety.

Their next Remote Finger Printing Event will be held at the Safety Fair. Children will be finger-printed for a minimal fee.

"Law enforcement recommends parents have this vital information on hand. In the event of a missing child, every second matters," said Jake Vogel of Guard-A-Kid, "We provide parents with fingerprints, photographs and vital information they would need to provide to law enforcement in an emergency."

Pilot International is a global organization of executive, business and professional leaders working together to improve the quality of life in communities throughout the world since 1921. The Pilot Club of South Side is working to receive their Charter Pilot International. Meetings are held once a month; for more information call Sherri Lynn Dunik at 412-586-4399.

For more information on Guard-A-Kid visit www.FingerprintMyKid.com or call 412-518-2240.

 

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