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Marlborough kids learn how to have safe summer fun

Carter, 5, drives the Patriot Ambulance with sister Katie driving along.

Carter, 5, drives the Patriot Ambulance with sister Katie driving along.

Marlborough – Marlborough Hospital, with support from DCU Kids and the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 3565, presented Safe Summer Fun Day June 7 at the hospital campus. The event featured lots of safe and fun activities for kids including inflatables, doctor dress-up, and raffled toys and bikes all day.

The event is run to bring awareness about using safe practices when having fun in the summer, including wearing a helmet when biking, washing hands, wearing sunscreen and more. Members of public safety were there to show off their trucks, including the Marlborough K-9 unit, ambulances, and a fire truck.

The biggest draw of the event was the free bike helmet fitting and giveaway for all the kids that attended.

Photos/Peter Worrest

 

 

 

 

Mary Fay and son Cameron, 3, meet Officer Ken McKenzie and Kaiser.

Mary Fay and son Cameron, 3, meet Officer Ken McKenzie and Kaiser.

Two young volunteers, Patrick Spicer and Zachary Jackson, local sophomores, hand out free cotton candy.

Two young volunteers, Patrick Spicer and Zachary Jackson, local sophomores, hand out free cotton candy.

The line waiting for bike helmet fittings at Marlborough Hospital's Safe Summer Fun Day.

The line waiting for bike helmet fittings at Marlborough Hospital's Safe Summer Fun Day.

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