Trick or Treating Safety

Halloween is the time of year for scaring and being scared.  Although the night has traditionally been reserved for ghouls, goblins, and ghosts, you should also remember to be safe to avoid any harm or danger.

Here are a few safety tips to consider as your make your way around your neighborhood or at a fall carnival.

1 – Be Visible. Always make sure that other drivers or trick- or- treaters can see you. Bring a flashlight and/or wear reflective clothing.

Pumpkin Carving Safety

 The season has changed from the hot and sticky summer to cooler, milder, more festive fall.

At this time of the year there are many things to look forward to and enjoy – the changing and falling of the leaves, football, and of course pumpkin decorating.

The following are some tips to practice for a safe, pumpkin- carving fun.

1.       Parental Guidance -Children should always have an adult to assist them to clean out the pumpkins, and especially using sharp utensils.

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