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Safe Kids Day 2014

April 15, 2014
Twinkle, the WakeMed Children's mascot, visits with event participants.

WakeMed was proud to help sponsor Wake County’s Safe Kids Day 2014, hosted by Safe Kids Wake County in Apex on Saturday, April 5. Over 750 people attended to enjoy activities related to fire safety, pedestrian safety, drunk driving awareness, teen driving, poison prevention and sports safety.

Also on hand were car seat safety displays as well as a hot car display that emphasized how hot a car can get when parked outside. S’mores were even cooked in the car!

Several WakeMed employees volunteered at this important community safety event. Thank you to Safe Kids Wake County for allowing us to be a part of all the fun! See more event photos here.