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NFPA helps communities prepare for National Night Out

Blog Post created by lisabraxton Employee on Jul 24, 2014

 

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NFPA offers a number of educational items for free on the website, including our safety tip sheets, easy to read materialsin other languages, infographics and fun activities for the kids on the parents and educators page of the Sparky the Fire Dog website. It’s not unusual for a National Night Out event to attract hundreds of attendees. It's a great venue for reaching members of the public with information designed to increase their safety.


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