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The Athens-Meigs County Farm Bureau and the Albany Fire Department are hosting a Safety Day 1-5 p.m. Sunday, June 6, at the Albany Fairgrounds. There will be various educational safety booths set up on the grounds to walk through and visit.
Amongst the booths, we will have the OSU Grain C.A.R.T (grain safety trailer), PTO/Equipment Safety with Athens OSU Extension, AEP Ohio, drinking water safety with Athens County SWCD, mock tractor rollover rescue with the Albany Fire Department, pond safety with Hocking College, first responders and a special landing from MedFlight at 1pm. The Alexander FFA Alumni food trailer will also be available for concessions.
We invite you to bring your family to enjoy a fun filled day of safety!
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