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Foto Feature: Pelham Manor police visit two nursery schools, present safety assembly at Prospect Hill

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Village of Pelham Manor. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

Last week, the Pelham Manor Police Department (PMPD) had  an active week with community outreach and education! The children at both nursery schools had a lovely visit with Officer Manias of the PMPD. They were very excited to meet a Police Officer, have a chance to see the police car up close and turn on the lights and sirens. Also, Sargent Ryan and Officer Vogel held an informative, interactive assembly with the students at Prospect Hill Elementary School to discuss bicycle and pedestrian safety. The children were enthusiastic and attentive listeners and learned a lot about staying safe on our sidewalks and streets.  Round two of the assembly is scheduled to take place at Siwanoy Elementary School on May 28.

We are so proud of the PMPD for providing this presentation and continuing to partner with the educational facilities in our Village to support pedestrian safety education and outreach. Making sure the children of our community navigate safely on the roadways is a team effort. We encourage everyone to be a good role model by letting your actions speak as loudly as your words; take a moment to review pedestrian safety tips.


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