Kids Safety Expo and Public Safety Appreciation | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Good evening, Everyone

    Kid's Safety Expo will be at Lowe's October's 14, 2023. Please let us know if your department can help.

    Mobile Communications America will be hosting Public Safety Appreciation Day tomorrow, in Greenville from 12 Noon to 2PM. Please see the attached flyer.

NCPublicSafetyAppreciation_greenville.pdf


    Thank you,


   Contact: Derrick Myers
   President
   Beaufort County Fire Association
   PO BOX 2975
   Washington, North Carolina 27889
   Phone: (252) 943-8472
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