Forest Lake Safety Camp
2019 Forest Lake Safety Camp
June 11 and 12, 2019
|2019 Forest Lake Safety Camp|
|What||25th Annual "Summer Fun In the Sun" Safety Camp|
|When||June 11 and 12, 2019|
|Who||Children entering 3rd-5th grades|
|Where||Forest Lake City Center (1408 Lake Street South)|
|Cost||$25.00 per child|
|Application||Applications will be available beginning May 1st|
Forest Lake Safety Camp is a 2-day program designed with children's safety in mind. At camp, children have the opportunity to experience and learn about a variety of safety issues, such as first aid from trained Emergency Medical Services personnel, bike maintenance, trail safety and laws relating to bike riding, fire safety, and electrical safety. Other issues relating to safe streets and personal safety will also be addressed.
Forest Lake Safety Camp came together as a vision of three community-minded individuals who, after a very tragic bicycle accident, were particularly concerned about the health and safety of the children in our community. As Safety Camp took shape, they soon realized that there were many aspects of safety to be addressed with kids in a fun and exciting way.
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited to the first 75 kids! We look forward to seeing your kids this year at Safety Camp.
The Forest Lake Safety Camp mission is to provide a wide range of safety instruction in a
To coordinate and facilitate collaboration between departments of community safety, public service organizations, and area businesses, with the express goal of promoting safety awareness to children through meaningful instruction and community involvement.
June 11 and 12, 2019
Registration forms are also available at the Forest Lake Police Department or the Lakes Center for Youth & Families beginning May 1st, 2019.
Safety Camp Junior Counselors Needed!(Students Finishing 8-12th Grade)
Students finishing grades 8-12 are given the opportunity to be a leader and play with the safety campers from 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. each day.
Help: during their free times, keep them in small groups, make sure they move together between activities, eat lunch with them, see lots of cool presentations and be with other teens! Free snacks, lunches and instructor t-shirt provided! New & returning Junior Counselors need to fill out a
This is a great opportunity to gain leadership skills and
- Hallberg Family Foundation
- Maranatha Assembly of God Church
- MidWestOne Bank
- RE/MAX Synergy’s Muske Community Support Foundation
- A-Team Construction, Inc.
- Bituminous Roadways, Inc.
- Carousel Hair Care
- Customized Safety Training, LLC.
- Dan’s Towing & Recovery
- Drolson Family Foundation
- Faith Lutheran Church
- First State Bank of Wyoming
- Forest Lake Rotary
- Hosanna Lutheran Church
- La Grande Beauty Spa and Boutique
- Mattson Funeral Home & Cremation Service
- Old Log Cabin, Inc.
- Olson’s Sewer Service & Olson’s Excavating Service
- SF Insurance Group
- South Shore Veterinary Hospital
- Thomco Carpet, Inc.
- Tired Iron Collision Center
Andrew L.F. Hegstad, D.D.S.
Forest Lake ACE Hardware
G2 Dental, PA
Landmark Insurance Services
NabpcoAuto Body & Paint Supply
Room for Growing, Inc.
Winnick Supply, Inc.
Safety Camp Committee Contact List
Rick Peterson (FLPD)
Nancy Carlson (FLPD)
Jenna Jones (LC4YF)
Alan Newman (FLFD)
Richard Ottomeyer (Pain Treatment Centers of North America)
Denise Gauper (SF Insurance Group)
Rob Owens (Owens Insurance Agency)
Rich Jabas (Forest Lake Lions Club)