SAFE Parks keeps kids out of trouble
The SAFE Parks program needs to close a $4,000 funding gap to continue serving kids throughout the summer.
The SAFE Parks - Safe and Fun Environment - program offers a variety of activities for children of all ages.
"It's really geared toward those latchkey kids," said Nicole Opsal, Child Abuse Advocate for Headwaters Intervention Center. "We want to provide a safe place for these kids who don't have supervision."
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