New ‘Kids on Patrol’ program promotes safety strategies

| March 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

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News Release

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Do your kids 10 years of age and older need something to do after school?

Have them join “Kids on Patrol,” an engaging program designed to promote a positive and healthy lifestyle.

Kids on Patrol kicks off March 5 at the Kaena Community Center, here. Keiki will learn about safety, respect and community pride through fun activities and will be able to meet new friends in a positive environment.

Activities and demonstrations by the Directorate of Emergency Services and the Federal Fire Department will teach kids about bike and fire safety. Movie Day will focus on social issues often faced by kids.

Pizza Day will celebrate the great things kids are doing in the Kids on Patrol program.

Community service activities are part of the program lineup, too.

Participants are eligible for safety and attendance awards.

Further, at the end of each quarter, participants will receive a certificate of appreciation for volunteering their time to their community.

Online Details
Call, email or stop by during business hours to register or for more info. More details about the program can be found at

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