Safe Communities Week will be observed in the Rowland Unified School District from March 30 — April 4.
Schools will celebrate with speakers and activities. The week concludes with the Safe Communities Week Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at Rowland Heights County Park, 1500 Banida Ave.
The festival will feature school, community and public service groups, whose booths will provide delicious food, entertainment and information about safety promotion. There will also be several prominent speakers.
Those serving on planning committee include personnel from Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor Don Knabe’s field office, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, the Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Department, Rowland Unified School District Safety and Drug Alcohol Tobacco Education Program (DATE), and Operation Safe Community, a non-profit community coalition.
The Safe Communities Festival is chaired by Nancy Ballantyne and Heidi Gallegos. Plan to attend this annual community observance.