Eston safety event makes impression on students

A representative from Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) talks to students from Eston Composite School at the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day being presented by the Eston 4H Club on Oct. 2 at the AGT Community Centre. The SGI rollover simulator and demonstration was enjoyed by students both young and old, a spokesperson says.

By Kenneth Brown
of The Crossroads

Safety at home, work and on the farm is important and a new event has helped to spread the message of safety to students at Eston Composite School (ECS).

A committee of leaders from the Eston 4H Club organized and hosted a Progressive Agriculture Safety Day in the community. All ECS students took part in the event held on Oct. 2 at the AGT Community Centre. A spokesperson for the committee says the safety event was a success.

“I think it went superbly,” said Michelle Brummund, an event organizer and a leader of the Eston 4H Club, recognizing that the students arrived on time and there was a nice flow given the short time frame for each session. “Our presenters were phenomenal.”

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