WALKING SAFETY TIPS

Spring is here, schools are closed and more people are at home due to the CVOID-19 response. Getting outside to get exercise is perfect but be safe doing it.
· Walk on sidewalks whenever possible
· If you are walking on the road, walk facing traffic as far from the traffic as you can get.
· Cross streets at crosswalks of intersections.
· Assume drivers cannot see you
· Wear bright reflective clothing

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Regional Mental Health Forum in Bird City


Regional Mental Health Forum
Bringing Change and Help to NW Kansas

3 Part Meeting
October 24th, December 5th, January 7th
9:00 a.m. to noon at the Bird City Legion Hall

Purpose: Learn more about mental health issues in Northwest Kansas and take actionable steps to address regional concerns.

Who should attend? School representatives, clergy, healthcare and mental health professionals, legal representatives and community members invested in or impacted by mental health.

RSVP: 
travisr@nwksprevention.com
cdouthit@cheyennecountyhospital.com
karlah@rawlinscounty.org