The Chamber along with many of the businesses and organizations in Sleepy Eye hosted a Safety Day camp for area students to inform them of the many dangers that exist in our world today.

The Chamber along with many of the businesses and organizations in Sleepy Eye hosted a Safety Day camp for area students to inform them of the many dangers that exist in our world today.

Armed with basic information and first-hand experiences from our area police, medical facilities, fire department, electrical services and others provided long-lasting impressions. Students from New Ulm, GFW, St. Mary’s, Sleepy Eye Public School and Morgan participated in the day-long event aimed at informing the local youth of the many dangers that exist in our world today.

Presenters included Brown-Nicollet Environmental Health: Heather Kendall, Emergency Preparedness—Brown County Public Health Nursing: Melissa Hoffmann, Stranger Danger —Sleepy Eye Police Department, Officer Amber Wieland, Electrical Safety—Brown County REA: Marcia Solie, Steve Walter & Adam Fischer,Gun Safety—Dean Ibberson, ATV Safety—Miller Sellner: Jared Miller, Hearing & Machinery Safety—Mathiowetz Construction: Scott Surprenant, First Aid—Sleepy Eye Medical Center: Pattie Pelzel and Sleepy Eye Ambulance: Shari Hittesdorf, Rollover Simulator/Seat Belt Safety—South Central MN EMS: Scott Reiten