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Thursday, July 13, 2000

Vacation Bible School set

Vacation Bible School will be held Monday, July 10 through Friday, July 14, at North Temple Baptist Church, 300 N. Walnut.

Bible School will be held from 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. and all children ages 3 through 6th grade are welcome to attend.

Theme will be The Fantastic _ Good News Ocean Odyssey: Diving into the Depths of God's Faithfulness.

The purpose of the special event is to have a fun-filled, spiritual adventure for boys and girls. The group will provide concentrated Bible Study and encourage real-life application.

Director for the event will be Millie Jackson.

Lujan celebrates first birthday

Nathaniel Guerra Lujan celebrated his first birthday with a party held in his honor Sunday at Maxey Park.

Theme for the event was "Toy Story."

He received many gifts and his favorite was a wagon given to him by his grandparents Maribel and Rene Guerra.

Nathan is the son of Jennifer and Nathan Lujan.

Maternal grandparents are Rene and Maribel Guerra.

Paternal grandparents are Fred and Lisa Lujan.

Tips help ensure safety

Some play environments may not be as safe as they appear to be _ including your neighborhood playground. Here are some tips to ensure your child's safety.

· Be sure your child plays on age-appropriate equipment.

· Make sure play equipment is anchored safely to the ground and there are no protrusions, worn or defective parts or sharp edges.

· Look for surfaces under equipment that minimize fall-related injuries _ hardwood-fiber mulch or chips, pea gravel, sand and synthetic material such as shredded rubber.

· Remove drawstrings on clothing, necklaces and other items around the neck that could cause strangulation.

"Take time to check the playgrounds at your child's daycare center, camp and school," said Dr. Julie Boom a pediatrician at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. "Ensure your child is properly supervised and report safety hazards to the appropriate person or agency," he said.

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