The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee will hold their annual Youth Safety Day on Friday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the OKFB home office in Oklahoma City.
The 2016 Youth Safety Day will host students grades 5-9 from across the state of Oklahoma and offer an array of safety lessons related to everyday life.
Morning lessons will include fire safety featuring OKFB Safety Service’s fire safety house; ATV safety; and electricity safety with professionals from OG&E. After lunch, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol will share a vehicle rollover prevention lesson with their rollover cage, and safety day will conclude with a tractor safety lesson with a tractor provided by P&K Equipment. Throughout the day, OKFB’s Safety Services personnel and others will demonstrate safe practices and habits that students can use in their daily lives.
Safety day will begin with registration 9 a.m. with safety lessons starting at 10 a.m. Lunch will be provided for participants.
Applications must be received by Tuesday, May 24, and are available on our applications center web page. Download the 2016 WLC youth safety day flyer (PDF file).