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JUNEAU - Bartlett Regional Hospital awarded a check in the amount of $2000 to Glacier Valley Elementary School for the highest percentage of students attending the KidSafe Saturday event. KidSafe Saturday brought together over thirty organizations and more than 100 volunteers to provide safety tips and demonstrations for children and their parents. "It is great to see the kids' enthusiasm as they talk about the event and what they liked best," said Bartlett CFO Garth Hamblin. He also thanked the volunteers and organizations that helped make the event a success.
Glacier Valley wins Barlett's KidSafe contest 030409 HEALTH 2 Capital City Weekly JUNEAU - Bartlett Regional Hospital awarded a check in the amount of $2000 to Glacier Valley Elementary School for the highest percentage of students attending the KidSafe Saturday event. KidSafe Saturday brought together over thirty organizations and more than 100 volunteers to provide safety tips and demonstrations for children and their parents. "It is great to see the kids' enthusiasm as they talk about the event and what they liked best," said Bartlett CFO Garth Hamblin. He also thanked the volunteers and organizations that helped make the event a success.

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Glacier Valley Elementary School Principal Ted Wilson, Bartlett Regional Hospital CFO Garth Hamblin and just a few of the students who attended KidSafe Saturday on Feb. 7.

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Story last updated at 3/4/2009 - 11:01 am

Glacier Valley wins Barlett's KidSafe contest

JUNEAU - Bartlett Regional Hospital awarded a check in the amount of $2000 to Glacier Valley Elementary School for the highest percentage of students attending the KidSafe Saturday event. KidSafe Saturday brought together over thirty organizations and more than 100 volunteers to provide safety tips and demonstrations for children and their parents. "It is great to see the kids' enthusiasm as they talk about the event and what they liked best," said Bartlett CFO Garth Hamblin. He also thanked the volunteers and organizations that helped make the event a success.

438 kids attended the event, many accompanied by parents or friends. A notice was sent to the schools in the area announcing that the school with the largest percentage of students attending the event would win $2000 toward supplies or other needed items for the school. Glacier Valley Elementary, which currently serves 328 students, had nearly 21 percent of their students in attendance.


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