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Landis Legion to honor fire and law enforcement, offer safety tips

Landis American Legion is having a special day to honor law enforcement and firefighters and to present information on school safety.

The Southern Rowan Law Enforcement & Fire Personnel Appreciation Day and Know Before You Go School Safety Expo will be Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Landis American Legion, 412 N. Central Ave., Landis.

From 4-5:30 p.m., Landis American Legion family members, law enforcement and firefighters and their families will take part in an event.

From 5:30-7:30 p.m., the event opens to the community to learn more about school safety from local fire and law enforcement agencies. Firetrucks, a fire safety house, school buses and police cars will be on site to view.

The Legion asks participants to bring school supplies to be donated to local schools.

For more information, contact Tim Nason at 704-637-3718 or Martha Corriher at 704-798-3625.

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