War Amps officials send thanks to Bracebridge OPP for helping with PLAYSAFE program
The War Amps is thankful to Bracebridge OPP for its help in passing on the PLAYSAFE message to kids across the region.
On Tuesday, War Amps representative Melissa Muller presented Bracebridge OPP Inspector Ed Medved with a plaque of appreciation.
Medved says it’s definitely a collaborative effort between police and the War Amps to spread this message.
Muller is visiting schools across South Muskoka this week to talk to the kids about the PLAYSAFE program.
The War Amps looks to minimize the chances of kids getting into accidents while playing at school or at home.