Union County, NJ — Parents and caregivers can make sure their child’s safety is properly installed, by getting a free inspection at the new home of the Union County Child Safety Seat Inspection Program at the Garwood First Aid Squad, 401 Second Avenue. Joining in the official opening were (front, l-r): Union County Freeholders Sergio Granados, Vernell Wright, and Bruce H. Bergen; safety specialist Ron Esposito of AAANortheast, NJ Division, which is supporting the program; County Traffic Safety Program Coordinator Christine Marcantonio; AAA Director of Government and Public Affairs Cathleen Lewis; Freeholder Bette Jane Kowalski, Union County Police Chief Daniel Vaniska, Freeholder Christopher Hudak, and County Public Safety Director Andrew Moran. The service is available Wednesdays and Thursdays, 7:30 – 11:00 a.m. More information: visit ucnj.org. (Photo credit: County of Union, NJ)
Ellie Wilson-Newbury (l) of Rahway looks satisfied with the results of her free safety seat inspection at the Union County Child Safety Seat Inspection Program. The inspection was conducted by Cristallina Tharaldsen (c), a certified safety seat inspector, while mother Danni Newbury(r) looked on. The free Union County Child Safety Seat Inspection Program is available Wednesdays and Thursdays, 7:30 – 11:00 a.m., at the Garwood First Aid Squad, located at 401 Second Avenue. More information: visit ucnj.org/child-safety-seats. (Photo credit: Jim Lowney/County of Union).
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