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If you are under the influence of alcohol, do not shoot off any fireworks. Never carry fireworks in your pocket or shoot them into metal or glass containers.
A responsible adult should supervise all firework activities. Soak all firework debris in water before throwing away. Never try to re-light a firework that did not properly ignite.
June 28, 2018 -Greg Summers, retired Little Rock Fire Chief; Joe Gray, retired Little Rock Chief Fire Marshal; and Telly Noel, Sr. Unfortunately, many people do not realize just how dangerous fireworks and sparklers can be, which is a primary reason that injuries occur.
of Vibe Events invites you to the 9th Annual Firefighters All-White Affair, presented by F. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has safety tips available to help consumers promote safe and responsible use of fireworks.
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-Dominique Mc Grudder, Mighty Vikings Youth Football Team; Derrick Hamilton, Mobile Video Game Station; Jerald Smith, Battlefield Laser Tag; and Ozzie Banks, III, Photographer | The Jacksonville Mighty Vikings Football Team & Partners sponsors a Father’s Day Celebration, Sunday, June 17th from 2pm-6pm at the Jacksonville Mighty Vikings Football Field, 312 Ray Road in Jacksonville.
The program will help young men suit-up when interviewing for jobs, internships, scholarships, worship services, and professional events. It is another way Youth Services can expand their outreach in the community and help young men build confidence and self-esteem.
For safety tips and information, visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission at gov. Featured artists will be Keyshia Cole, Joe, Dru Hill, 112 (“Q & Daron P”), H-Town and local acts The Rodney Block Collective, and Dee Dee Jones.
-Michael Madison, Promoter | The Hot Summer Jam Block Party Concert will be Saturday, June 30th at the First Security Amphitheater in Downtown Little Rock. For tickets, visit the ticket outlets at: Ugly Mike’s, Uncle T’s Foodmart in Little Rock; Lindsey’s BBQ in North Little Rock; Gi Gi’s Soul Cafe & Lounge in Maumelle; The Record Rack in Pine Bluff; and Ce Ce’s Chicken & Waffles in Conway or online at June 21, 2018 -Christine Alongi, Director of Strong Hearts Rehabilitation Center at the Arkansas Heart Hospital | Summer is a great time to get outside for hiking, biking and running around with friends, but having fun in the sun also requires proper hydration. Increased perspiration, vomiting or diarrhea also are clear signs of dehydration. For more helpful tips and more information, call-501-978-3780 or visit us on Facebook at Arkansas Heart Hospital.
Students can earn a Bachelor Degree in Regulatory Science with three options: Industrial Health & Safety; Environmental Biology; and Agricultural Science. To apply and learn more, call 501-374-3985 or visit edu and click on “Academics” and choose “North Little Rock Site.” -Courtney Hobbs, Founder of Be You Ti Ful Women’s Empowerment, Inc. and #Mt E: More than Enough partners with the OK Program to present Back 2 School Clothing Drive, Saturday, July 21st from 9am-2pm at Tyler Street Baptist Church Opportunity Center, 2100 South Tyler Street in Little Rock. A second date for the Back 2 School Clothing Drive will be Saturday, August 4th from 9am-2pm at the same location.
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Obey all local laws regarding the use of fireworks.