Sac County students learn at Progressive Agriculture Safety Day

Addison Mohr, of Lake View, tries to determine the difference between Tylenol and Tic Tacs during the Chemical Look A Like safety station.
Greeley Graber and Claire Geake, of Wall Lake, work together to figure out which jar has rubbing alcohol and which jar has water in them during the Chemical Look A Like safety station.
Jill Williams of Loring Hospital uses a black light to make sure the youth from the Odebolt Elementary School washed off all of their germs.
Sgt. Jonathan Meyer and K-9 Petey with the Sac County Sheriffs Department gave a demonstration.

Progressive Agriculture Safety Day held for second-graders in Sac County at the Sac County Fairgrounds on May 1. Students from Schaller Elementary School and Odebolt Elementary School participated.

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