The Importance of the Keeping in Touch Program

KIT ProgramThe following account is based on a true story. The names have been changed. On a cold and snowy morning Janet woke from a deep sleep. "Something's wrong" she thought. Her thoughts were jumbled. She called out for her husband, Tim. No answer, Tim died 2 years ago. Then, just as she was trying to make sense of what was going on she heard her phone ring. She tried to reach for her phone, but her left arm wouldn't move.

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National Volunteer Appreciation Week April 7th to 13th, 2019

national volunteer appreciation week

We invite you to say THANK YOU to the over one hundred Oceanside Community Safety volunteers that participate in so many programs such as Bicycle Registration, Block Watch, Child Car Seat Safety, Community Watch Patrols, Identification Kits, Keeping in Touch, Medical Alert Kits, Offices, Safety Seminars and Speed Watch in BC School District 69.

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