Safety Day program was held on July 26, 2018 at the Buffalo County Fairgrounds in Mondovi.
Ben Foust, of the C-FC FFA, modeled how to safely climb into a tree stand.
Pictured here are the participants and some of the volunteers from the 2018 Safety Day.
Annie Lisowski, the Buffalo County Youth and Families Extension Educator, taught a session to youth on drug awareness.
Youth listened in to Buffalo County UW-Extension Agriculture Agent, Carl Duley, teach safety tips on tools.
Mondovi FFA volunteer, Casey Denk, observes as a youth participant sees how difficult it is to move in a wheelchair.
With covered eyes, youth were able to experience how difficult it is to complete a simple task of putting Legos together without their sense of sight.
Blind spots was a topic covered at safety day with semi-trucks and buses.
The Mondovi Ambulance service allowed youth to learn and see the inside of a real ambulance.
Trinity Teigen is buckled in tight while learning about the equipment inside a Mondovi ambulance.
Participants put together a first aid kit that they took home at the end of the day.
Grad student, Abby Waters, leads a session on mental health.
John Zander teaches youth the importance of tractor safety.
Derek Anibas and John Zander demonstrate the power of a tractor and loader by destroying a watermelon.
During the tractor safety presentation, youth were taught the power of the PTO.
C-FC FFA members demonstrated to youth the correct ways to ride a 4-wheeler.
By sitting in a Marten Transport semi-truck, youth were able to see the blind spots drivers have.
Greg Poeschel, a representative from Alliance Bank, helps youth in and out of the truck while talking to them about the importance of staying a good distance away from large vehicles.
Youth experience how difficult it is to guide themselves in a wheelchair.
Bradlee Goetting, stands the near the front of the semi-truck so another participant inside can understand the blind spots of a large vehicle.
Abby Waters calls on a youth during her mental health session.
Youth see the aftereffects of the powerful tractor.
Bob Jumbeck presents to large groups about the importance of four-wheeler safety.
Bob Jumbeck had creative sayings to remind youth of the safety procedures they should always use.
Bob Jumbeck and volunteer participants from 4-H Afterschool and the Mondovi Community Youth Center demonstrate how this four-wheeler is too large for their age and size.
Youth ask many questions during the first aid session.
Another participant takes a try at putting a simple Lego structure together without their sense of sight.