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Malta, NY Take 25, a program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), aims to heighten awareness of children's personal safety issues. With a focus on prevention, the campaign encourages parent, guardians, and other role models to spend time talking to kids to teach them ways to be safer. Parents, teachers, and officials are encouraged to TAKE 25 minutes and talk with children about personal safety.
Take 25 was started to commemorate National Missing Children's Day which occurs every year on May 25th.
The local Take 25 event is hosted by TreePaad Fun Center in Malta, NY and happens Friday, May 28th from 4-7pm. there is no admission cost for this educational program. Every Fort Pass Sold tonight ($8/child - $1 will be donated to Harriet M. West Child Advocacy Center.)
Bring the whole family and meet the Saratoga Police Department Canine Unit. They will have a presentation on drug safety, offer fingerprinting and even have a Deputy canine on hand.
There will be a Fire Safety exhibit provided by the Round Lake Fire Department. Malta Ambulance and State Farm agent, Mike Mulligan will be presenting many safety programs and handouts on child car seats. Axis Technologies will be sponsoring a special Internet Safety Presentation by Chris Norton & Matt Hladun, Director of Technology at Queensbury School.
Saratoga Center for the Family will provide an activity for kids and families to take home, as well as “5 Tips for Keeping Kids Safe” and other informational brochures. In addition, members of our staff will be available to answer questions about their services. Saratoga Center for the Family is Saratoga County’s primary provider of child abuse prevention and treatment services. They serve child and adult survivors of abuse, parents and children with emotional and behavioral counseling needs; and is home to the Harriet M. West Child Advocacy Center. The Advocacy Center is designed to be a child friendly location in which a comprehensive coordinated approach is taken in response to allegations of child abuse. It provides a warm, caring environment that places the child’s needs first and provides one location to interview, examine and counsel abused children while preparing for prosecution of child abuse cases.
The TreePaad Fun Center opened on September 23, 2009 and is located at 2381 Route 9, just south of the Route 9 roundabout located in Malta. TreePaad Fun Center boasts an array of exciting games and interactive play areas, sure to keep the family entertained for hours, but what sets TreePaad even further apart from other family play areas is the party experience that is second to none.
The TreePaad Fun Center allows children and adults to enjoy the activities together, like the custom designed Fort Ballocity. Fort Ballocity is a three-story interactive play arena and indoor playground featuring twisty-turny tube slides, “waterless” waterslides and multi-story padded climbing tours. Fort Ballocity provides hours of entertainment for the whole family.
During the Take 25 event on the 28th, $1.00 from every Fort Ballocity ticket sold will be donated to the Harriet M. West Child Advocacy Center.
For more information about the upcoming Take 25 event held in our local area, please check out www.Take25.org or www.TreePaad.com TreePaad Fun Center Opens in Malta