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SAFE KIDS OF OTSEGO COUNTY HOSTS NETWORKING SERIES

August 23, 2011

SAFE KIDS OF OTSEGO COUNTY HOSTS NETWORKING SERIES
Next Gathering Welcomes Rural Three for Tobacco Free Communities

Safe Kids of Otsego County continues its educational networking series on Monday, September 12 as it hosts Rural Three for Tobacco Free Communities. This informal forum is designed to acquaint attendees with the services provided by other partner not-for-profit organizations as well as share information about their own agency/program. This event will be Monday, September 12, 8:30 – 10 am at the Bassett Medical Center, Bassett Hall Chapel on Beaver Street, Cooperstown A mini breakfast fare will be available.

Rural Three for Tobacco Free Communities is funded by a grant from The New York State Department of Health Tobacco Control Program and is apart of the Bassett Healthcare Network located at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown. Rural Three for Tobacco Free Communities is a community partnership representing Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie Counties, dedicated to educating community leaders and the public about the dangers and social cost of tobacco through engaging local businesses and organizations to adopt policies and resolutions that restricts the tobacco industry presence through, de-normalizes tobacco use, and eliminates secondhand smoke. Check out more at www.rural3.org<https://portal.bassett.org/,DanaInfo=.awxyCvzxhtAJz3t+>. Plan ahead for the next presentation on Wednesday, November 16, 8 am, as we host the Otsego Regional Cycling Advocates (ORCA). Find out more at www.occainfo.org<https://portal.bassett.org/,DanaInfo=.awxyCshihqwpzL15v+>.

This is an excellent setting to learn more about partner organizations, share your own information and network informally. For more information, including directions and reservations, by September 7, contact Rich McCaffery, Community Educator, Bassett Healthcare Network and Safe Kids of Otsego Country at richard.mccaffery<mailto:richard.mccaffery> or 607-547-5256.

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