Free Safety Expo Offered To Seniors In Norwich

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They will have information sessions set up with plenty of useful safety tips for seniors. The presentations will be done by the Norwich Fire Services and Oxford County Paramedics, which will be inside the Norwich Community Centre on October 12th.

NORWICH - Seniors in Norwich Township are invited to a free safety expo.

The event is hosted by the Norwich Fire Services. 

They will have information sessions set up with plenty of useful safety tips for seniors. Presentations will be done by the Norwich Fire Services and Oxford County Paramedics. Local businesses will also have some booths on display and a free lunch will be provided by the Lantern. 

It's happening on Saturday October 12th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Norwich Community Centre. 
 

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