BACA teaches about stranger danger

October 16, 2012

Javier "Chewey" Franco speaks with students at Southeast Elementary (Photo by Tatiana Rodriguez)

Members of the local BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse) chapter recently visited Southeast Elementary School to talk to Kindergarten and first grade students about stranger danger.
Javier “Chewey” Franco (shown speaking) taught students about talking to strangers, friendly strangers and what to look out for when they are alone. The group also went over Halloween safety tips.
Other BACA members attending were (shown in back, from left to right) Kurt “Squiggie” Huckabee, Amanda “Stitch” Sadler, Kris “Mijo” Warner and Robert “Curly” Sadler.

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