NEW ALBANY — Tuesday was all about home safety at Floyd Memorial Hospital as it hosted an inaugural Safety Fair for residents. Attendees were able to watch a fire safety demonstration, meet local law enforcement officials and an infection prevention coordinator, visit safety equipment vendor booths and take home giveaways. It's also where Mark Truman, vice president of operations, extinguished flames in a fire extinguisher training prop during the event. See related photo.
Residents learned about home safety at Floyd Memorial Hospital event
Members of the Holcomb, Polk and Dickens families, all of Jeffersonville, walk along Maple Street between destinations on the third annual Holiday Cookie Stroll in downtown Jeffersonville on Saturday afternoon. Twenty one downtown businesses participated in the event put on by Jeffersonville Main Street Inc.
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