Story last updated at 12:56 p.m. Thursday, May 2, 2002

No needles please

Safe kids fair

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  Photo by R. J. Kelly, Homer News
Danny Wiest, 3, as his mom, Giulia Tortora, reassures him whileTom Walpole, of the South Peninsula Hospital staff, offers some safety tips .  
Danny Wiest, 3, may not be sure about this doctor thing, but his mom, Giulia Tortora, reassures him as Tom Walpole, of the South Peninsula Hospital staff, offers some safety tips from "Grandpa's House" during last Saturday's Safe Kids Fair at Homer High School.

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Cheryl Riley, a nurse at South Peninsula Hospital, gives Morgan Stewart some household medical tips at the Teddy Bear Clinic.  

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Photo by R. J. Kelly, Homer News Homer police officer Dave Shealy kept busy teaching hand signals to Lydia Arndt and many other chidren.  

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Melanie Mastolier, 5, rolls through the bicycle course Saturday, April, 27, 2002 at Homer High.  

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