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Safe Kids Stanislaus Car Seat Event Honors CSO Raschel Johnson

Aug 26, 2019
Safe Kids Car Sears

Safe Kids Stanislaus - led by Doctors Medical Center - held the annual Patterson Car Seat Event on Saturday, Aug. 17, in memory of CSO Raschel Johnson, who passed away in 2017. Johnson was extremely active in the community, and a passionate advocate for car seat safety in Stanislaus County.

The event was held in the McDonald’s parking lot on Sperry Avenue. McDonald’s owners Teri and Arnold Regalado helped sponsor the event, and “picked up the tab” on 55 car seats made available free of charge to the community.

Click here to read about the event in the Patterson Irrigator

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