Sgt. Josh Timko and his police dog, Haro, will be back again this year at Wooster’s Safety Town. Safety Town is open to all children who will be entering kindergarten this fall. It is being held at Cornerstone Elementary School Aug. 6-10 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $18 and children should be registered prior to mid-July. Through stories, activities, art and music, the children will be taught about car safety and proper use of seat belts, as well as when and how to safely cross the street. The children will learn how to safely act around unknown dogs and learn about common items in a household which could pose a danger. They also will learn how to call for fire or police and will walk to the fire station for a tour. They will learn about bus safety, how to properly enter and exit and take their first bus ride around town. Each child will receive a complimentary bike helmet from the Wooster Kiwanis Club. Safety Town applications can be found on the Wooster Kiwanis website: or call director Linda Brinkerhoff at 330-345-3923 to have one sent to you.