The Bel Air Police Department, the Bel Air Lions Club and Tiny Toes, a Main Street business, hosted their yearly "Kid Print" Child Safety Fair in Shamrock Park on Oct. 8 and more than 300 children enjoyed the fun.
The program was free and children were treated to pony rides, face painting, McGruff the Crime Dog, ice cream, hot dogs and a moon bounce.
Town Department of Public Works vehicles were on display as well which included a trash truck, dump truck and front end loader. The children were allowed to climb on the trucks and beep the horns.
The "Kid Print" program includes fingerprints, photograph and essential information digitally recorded and printed on a two-sided vinyl card.
The card will allow parents the security of having a current picture, necessary personal information and a readable fingerprint available, in the event the child is lost or abducted. Parents wishing to obtain a KID Print I.D. can call Officer Richard Krause at the Bel Air Police Department 410-638-4500 for details.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun