Volunteers at places like the Tri-Town Safety Village make Schererville a good place to live and work.
Representatives from Enbridge and the Tri-Town Safety Village break ground Thursday for a new addition that will educate children about pipeline awareness and safe digging practices. The facility in Schererville educates children about safety issues.
Tri-Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis talks about a new facility at the village to educate children about pipeline awareness and safe digging practices. Enbridge is partnering with the Schererville safety village for the project.
Police officers exit a mock police station Thursday at the Tri-Town Safety Village in Schererville.
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