Brian Parra, 8, of Rancho Cordova gets help from volunteer Betty Taylor as he borrows a free life vest at the Sunrise access to the American River. The American River Parkway Foundation is launching its Kids Don’t Float life vest program two months early due to unseasonably warm weather. Photo taken July 4, 2012 in Sacramento County, California.
Brian Parra, 8, of Rancho Cordova gets help from volunteer Betty Taylor as he borrows a free life vest at the Sunrise access to the American River. The American River Parkway Foundation is launching its Kids Don’t Float life vest program two months early due to unseasonably warm weather. Photo taken July 4, 2012 in Sacramento County, California. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Brian Parra, 8, of Rancho Cordova gets help from volunteer Betty Taylor as he borrows a free life vest at the Sunrise access to the American River. The American River Parkway Foundation is launching its Kids Don’t Float life vest program two months early due to unseasonably warm weather. Photo taken July 4, 2012 in Sacramento County, California. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

American River Parkway life vest stations open two months early

March 30, 2015 5:24 PM

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