The Rusch Park Neighborhood Association kicks off the national "Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25" program, putting up lawn signs urging motorists to think more about safety and slowing down in residential neighborhoods, such as these signs on Cobalt Way in Citrus Heights, July 26, 2003.
The Rusch Park Neighborhood Association kicks off the national "Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25" program, putting up lawn signs urging motorists to think more about safety and slowing down in residential neighborhoods, such as these signs on Cobalt Way in Citrus Heights, July 26, 2003. Florence Low Sacramento Bee file
The Rusch Park Neighborhood Association kicks off the national "Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25" program, putting up lawn signs urging motorists to think more about safety and slowing down in residential neighborhoods, such as these signs on Cobalt Way in Citrus Heights, July 26, 2003. Florence Low Sacramento Bee file
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