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All US roadways are designed with rain run-off in mind leaving the highest point in the center and allowing the rain to run off towards the ditches. This is something you should keep in mind when installing your receiver pin. Always insert the pin on the driver's side of the receiver tube so if something were to happen to the cotter pin the vibrations of the road will drive the pin further in place. Instead of allowing it to fall out. This is also why when towing you should routinely check your towing set-up. Another way to combat this problem is by checking out one of CURT's lockable receiver pins.
Kevin goes over a new A.R.E. shell on a 2012 Chevrolet Extended Cab. See more at http://www.vacavalleytruck.com
Vacaville Kid Fest was started in 1999, when an idea was born to create a "Children's Festival", a place where families could come and have a day of activities with their children at very little or no cost, and also have the opportunity to learn about many of the services and resources that were available to children and families. We adopted the theme "For the Child in all of us".
A group of City of Vacaville representatives, ranging from business owners and managers, nonprofit groups and media people were approached with the idea and met it with enthusiasm. And thus, Kid Fest was born.
The first Kid Fest Core Committee consisted of Shauna Manina, Meaghan O'Neill from Vacaville Police Dept., Linnea Dischinger from Vacaville Fire Dept., Todd Grames and Suzanne Green from Community Services Dept., and Reggie Hubbard from Housing & Redevelopment Dept. Other business people from The Reporter, Downtown Vacaville Business Improvement District, and others all committed to the vision of a day of low cost or no cost activities, free resources, and fun.
Our first event in 1999 had 1 stage and 40 booths, with everything from food, crafters and merchandise vendors, a wide range of social service and community nonprofit groups, free children's games and entertainment, bounce houses, and a very strong focus on child safety and health. From the beginning, a large component of the event has been the presence of Vacaville Fire and Police Depts., with their equipment displays, children's fire muster, and safety information.
By 2001, there were 2 stages of entertainment and over 120 booths participating in the event. The committee members have changed over the years, but the event has continued, and become part of the fabric of what makes Vacaville a family oriented community. The focus remains on child and family safety and health.
See more about this wonderful organization at www.VacavilleKidFest.org
See you there!