Safety Night, the annual township event that focuses on community safety, health and wellness, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Brookfield Township Fire Department main station and social hall at 774 Route 7.
The event – this will be the 20th – is put on by the township police and fire departments and features children’s activities such as pumpkin carving, free hot dogs, demonstrations, flu shots and booths from township service groups and other governmental and private agencies that deal with safety, health and wellness.
Groups that have committed to attend include Adult Protective Service, Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County, Brookfield Historical Society, Hometown Pharmacy, K-9 SOS, Brookfield Township Volunteer Firemen’s Auxiliary, Masury-Brookfield Women’s Club, O’Brien Memorial Health Care Center, Addison Healthcare Center, Brookfield Optimist Club, Brookfield Rotary Club, Someplace Safe, Trumbull-Ashtabula Group Task Force, Trumbull County Children’s Services, Trumbull County Emergency Management Agency, Trumbull County Game Warden, Trumbull County Safe Communities, Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention, Al-Anon Family Group, Back to Health-Wellness Champions, Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste District, Giant Eagle Pharmacy, Hazmat, Servpro and Sharon Regional Medical Center.

Brookfield police Cpl. Scott Thompson takes Reed Rooks' fingerprint at Safety Night in 2017. Reed's mother, Ashley, helps out.

Brookfield police Cpl. Scott Thompson takes Reed Rooks’ fingerprint at Safety Night in 2017. Reed’s mother, Ashley, helps out.