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Santa Maria Community Services Presents Summer Safety Fest on June 18, 2022 in Lower Price Hill

May 26, 2022

Christy Cauley                                                             
Santa Maria Community Services
(513) 557-7297

CINCINNATI, OH – Santa Maria Community Services, Inc. is pleased to present its second annual Summer Safety Fest 2022. This fun family event will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2022, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Swing Park located at 2122 Hatmaker Street, Cincinnati, OH 45204 in Lower Price Hill.

Families are invited to enjoy free food and music, and join the conversation to prevent violence and substance abuse in our community. There will be free bike repair, snow cones and fun activities for children of all ages.

“Violence and substance abuse are major sources of pain and trauma for Price Hill residents,” said Danny Burridge, Youth Development Program Director for Santa Maria Community services. “At our second annual Summer Safety Fest we would like to continue the conversation on ways to prevent these issues in our community. We want to help Lower Price Hill youth speak up against substance abuse and violence and to construct positive alternatives for themselves and for their community.”

Santa Maria is grateful to these 2022 sponsors who made this event possible: Presenting Sponsor - Nehemiah Manufacturing  | Corporate Sponsors: Molina Healthcare of Ohio and Western & Southern Financial Group | Impact Sponsors: Fifth Third Bank, First Financial Bank, Interact for Health, PNC Bank, and Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati  | Supporting Sponsors: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and The Model Group | Community Sponsors: Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency, Elder High School, Mariner Wealth Advisors, M. Maureen Maxfield, Mutual of America Financial Group and Paragon Advertising & Communications. For more information, contact Santa Maria's youth program (513) 497-0468.

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