Sunday cartoon: Buckle Up America weeks 2024

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BURRILLVILLE – Buckle Up America Weeks 2024 begin on Monday, May, 20 and end on Sunday, June 2. More than 200 police agencies nationwide are participating with the annual Click-It-Or-Ticket seatbelt campaign, making sure that families are safer in family vehicles over the next two weeks. This initiative always takes place during Memorial Day weekend – the unofficial start of the summer season.

To help remind kids, teens and families about the importance of buckling up over the summer months, the award-winning, Buckleupallofus Child Passenger Safety Campaign premiered this weekend as a full color graphic visual showcase on the big screen at the Misquamicut Beach Drive-In on Friday, May, 17. The feature movie starting off the summer season of movies was JAWS. The reminder graphic will be shown during more than 65 movies at this popular seaside community outdoor drive-in over the next three months. Thousands of kids and families will view the Buckleupallofus public service announcement all summer long.

This coincides with the more than 100 Buckleupallofus classic car shows, cruise nights, community events, festivals, fairs, parades, race track events, family safety events, police department open houses, car seat check ups and fire department musters and barbecues this summer and early fall. Thousands of Buckleupallofus coloring posters, full color posters, stickers and fridge magnets will be distributed to kids and families absolutely free until the end of October.

Kids can color in this week’s Buckleupallofus Sunday Cartoon and write in their favorite movie titles they love to watch in the white spaces around the cool cartoon characters and classic vehicle coloring artwork.

The safest place for a child to be properly restrained is in the backseat of any vehicle. Boost Up, Buckle Up, kids!

Jim Weicherding is a Burrillville resident, and the founder and creator of an award-winning traffic safety effort Seasons of Safety. Weicherding contributes kids’ coloring cartoons, which can be printed and used to help parents discuss safety issues with their children. He has a long list of police officers and firefighters in his family and has worked with law enforcement and firefighters in a creative public safety capacity for more than two decades.

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