Students from Academy, Audie Murphy, and Eastern Hills Middle School will converge on the Bell County Expo Center to learn a thing or two.

It's the 2017 Bell County Progressive Agriculture Safety Day Thursday at the Bell County Expo Center.

Over 650 students and teachers will gather together, then split up into smaller groups, and go to different station set-ups to learn about being safe doing different things. Stations will include...

  • ATV Safety
  • Bicycle Safety
  • Chemical Safety
  • Drug Awareness
  • Fire Safety
  • First Aid
  • Lawn Equipment Safety
  • Passenger Safety
  • Water Safety
  • Weather Safety

This will be one of 20 sites set up around Texas this year. Texas A&M AgriLIfe Extinsion Service - Bell County is this years event Coordinators. Over 400 presentations are planned in 37 states, American Samoa, and 9 Canadian Provinces.