"Who of you knows what you need something?" Asks kindergarten director Walberg Vollmer, is holding up a reflective safety vest. "This one is seen by motorists better," calls the five-year Jacob.
So as other boys and girls from kindergarten of the windmill village, they are easily recognizable in the future on the road. They received 50 safety vests, sponsored by Active per Streamer and Stahlberg.
This company donation Doris Glen has "seen let yourself" on Tuesday their private initiative continues. Together with Karl-Heinz Stahlberg, co-owner of the sponsor, they handed over the gift. 700 children in 13 kindergartens and neighboring communities have already been equipped with it as part of the action, explained Glen. Similar initiatives of trade associations had brought the idea of "something to do here as a meaningful thing for kindergartners".
Elsewhere it was standard practice for a long time that children wore those vests with reflective tape. "I'm trying to spread the here," said Glen. Anyone who wants to support their action, for instance, could fill the donation boxes that stood in petrol stations and shops. "This is an investment in the safety of children, which helps to avoid accidents," says the initiator.
"This is a project that we support," says Stahlberg. The issue of mobility and children has the company "on the screen". As a father of five children there is also a personal connection for him.
"I think it's a great thing that fits perfectly into the season," says Vollmer. You darkened a room lit with a flashlight to the west and clarified the children so vividly the reflective effect of the strip. The reflective vests are to be equipped by their words with the logo of the municipal nursery and the name of his young visitors.