The “Be Sun Safe” Program Taught Kids the Importance of Sunscreen


On Wednesday, July 13th, Anne Arundel Dermatology joined with the Queen Anne’s County 4-H at the “Be Sun Safe” program at the Kent Island library. Approximately twenty children attended this program and Ms. Sally Rosenberry was the lead educator. She brought an educational sun safety activity for the children. While using UV/UVB beads, the children were able to show the importance of applying sunscreen. They were able to see the difference when sunscreen was applied and not applied to the beads by the the light color change verses the bright vibrant colors of the beads in the sun. The children were very receptive to the activity and a lot of fun was had by the whole group. AAD provided goodie bags for everyone, which included information on our Eastern Shore locations, sunscreen, koozie, sun bracelet and sunscreen.






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