NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Middle Tennessee chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers has donated 50 child safety seats to various organizations.
Getting the seats were Outlook Nashville; Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center; Nurses for Newborns Foundation of Tennessee; Hope Clinic for Women; Agape; the Kings Daughter Day Home, and county health departments including Rutherford, Wilson, Montgomery and Sumner counties.
Established in 1947, the chapter has more than 250 members in the safety and health professions.
It uses proceeds from a driver's school to buy the seats.
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