Making safety exciting


Anna Neu, left, 9, of Sidney, daughter of Justin and Emily Neu, blows up a balloon with carbon dioxide after combining vinegar and baking soda. Helping Anna is National Energy Federation employee Jennifer Clark, of Salt Lake City, Utah, at Holy Angels Catholic School, Friday, Oct. 5. Clark was sent to the school by Vectren to teach kids about natural gas safety.

Anna Neu, left, 9, of Sidney, daughter of Justin and Emily Neu, blows up a balloon with carbon dioxide after combining vinegar and baking soda. Helping Anna is National Energy Federation employee Jennifer Clark, of Salt Lake City, Utah, at Holy Angels Catholic School, Friday, Oct. 5. Clark was sent to the school by Vectren to teach kids about natural gas safety.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Anna Neu, left, 9, of Sidney, daughter of Justin and Emily Neu, blows up a balloon with carbon dioxide after combining vinegar and baking soda. Helping Anna is National Energy Federation employee Jennifer Clark, of Salt Lake City, Utah, at Holy Angels Catholic School, Friday, Oct. 5. Clark was sent to the school by Vectren to teach kids about natural gas safety.

Anna Neu, left, 9, of Sidney, daughter of Justin and Emily Neu, blows up a balloon with carbon dioxide after combining vinegar and baking soda. Helping Anna is National Energy Federation employee Jennifer Clark, of Salt Lake City, Utah, at Holy Angels Catholic School, Friday, Oct. 5. Clark was sent to the school by Vectren to teach kids about natural gas safety.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_SDN100618Vecrten.jpgAnna Neu, left, 9, of Sidney, daughter of Justin and Emily Neu, blows up a balloon with carbon dioxide after combining vinegar and baking soda. Helping Anna is National Energy Federation employee Jennifer Clark, of Salt Lake City, Utah, at Holy Angels Catholic School, Friday, Oct. 5. Clark was sent to the school by Vectren to teach kids about natural gas safety. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News