CAT Recovery Services, Inc. showed its support for safety education in Cobb by recently donating $25,000 to sponsor the construction of a store front in the Safety Village's model-sized village. The company is based in Kennesaw and employs certified technician who help when homes have been flooded or significantly-damaged by storms, fires or mold. The Junior League of Cobb-Marietta also recently donated $2,500 to the Safety Village. It's an organization of almost 400 women committed to improving communities through effective action and leadership. The safety village is a child-size representation of Cobb, complete with trees and scaled-down models of operative buildings with signage, streets, traffic lights and homes. The site has four distinct areas, each presenting the opportunity to teach children how to react when faced with fire, crime and disaster emergencies, as well as drug and alcohol awareness and pedestrian safety. Residents can help build a path to a safer future by buying personalized brick pavers to be placed at the village or donating money. For more information on the village or donating, visit cobbcounty.org/safetyvillage.