The Mar-Mac Police District has again put into effect their child safety and drug education program for the children and their parents. However, as before, we need your help.
For the 24th year, the Mar-Mac Police District will be providing child safety and drug education materials for the MFL MarMac students and their parents. These materials have been designed exclusively by the Nation Child Safety Council, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization dedicated to the safety of children. This vital program will assist us in teaching children to live safely. We strongly believe that by making our children aware, we can help prevent a tragic loss.
Every officer with the agency is confident that child safety can be achieved if children and their parents are educated on safety. That is our objective! Will you join us? In order to help cover the cost of these materials, we are asking you, the people, businesses, industrial, and professional leaders of Marquette and McGregor for assistance in providing safety materials and services for the children.
The cost to provide these materials are $3.90 per child, or about $100 per classroom. All of the received contributions stay within the MFL MarMac Community School District. An acknowledgement of those who supported this program will be listed on the prestige page of all activity manuals under the heading:
“PROVIDED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY PEOPLE WHO CARE”
Through March 10, 2019, contributions can be delivered or mailed to the Mar-Mac Police District (PO Box 69, 319 Pleasant Drive, Marquette, IA 52158-0069), online (Program #: IA 22-C-1), or by calling 1-877-472-3377. Please make checks payable to NATIONAL CHILD SAFETY COUNCIL, Federal Tax ID #38-6035290.
On behalf of the Mar-Mac Police District, thank you in advance for your continued, and new, support. Your help is greatly appreciated and will surely reflect itself through the children of our communities. If you have any questions about the program, don’t hesitate to call or email. Our office telephone number is (563) 873-2500.
Chief Robert Millin
Mar-Mac Police District