9/28: Kids n’ Cops Fundraiser


Altoona (KIDS N’ COPS)- If you ever wanted to be waited on by Eau Claire County’s finest, you will have the chance to do so on Monday and you can help benefit “Kids n’ Cops”.

Kids n’ Cops unites Eau Claire County Law Enforcement Officers with at risk youth between the ages of 4-11. Donations and fundraisers allow the program to create a special experience for these young people. Officers take them shopping at Target for essential winter clothing and school items and they are also able to pick out a toy. The day also includes lunch.

Head on down to Altoona Family Restaurant Monday, September 30th to help raise money for this great cause. It will be from 7:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. that night. Eau Claire County Deputy Sheriffs and other local law enforcement officers will help seat customers and serve beverage. Donations are accepted and appreciated. You can donate now by calling Dianne at 715-839-6282

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