HELENA -- The Massena Masons will be holding a safety identification event during the Tri-Town Trailblazers Snowmobile Club fundraiser brunch at the Helena Fire Hall from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday morning, Oct. 17.
Bring the family to a fall all-you-can-eat brunch of pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, toast, home fries, juice, coffee, and then take advantage of the free service provided by the local Masons to help protect children and other family members.
The program is open to all families in the county. No appointment is necessary.
Participants will receive a free packet of information to assist law enforcement in the safe recovery of a lost or missing child, student, or adult. All ages are welcome. Permission slips for minor children must be signed by a parent or guardian.
The process includes fingerprinting, photos, and a short questionnaire. All information is given to the parents; only consent forms are retained. Participants receive a laminated photo ID card, a printout, and a CD-ROM containing all information as well as safety tips and materials. .
For more information, contact John Schneider, District Safety ID Chairman, at 250-1765 or email@example.com.