NFDL Food For Families Program Delivers Friday
Deliveries will be made Friday to needy families adopted by the North Fond du Lac Police Benevolent Association for this holiday’s Food for Families program. This year ten families were adopted for the program. North Fond du Lac Police Chief Darren Pautsch says in addition to gifts they use monetary donations to buy grocery cards, gas cards and gift cards the families can use to make purchases. He says that gives the families the discretion of buying things that suit their particular needs. To learn more about the Food for Families program listen to the Behind the Badge program on the Breakfast Club Friday morning Chief Pautsch will be a guest.
In the photo: Officer Jeremy Sternweis, right, of the North Fond du Lac Police Benevolent Association, watched as children from Community United Methodist Church loaded his squad car with graciously donated gifts on December 15 for the families that the Police Benevolent Association adopts for Christmas.
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