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Columbia City Police Department prepares for 7th annual Patrolling 4 Presents

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The Columbia City Police Department are gearing up for their 7th annual Patrolling 4 Presents program.
Patrolling 4 Presents is a program that was initiated by local Columbia City police officers and focuses on providing a special Christmas event for the children of Columbia City. This year's celebration will be held at Paige's Crossing-Fun Center, on December 20, from 6-8 p.m. Paige's Crossing-Fun Center is located at 2821 E. Business 30, Columbia City, IN 46725. This party will provide the children with free admission to the facility, inflatable bounce houses, a bag of free tokens for arcade games, pizza, as well as a goody bag filled with various gift cards, coupons and other fun handouts. This program is available to all children living within Columbia City limits.
If you are interested in attending our Patrolling 4 Presents program this year, please call Officer Cook at (260) 229-1373 and provide your child/children's name(s), age(s) and a chaperone that will accompany them. The event is open to school aged children (K-12th grade). RSVPs will be accepted through December 17.
Every penny raised is spent on this event or the gifts provided. If you would like to assist in providing a Christmas dream to our youth, please drop off or mail donations to the Columbia City Clerk's Office located in City Hall at 112 S. Chauncey St. Columbia City, IN 46725. Cash is accepted or you can make checks payable to "Patrolling 4 Presents."


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