We ACT To Host 2nd 'Safe Summer Fridays' Event On July 14th

  • 7/12/2017 1:49:03 PM
  • Kelly Stobie
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - We ACT will be hosting the second of four 'Safe Summer Fridays' events on Friday, July 14 at 6 PM at Johns Park.

The goal of 'Safe Summer Fridays' is to create positive relationships between law enforcement and the community.

There will be activities for all ages, free food, giveaways, and community speakers.

Tammy Puff, the Regional Director and Director of Veterans Outreach for the Ohio Attorney General's office, said that these events fit in very well with the mission Mike DeWine has for the Ohio Attorney General's office.

We ACT is a community service organization that aims to respond to community needs when they can, where they can, and however, they can with love peace, respect, and understanding.

If you cannot make it this Friday, the next 'Safe Summer Fridays' event will be on July 21 at John Todd Park.

More information can be found on Councilman Bryant's website, www.donbryant.com, and a calendar of events can be found on We ACT's Facebook page.

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