Friday, October 16, 2009
sponsored by Graue Inc.

Child ID program at library to be held again Thursday

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[October 16, 2009]  The Lincoln Public Library and Lincoln Police Department are sponsoring a second Child ID Day on Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. The Oct. 15 turnout was quite large, and due to computer problems, some families were asked to return. If you missed the first day or wish to return to finish the process, please visit the library Oct. 22.

Parents may bring children to the library annex to receive a packet to be used in locating missing children. Recommended ages are 3 to 13 years old. Parents are asked to bring the child's date of birth and Social Security number for inclusion in the material. An officer will take digital fingerprints and photos to be used in the packet, which is then given to the parents to keep.

There is no charge, but those who wish to participate are asked to arrive at the library no later than 5:45 p.m.

[Text from file received from Louella Moreland, Lincoln Public Library District]

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