Williston Moose Lodge #239, the Williston Police Department, and the Williams County Sheriff's Office have joined forces to bring a big effort to the community. This event, which is being hosted by the Safe Surfin' Foundation Child Identification Event, is the result of this unique relationship.

When: Saturday, September 30, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: Williston Moose Lodge, located at 101 1st Ave West in Williston, North Dakota (admission for the whole family is encouraged).

This event, which is being sponsored by Williston Moose Lodge #239, is completely free of charge for all who like to participate and even provides a free lunch for those who do so. What is the major purpose of it? Providing parents with the critical information that law enforcement would need in the terrible event that their child went missing or was kidnapped is an important step that can be taken.

Notably, your data is not going to be compromised in any way. There will be no record kept of any of the information that was gathered by Safe Surfin, Williston Moose Lodge #239, or the law enforcement agencies. Every information will be swiftly delivered to the parents for their protection and storage, ensuring that they will have access to it whenever it is required.

Not only does the Safe Surfin Foundation place a high priority on shielding young people from potential dangers, but it also actively educates them on how to make safe and responsible use of the fast-developing technological landscape of today. The organization was established in 1998 by committed law enforcement experts.

Here is another event put on by reputable agencies to keep our kids safe!

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