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Lorraine Shore - Neighborhood Watch

Lorraine Shore is our local Neighborhood Watch contact.

Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime, solve problems, and improve the quality of life in your area. In it you will get to know and work with your neighbors, and learn how to:

  • Recognize and report crimes and suspicious activities
  • Protect yourself, your family, and your property,
  • Protect your neighbor’s family and property, and
  • Identify crime and disorder problems in your area work with the Sheriff’s Office to solve them.

Combining Federal, State, County, and other community support agencies, programs and groups into a cohesive “team” effort results in the power of numbers and allows for development of informed group consensus. This involves all elements of the community in the search for solutions.

Happy Bucks for May
 
Happy Bucks for May is Polio Plus - There are just 2 countries and 9 cases of active polio left in the world.  
 

In 2015, the world saw historic progress against the paralyzing disease, with just two countries – Afghanistan and Pakistan – reporting a single strain of the wild virus. If the current momentum is strengthened, this year may mark the last case of wild poliovirus.

"We are closer than ever to achieving a polio-free world," said Michael K. McGovern, chair of Rotary's International PolioPlus Committee. "To ensure that no child ever again suffer the devastating effects of this disease, we must all ensure that the necessary funds and political will are firmly in place in 2016."

 
Stories
Lorraine Shore - Neighborhood Watch

Lorraine Shore is our local Neighborhood Watch contact.

Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime, solve problems, and improve the quality of life in your area. In it you will get to know and work with your neighbors, and learn how to:

  • Recognize and report crimes and suspicious activities
  • Protect yourself, your family, and your property,
  • Protect your neighbor’s family and property, and
  • Identify crime and disorder problems in your area work with the Sheriff’s Office to solve them.

Combining Federal, State, County, and other community support agencies, programs and groups into a cohesive “team” effort results in the power of numbers and allows for development of informed group consensus. This involves all elements of the community in the search for solutions.

Happy Bucks for May
 
Happy Bucks for May is Polio Plus - There are just 2 countries and 9 cases of active polio left in the world.  
 

In 2015, the world saw historic progress against the paralyzing disease, with just two countries – Afghanistan and Pakistan – reporting a single strain of the wild virus. If the current momentum is strengthened, this year may mark the last case of wild poliovirus.

"We are closer than ever to achieving a polio-free world," said Michael K. McGovern, chair of Rotary's International PolioPlus Committee. "To ensure that no child ever again suffer the devastating effects of this disease, we must all ensure that the necessary funds and political will are firmly in place in 2016."

 
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Sage