Chief Tim Lentz brought a crowd today. Emilie Bahr and Tricia Keffer were here to talk about a t-shirt contest that encourages teens to buckle up. The theme is “I got caught wearing my seatbelt” and students can find out more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You have until November 1st to get your design in.
Also with Chief Lentz was Barbara Hebert from Hope House. Below is some info from their website…
Join the fun!
The third annual Men Who Cook will be held on Sunday, November 1, 2015 from 4-7PM on the top level of the Justice Center Parking Garage.
Local “celebrity” cooks will partner with local restaurants to prepare tastings of their favorite dishes in a competitive cook-off. See who’s cooking.
Event tickets and pre-event tip tickets are on sale NOW! Purchase your tickets today and be a part of the fun!
Choose the winners!
Winners will be chosen in two of the three categories by you! YOU purchase “tip tickets” and award them to your favorite cook/restaurant team. Prizes will go to…
Most Money Raised for Hope House (pre-event tip tickets purchased added to event tip tickets awarded)
People’s Choice (most event tip tickets awarded on Nov. 1)
Judge’s Choice (judges will taste each cook/restaurant team’s items and choose a winner)
Even if you can’t attend the event, you can still support your favorite team by purchasing pre-event tip tickets. Just click here…