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Child ID Program off and Running for 2015

July 11, 2015
By Ben Marshall
 
The River Front roar marked the First event this year that Local Radio WMOA joined the Washington County Sheriff's office for The Child Identification program. The Child ID program is great service that all of us here at the radio station are very happy to be onboard with and today marked the first of many events in the summer of 2015 where you can get your child a current ID card, and hang out with the WMOA radio staff as well. If you've never gotten an ID card for your child It's very easy, quick, and highly reccomended.
 
Deputies from the Sheriffs office will take down pertinant information about your child, (Height, weight, hair color) and combine it with a picture they take on site, and a finger print, and combine all that onto an ID card much like a liscence. In the event that your child should go missing you have some of the most important information quickly at hand for police. Certainly something you hope to never have to use, but invaluable if you do. 
 
We'll be tagging along with the Sheriffs office at The Sweet Corn Festival on July 18, Belpre Homecoming August 1st and many more events throught out Washington County all the way up to the end Of September. Thanks to everyone that stopped and talked to Laura and I this afternoon we met new friends and neighbors and we're looking forward to the Sweet Corn Festival. 
 
 
 
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