METHUEN – Mayor James P. Jajuga and Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that the Methuen Police Department is hosting a toy drive to benefit children in need this holiday season.
Tickets are currently on sale for the Waltham Firefighters vs Police Charity Hockey Game, which will raise money to help children stricken with pediatric cancer. A full day of fun for the whole family is on tap featuring ice skating, Boston Bruins alumni, music, raffles, food and much more.
The End 68 Hours of Hunger program, is a non-profit community organization that helps provide food to school children that may otherwise go without during their weekend break from school. Rochester’s program, assisted by City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick and sponsored by the Rochester Rotary Club, provides children with meal bags that include two breakfasts, two lunches and three dinners.
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan is pleased to announce that the Arlington Police Department participated in the Katy M. Murphy Foundation’s second annual holiday toy drive this week and helped deliver the toys collected to Boston Children’s Hospital.
METHUEN – Mayor Stephen N. Zanni and Police Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that Methuen police officers, firefighters and city officials will drop off more than 600 gifts to Debbie’s Treasure Chest this weekend as part of their annual toy drive.
METHUEN — Mayor Steve Zanni and Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that the Methuen Police Department and Methuen Police Patrolman’s Union raised $2,920 for Cops for Kids With Cancer through their participation in No Shave November.
READING — Chief Mark D. Segalla is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department has donated $2,525 to Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital program dedicated to helping veterans and their families, through their No Shave November program.
IPSWICH — This month, you may notice something different when you come in contact with Ipswich police officers and dispatchers. As part of Chief Paul A. Nikas’ continuing efforts to expand community involvement, members of the Ipswich Police Department and Ipswich Public Safety Dispatch are participating in the annual No-Shave November campaign.
As part of National Recovery Month, P.A.A.R.I. will host a benefit concert, “Songs for the Angels,” featuring some of Cape Ann’s favorite musicians.
Essex County Chiefs of Police Association (ECCOPA) will host a Comedy Night Fundraiser to benefit the Jimmy Fund.