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Mishicot news: Mishicot police to hold child ID event

8:44 PM, Mar. 8, 2014
Mishicot High School pincipal Tom Ellenbecker (far right, in black shirt) collected more than $600 for the Snack Pack program in his Dash for Cash at the Green Bay Gamblers Game in February.
Mishicot High School pincipal Tom Ellenbecker (far right, in black shirt) collected more than $600 for the Snack Pack program in his Dash for Cash at the Green Bay Gamblers Game in February.
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The Mishicot Police Department is holding a free child ID event at the O.H. Schultz Elementary School from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.

The public is invited to have their children fingerprinted and have a DNA cheek swab taken. This information, plus identification cards, will be provided to parents for safekeeping. If an emergency arises, this information can be given to authorities to assist in finding the child. Each ID kit contains a DNA sample, fingerprints, photo, vital identifying information and dental records.

If unable to attend this event, contact the Mishicot Police ...

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