Grace Steifermann presented Safety Net with a donation of $920 from the volleyball fundraiser she organized as part of her leadership class through William Woods. The event was held November 4 at Helias Catholic High School in Jefferson City. Safety Net warmly thanks Grace and the volunteers who organized and worked the event and the players who participated. One hundred percent of the donation will go to support families of fallen officers or first responders.
Dan Drinkard presents a $1,400 check to SafetyNet President Mark Edwards and Board Member Bill Farr. Funds were raised by raffling a Henry rifle. The check was presented during a Trustees meeting in early October.
The So Long Summer Music Fest, for the third year in a row, will donate 100% of the proceeds from the festival to the Safety Net of Missouri, providing financial support to mid-Missouri families of firefighters, law enforcement, EMS and correction officers who suffer a line-of-duty death. All volunteers who help work during the two-night event are public safety officers, or their families and friends. The festival is scheduled for September 22 and 23. Check out event details and hope to see you there!
September is Heroes’ Month at Silver Dollar City! We’re honoring the brave men & women who sacrifice so much to keep our families safe. Silver Dollar City is proud to extend the following offer to Law Enforcement Officers (active & retired), Firefighters (active & retired), EMTs and Active Duty & Retired Military Personnel, as well as their dependents:
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- Heroes – FREE one-day admission with valid photo and department/military ID
- Dependents (up to 4) – Only $31.00 (plus tax, per person) one-day admission
Check the Silver Dollar City website for more information and restrictions.