Police and the chocolate factory

Published on Thu, Aug 9, 2001 by K. Cunningham

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Police and the chocolate factory

By K. Cunningham

Marine Park will be the center of an exciting afternoon as the police raise money for a four legged friend and promote safety issues.

On August 18 at 7 p.m. the Blaine Police will be holding the first annul Safety Fair. The fair includes free car seat checks, free finger printing for kids, buzz hair cuts for kids, Pickles and Daisy the clown, a K-9 demonstrations and a dog show at 8 p.m.

To wrap up the fair there will be a movie in the amphitheater at 10 p.m. While the police department can not advertise the name of the movie, Totally Chocolate is giving a clue – free chocolate bars, some with golden tickets. All children will be given a chocolate bar from Totally Chocolate; three candy bars will have a golden tickets in them. The children who find the golden ticket will win a tour of the chocolate factory with five friends and a lot of chocolate and souvenirs. The children will see the chocolate factory’s storage tank, with 20,000 pounds of chocolate in it, the machines that pump out the chocolate and the chocolate being poured into molds.

A donation of four dollars per person will be asked and ten dollars for a family when entering the movie. Volunteers from Bayside Beauty Salon will give buzz cuts for five dollars. Figaro’s pizza will donate pizza to be sold at the concession stand along, with popcorn. All proceeds from the event will go the K-9 fund..