$500 reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen items, computers, xbox, games ect.. or for information leading to the capture of the people responsible. If you know who has it, or see it, or who took it just report it to the Police, or to the Center for Human Services, and if your information leads to getting it back, GDI will give you $500. It is that simple!
It is one thing to have someone steal from a business or from someone home or farm. That is pretty bad, and always heart breaking to deal with.
What gets me about this is that the Patterson Teen Center is run by a nonprofit organization The Center For Human Services. They are doing the heavy lifting for all of us people who are too busy to help.
This program is designed to give our youth from ages 12-17 the help and support they need to progress in life in a drug free environment. The cost to these children to attend this program is nothing, but the loss they just experienced can be life changing.
For the complete story in the Patterson Irrigator by Jonathan Partridge Click Here!
Here is a bit more about what the Center For Human Services does for us all.
The CHS Patterson Teen Center is located at 118 N. 2nd Street in the heart of downtown Patterson. The program staff provides positive after-school activities for teens in the Patterson community at a fun and safe "drop in" site for youth. Youth attending the Teen Center can also participate in activities that build their life skills and developmental assets. These activities include: tutoring, homework, assistance, access to a computer lab, community service opportunities, event planning, youth leadership training, recreational activities, job skills development, educational field trips and sports and more.
To Donate Please Click Here! Center for human services Opening Doors Campaign