Police mark PNP 112th anniv with feeding program PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 August 2013 14:39

Aside from keeping the peace and security in the city, police have shown that they can also involve themselves in community social work through a feeding program held in one of the elementary schools last Thursday as part of the celebration of the 112th Police Service Anniversary.

The program aims to underscore the importance of having nutritional food as a top priority of every parent for their children’s welfare. By having this, children will be able to see the importance of healthy living by eating nutritional food not just in home but also in educational setting. It also aims to inculcate the minds of the students that police service is not only confined to serving the public through crime fighting and law enforcement, but also through self-giving and love as portrayed in the feeding program.

The 200 Grade 1 pupils from the Putik Elementary School was the recipients of the nutritional intake program. Aside from the feeding program, the policemen offered entertainment to the young children through their prepared parlor games. — Gerald C. Belleza/WMSU Masscom Journalism Intern