‘Block Watch’ for Barriere? Find out how Mar. 28

The Barriere Community Consultative Group in conjunction with the District Of Barriere and the local RCMP are asking for public input and involvement in establishing a local “Block Watch” under the Block Watch Society.

“This is a very useful tool in keeping down crime, violence, bullying, theft and child safety in our town,” says resident James Robert Secord, “ And the town has voted to pay Block Watch membership fees for approved applicants.” Secord is working hard to encourage residents to learn more about establishing a Block Watch in Barriere by attending the next Barriere Community Consultative Meeting on Mar. 28, at the Ridge, starting at 4 p.m. You can also contact Jim Secord at hotrodjim- 34@hotmail.ca or phone 250 320-3477.

Go to: www.blockwatch.com

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