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2014 FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER
FEBRUARY 2014 EDITION


Thank you for the beautiful bouquet of flowers at the RCC 4-Year Celebration. They were a very nice surprise. - Kam


FEBRUARYACTIVITIES


February 18,2014- Dinner Meeting

General Meeting at the Village Inn for those that are NOT attending the Police Academy. We will be making blankets for Project Linus in lieu of a speaker. Parents, I can use help with this one if you’d like to stay! If you are attending the Police Academy that will count as your meeting night and we’ll see you at the March meeting!


RCC Members are encouraged to apply to the Parker Police Special Needs Police Citizen Academy
Applications must be into the Police Department by Tuesday, February 4th! Applications can be found online.
What is a Police Citizen Academy?
The Special Needs Police Citizen Academy is an academy specifically designed to learn more about your local law enforcement agency and learn the skills to be better prepared in times of emergencies. It is presented in an instructional and friendly environment and is instructed by Police and Fire personnel.

Who is eligible to attend?
Anyone over the age of 14 who resides in Parker or unincorporated Douglas County is eligible to attend this program. Anyone 18 or younger is required to have a parent or guardian signature.

If you have previously attended the Parker Police Special Needs Academy you are eligible to submit an application however you will be placed on a wait list. If space becomes available you will be notified of your acceptance into the current academy.


How much will it cost?
The Parker Police Department’s Citizen Police Academy is provided free of charge. Your only expense will be your time and commitment.

Classes
2014 Special Needs Academy
The Police Citizen Academy will take place on Tuesday evenings at the Parker Police Department beginning Feb. 11 with Graduation commencing March 11.

What topics will be covered?
1. Tuesday, Feb. 11; 5 to 7 p.m. -Introductions, Name Badges, Rules of Conduct and Police Department Tour
2. Tuesday, Feb. 18;5 to 7 p.m. - Be Ready Colorado, 72 Hour Kits and Disaster Preparedness
3. Tuesday, Feb. 25; 5 to 7 p.m. - Fire Safety and Basic First Aid
4. 4. Tuesday, March 4; 5 to 7 p.m. -Crime Scene Investigations
5. Tuesday, March 11; 5to 6 p.m. Emergency Dispatch and Graduation from 6 to 7 p.m.
(Topics subject to change based on instructor availability)

Friends and family are welcome to attend the Graduation and Reception Ceremony. Get your application at Parkeronline.org/police

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
February

04- Megan Duncan
10- Beth Clarke

TOWN OF PARKER EVENTS

February Dance – Valentine’s Sweetheart
When:
Friday, February 14 – Dance
Time: 6:00 – 8:00
Where: Parker Recreation Center
Cost: $5 at the door
Game Night
6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Parker Recreation Center
Zumba Dance Party
6 to 7 p.m. at the PACE Center
Wed. 26
Special Olympics Swim Team
Athletes ages 6 and older will improve swimming skills and personal fitness under the
supervision of experienced coaches. For information, contact Teri at 303.918.5185 or email
terikoren@gmail.com. Team practice is on Sundays from 4 to 6:30 p.m. No participation fee

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

RCC Book Club
The next RCC Book Club will begin Wednesday, April 2nd from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. and run every Wednesday evening in April. You do NOT need to be able to read to be in this Book Club. Parents are welcome to attend. When we finish the book, we will have a potluck dinner. The Book Club will meet at Kam’s house. 5714 N. Stetson Court, Parker 80134 (Pinery)