Genoa Cops CUFF Cancer


The police officers from the Genoa, Kingston and Kirkland Police Departments will be hosting an event to help fight cancer. The Genoa Police will host an afternoon of fun to celebrate the kickoff of “No-Shave November“. Building off the success of last year’s “No-Shave November”, Genoa Police Department has invited police officers from Kingston and Kirkland to join forces to “C.U.F.F. Cancer”. (Cops United For Fighting Cancer)

The Genoa Police Department will be hosting this event on Saturday, November 2nd from 1 pm-3 pm. It will be an afternoon filled with face painting, touch a squad car, bouncy house fun, and coffee from ‘OpenDoor Coffee’. This event is to help raise awareness that the area police officers will be joining forces in raising money to help fight cancer. The department asks that you come out and experience the fun. For those children that can’t quite grow a beard or mustache, they’ll be able to get one painted on to show that they are joining the force as junior police officers in fighting cancer. All departments will have police vehicles on display for all ages to take photos and tours. The event will be held at the Genoa Police Department, 33 East First Street in Genoa, Illinois.

“This will be a great day of fun and community unity”, said Genoa Chamber of Commerce Director Cortney Strohacker. “Small town charm with people that care.”

Please go to the team page and donate anything possible to help the Genoa Police CUFF Cancer.

Contribute to the cause at:

CUFF Cancer Project – Genoa Police Dept.333 E. First Street, Genoa, Illinois 60135

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