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Home  |  News  |  Columbia Police kick off annual “Fan the Heat” program

Columbia Police kick off annual “Fan the Heat” program
Thursday, June 2, 2011

COLUMBIA, SC - Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott announced today the annual kick off for “Fan the Heat” program. Chief Scott stated the Columbia Police Department is once again asking for support from the public and the business community for boxed fans, air conditioners and monetary donations to restock our supplies.

Fan the Heat is a program implemented by the Columbia Police Department in 1995. The program was designed to help senior citizens and families with disabled children. Since its’ inception in 1995 the Columbia Police Department, businesses, churches and citizens have funded the program.

Chief Scott would like to thank everyone for their support as we begin our 16th year of “Fan the Heat”. For more information or to make donations please contact the Columbia Police Department Crime Prevention Unit at (803) 545-3555 or North Region Headquarters at (803) 401-8810.

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