Ludington Police to “Stache For Cash” to Fund Annual ‘Shop With a Cop’
The Ludington Police Department is rolling out a new idea to raise funds for their annual “Shop with a Cop.”
Officer Chad Skiba, the School Resource Officer, came up with a great idea to help donate money.
That idea — “Stache for cash”
Starting Thursday, the department began taking part in the initiative which allows male officers to grow a goatee or mustache.
Since the actions essentially break department policy, depending on the choice of facial hair, the officers will be “fined” $1 for each day they are in violation.
Mustache pins have also been ordered for female departmental members who chose to participate.
Officers hope to draw attention to the Pie Auction, Shop with a Cop, and Shop with a hero.
If you would like to give money yourself, donations should be made out to the Ludington Police Department-Shop with a Cop and can be dropped off at the Ludington City Hall or Ludington Police Department.
Event Dates Include:
“Shop with a Cop” Pie auction – November 21st.
“Shop with a Cop” (Walmart) – December 12th at 5:30.
“Shop with a hero” (Meijer) – December 13th at 5:30.