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Public Safety Night With The Green Bay Blizzard

PCMCU is sponsoring an exciting event with the Green Bay BLIZZARD!

PUBLIC SAFETY NIGHT

SUNDAY, MAY 19th – 3:05PM

PRESENTED BY: PCM Credit Union & WFRV TV LOCAL 5

GIVEAWAY: TRADING CARDS TO THE FIRST 1,000 KIDS (12 & UNDER)

SPECIAL: PUBLIC SAFETY DEMONSTRATIONS BEFORE THE GAME AND

VEHICLES ON DISPLAY AT 1:30PM. PLUS SPECIAL HALFTIME COMMUNITY PRESENTATION WITH EYE HEART WORLD!

Don’t miss out on an afternoon of Great Family Fun, Education, and Community Spirit!

Call (920) 499-BLIZ (2549) to reserve your COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS!

Activities leading up to this special event!

  • May 6th-18th, PCMCU will have information regarding Human Trafficking available in both the Green Bay and Marinette credit union offices. All materials provided by Eye Heart World (EHW), Each of the EHW initiatives is rooted in aftercare for human trafficking survivors, prevention for at-risk youth, or awareness training for first responders and the community.
  • Thursday, May 9th, 12pm- 1pm Visit PCMCU in Green Bay to meet Bruiser of the Green Bay Blizzard and pick up an Orange Rose in support of the Rose Home in Green Bay. The Rose Home is an empowering, holistic residential program for survivors of sex trafficking, ages 18-25. The program provides trauma-informed therapy, life skills, and workforce preparation as the residents receive the care they need to heal from their trauma and live full, empowered lives.

Sunday, May 19th, Bring a gently used article of women’s clothing to the Resch Center on Game Day May 19th. In the Resch Center lobby you will receive an Orange Bag for your clothing donation and get to participate in the FIRST EVER – “Orange Rose” toss at half-time. The clothing will provide inventory for a new enterprise allowing the residents of the Rose Home to create an online thrift store, which will in turn offer them work opportunities to help them with self-sufficiency, develop retail business skills… and most importantly provide a sense of hope and purpose in their lives.

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