This week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone from 99.5 WYCD takes a look at Halloween safety and various organizations helping to make it a safe and trouble free holiday.
First, Detroit Police Captain Darwin Roche and Officer Wendy Flanagan from the Detroit Police Department Community Liaison Office discuss the plans for Devil’s Night and Halloween and the community groups who are helping in this effort.READ MORE: MSU Police: Tip From Private Investigator Led To Discovery Of Body Believed To Be Brendan Santo
Next, Neighborhood Organizer Roberta Socia talks about the “Halloween on Tillson Street in Romeo, MI” annual event that includes a community food drive as well as a candy giveaway to an anticipated 20,000 visitors.
After that, Adrienne Gasperoni, Youth and Family Programs Director for Turning Point, talks about their fourth annual “Trunk or Treat” Family event that provides a fun and safe opportunity for children to gather treats while raising money to support the programs at Turning Point.READ MORE: The Aboriginal Australian Legend of the Seven Sisters - Legends of the Hidden Temple
Finally, WWJ NewsRadio 950’s Kathryn Larson presents an update on her story about a metro-Detroit child with cerebral palsy who received stem cell treatment and the remarkable changes that have taken place.
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