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Missouri College Invites the Community to Help Protect Their Children with MOCHIP
Parents take hundreds of steps to protect their family from harm. But if something were to happen to a child, Missouri College and MOCHIP wants to make sure you and your family are prepared. With the chaos of summer in full-swing, Missouri College invites St. Louis families to pause for an afternoon of child identification, protection planning, and education this Saturday, June 30.
Missouri College is hosting the open house in coordination with the Missouri Child Identification & Protection Program (MOCHIP), and all families are welcome to attend. All events are free of charge.
MOCHIP Child ID is designed to provide families the means of preparation should a child or teen go missing. The photographs, finger prints, and identification card help families prepare for the worst. This MOCHIP event is part of the larger The Masonic Children’s Foundation program, with Polar Star-Rose Lodge No. 79 being the sponsors of this event. The Foundation retains no information concerning the children—only a signed permission form is retained by the Foundation for statistical purposes.
|Where||Missouri College 1405 S Hanley Rd, Brentwood, MO 63144|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–2:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Everyone, Kids, Families|
More About Missouri College
Missouri College is a professional college offering programs in dental, health care, business administration and massage therapy. These short-term professional programs are as short as 9 - 11 months, and prepare students to enter directly into their chosen professions.
Programs are taught by working professionals and the students practice their skills in clinical settings. Class times are varied and flexible enough to work around a busy schedule, and class sizes are limited to ensure quality instruction.