Third annual Constable Catherine Campbell Kids Awareness Day set for May 18
TRURO, N.S. – Some of Catherine Campbell’s work will continue, as children and police officers gather for a fun event in her memory.
The third annual Constable Catherine Campbell Kids Awareness Day will be held at Truro Civic Square May 18.
“We’re just carrying on Catherine’s memory,” said her mother, Susan Campbell. “She wanted kids to be comfortable with police in uniform and she always had time to talk to kids. I feel it’s important to get the message out.”
She and her husband, Dwight, will be at the event, which will include face painting, bouncy houses, food, and tours of the police station. Children will also be able to explore some of the police, EHS and town vehicles. A colouring contest, for Grade 2 students at Truro schools, is being held and the winners will be announced during the day.
The event will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 18.
The third annual Constable Catherine Campbell Kids Awareness Day will be held May 18. Holding the banner are, from left, Deputy-chief Jim Flemming, Erin Adams, Const. Scott Milbury, Susan Campbell, Debbie Reid, Const. Peter Cullip and Dwight Campbell.