Residents at the Reserve at Gwynedd recently held their second annual car show. We were proud to participate again, with our DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) car, and the event was a success!
UGPD was humbled to receive a generous donation from the proceeds of the car show in the amount of $2,850. These funds will help us continue the DARE program in our schools and will pay for books,lesson plans, and other educational materials.
While Upper Gwynedd remains a safe community to live and work, we are not immune from the nationwide opioid epidemic. Education through programs like DARE is even more important now - to educate and protect our children from drug abuse.
The men and women of UGPD are proud to have the support of our community. We are very appreciative of the Reserve at Gwynedd for helping us in our mission to keep people, especially children, safe!
- David W. Duffy, Chief of Police
Pictured from left to right: Upper Gwynedd Commissioner James Santi, Detective Sergeant Ted Caiola, Tori Graves, Art Gordon, Millie Selberlich, Joel Cooperman, Co-Chair, Fran Darby, Police Chief David Duffy, Anthony Santangelo, Upper Gwynedd President Commissioner Kenneth Kroberger (not pictured: Andy Cohen, Co-Chair).