DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The Dayton Police Department is stepping in to clean up and repair an important place for children.
Volunteers from among the Dayton Police Department ranks will lead and participate in repairs and clean-up of the Life Enrichment Center which was vandalized Monday night.
The area is designated for young children to learn the rules of the road on bikes and promotes safety with wearing helmets.
Dayton Police Major Brian Johns says the vandals caused about $30,000 in damage.
The event is scheduled for Friday at 9 a.m., and community volunteers are welcome to join in.
Volunteers should park in the Life Enrichment Center’s rear parking lot and bring work gloves, brooms, tools, etc.
2 NEWS will be there Friday when volunteers clean up the damage. You can see full coverage of the cleanup and hear from the volunteers who made it happen on WDTN starting at 5.