Ident-A-Kid celebrates 25 years in Chilliwack

The next Ident-A-Kid event is scheduled for Sept. 26 at Cottonwood Mall.

Joann Browning holds 14-month-old grandson

Above, Joann Browning holds 14-month-old grandson, James Brown, as Jordan Baker with 879 (Earl MacLeod) RCAF Wing Air Force takes his hand prints during Ident-A-Kid at Cottonwood Mall last Saturday.

Ident-A-Kid is a child safety community service program where children are fingerprinted and photographed. The info is put onto an ID card for the parents/guardians in case misfortune happens to the child.

In Chilliwack, the program has been offered for 25 years and more than 6,900 children have been fingerprinted, photographed, and put on the ID cards.

The next Ident-A-Kid is scheduled for Sept. 26 at the mall.

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