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Courthouse Square Kiosk Dedicated To Missing Children

Courthouse Square Kiosk Dedicated To Missing Children & The Kiosk is Named After Michelle Jolene Lakey
Scranton, Lackawanna County- Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley is taking his tradition of organizing programs to help children to the next level with the dedication of a downtown Scranton kiosk to missing children.   
On Saturday, September 14, at 10 AM the kiosk on the Spruce Street side of Courthouse Square will be dedicated with one very special twist – it will be named after Michelle Jolene Lakey.
Members of Ms. Lakey’s family will be in attendance for the event.  Brief remarks will be offered prior to the unveiling of the kiosk’s contents.  Data in the display cases will be updated on a regular basis.     
Two sections of the three-sided kiosk will be utilized.  One panel will highlight missing children from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the other section will feature youngsters from across the nation. 
The most recent statistics note that nearly 750,000 American children are currently missing. 
The Commissioner is hoping that the display will serve a dual purpose – providing an avenue for finding as many children as possible and serving as a reminder to parents to do whatever is necessary to keep youngsters safe. 
The public is invited to attend the ceremony. 

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