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YMCA to support Fargo first responders with free childcare during Officer Jake Wallin’s memorial service

Fargo, North Dakota – In light of the Celebration of Life for Officer Jake Wallin of the Fargo Police Department, who recently fell in the line of duty, the YMCA has announced an initiative to support first responders. To allow these personnel to attend the memorial service, the YMCA will be providing free childcare.

The memorial service for Officer Wallin is set to occur on Wednesday, July 26 at 1:00 p.m., hosted at the Scheels Arena. In an effort to support those who wish to attend, the YMCA will offer childcare services from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. These services will be available at both the Fercho and Schlossman YMCA locations, catering to children across all age groups. A snack, strictly nut-free, will be offered to each child under their care during this period.

The YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties has extended their condolences to the family and colleagues of Officer Wallin. The organization released a statement expressing their gratitude towards Officer Wallin for his invaluable service and his commitment to ensuring the safety of his community. The YMCA reaffirmed its support for the first responders who stand by them daily, pledging their assistance during their hour of need.

To secure a complimentary spot for their child, first responders are encouraged to reach out to the YMCA Member Services desk at the contact number 701.293.9622.

The Fercho YMCA is situated at 400 1st Avenue South, while the Schlossman YMCA can be found at 4243 19th Avenue South, both in Fargo.

Jimmy Hathaway

Having spent my formative years in the beloved city of Grand Forks, I eventually relocated to Fargo during my second decade of life. The passion for journalism runs deep within my bloodline, as numerous close relatives have been, and some continue to be, engaged in the field as reporters and journalists. Outside of my professional pursuits, I cherish the moments spent in the company of my family.

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