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Colorado Springs Police Dept. accepting orders for K9 calendar

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Colorado Springs PD is selling a K9 Calendar to benefit the Cadet Explorer program. Colorado Springs PD is selling a K9 Calendar to benefit the Cadet Explorer program.

Need to pick up an early holiday gift to stash away for the dog lover in your house? 

The Colorado Springs Police Department is now accepting orders for their 2018 K-9 calendar.

They're available for only $15.

All proceeds go towards the Cadet Explorer program.  The program is designed for young men and women between the ages of 14½ and 21 years of age who want to become informed and involved in law enforcement while actively becoming a part of their community.

More information on the program, here - http://www.cspdcadetexplorers.com/

You can order online right now using a form available via Google Drive, here - http://bit.ly/2ge4H8o

Calendars will be available for pickup at the Police Operations Center at 705 S. Nevada starting Saturday, October 14th. 

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