DINNER TUESDAY BENEFITS CAPTURE PROGRAM
The Port Huron Police Department is hosting the annual Cops and Jocks Spaghetti dinner Tuesday as a benefit for the CAPTURE program, which is a secret witness hotline for people to anonymously report crime. Police Chief Michael Reaves tells our Paul Miller the CAPTURE program is one that's worth keeping, and that's because it's effective. The cost of the dinner is $10-dollars per person and includes bread, salad, and spaghetti served by either a Port Huron Police Officer or a Radio First disc jockey from WSAQ, WBTI, WHLS, and WPHM. All proceeds go to the CAPTURE Program. It takes place from 4pm to 8pm at the Seaway Terminal along Military Street. Tickets are available at the Port Huron Police Department and Radio First, or can be purchased at the door. Raffles are also held during the dinner.