Colombo Law participated in the Randolph County Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs (HOFNOD) Expo that was held Saturday, March 28 at the Elkins High School gym. HOFNOD is a nationally recognized drug prevention program, emphasizing the importance of healthy lifestyle choices and living a drug and alcohol-free life.

This is the 9th year that Colombo Law has provided parents with free child photo IDs in the community.  These child photo IDs are basically like a driver’s license for children. It gives the parents a current photo of their child along with the child’s height, weight, hair color, and identifies any distinguishing marks.  In the event a child is lost, the parent will have the child photo ID that they can show to law enforcement. As usual, the child photo ID booth was very busy as we provided 150 child photo IDs to parents throughout the area.

It was an honor for us to participate in the Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs campaign.  Over the years we have given out 1000s photo IDs to parents throughout North Central West Virginia. We are pleased to provide this service to the families in our community.


by Colombo Law
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