Mr. Greendahl's class with their collective donation in the amount of $95.27 to Beltrami County Sheriff's Office Project Lifesaver.

This Holiday Season the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office Project Lifesaver received a special gift from a special group of students from an area school. Mr. Greendahl's students from Horace May Elementary wanted to make a contribution to a meaningful and worthy cause rather than doing an individual gift exchange. Through their generosity, Mr. Greendahl's class presented $95.27 to Project Lifesaver.

Project Lifesaver puts technology and training in the hands of public safety to expedite recovering citizens who suffer from cognitive issues or that are prone to wandering. A grant through Autism Speaks allowed Beltrami County to send two deputies to Project Lifesaver Training, purchase the required equipment and three transmitters. Beltrami County joins the 1,400 other participating agencies across 48 states, six Canadian Provinces and Australia who have done 3,000 searches over 16 years. If you are interested in participating in Project Lifesaver, please contact the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office at 218-333-9111.

The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office is very appreciative of the support and donations we have received for Beltrami County's Project Lifesaver.

Phil Hodapp, Beltrami County Sheriff


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