Lace up your running shoes and share in a day of community, hope and prevention this weekend. The Jacob Wetterling Resource Center is hosting the first ever Running Home for Jacob 5K Saturday at Lake Phalen Park in St. Paul.
Minnesotans are being asked to leave their porch light on tonight (thursday) in memory of Jacob Wetterling. Alison Feigh is program manager, at the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center and says it's also a good time to sit down with your kids and talk prevention.
A non-profit organization formed after Jacob Wetterling went missing is turning 25 years old. The "Jacob Wetterling Resource Center" is hosting an event tomorrow (Tuesday) from 3:00 until 6:00 p.m. at their office in Minneapolis. Patty and Jerry Wetterling are speaking at 4:30 p.m. Program Manager Alison Feigh says their two main programs are prevention and advocacy.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) marks 25 years since Jacob Wetterling was abducted outside of his home in St. Joseph and the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center is asking you to do something to create hope and light in the world in honor of Jacob.
Tomorrow (Saturday) is the 22nd anniversary of Jacob Wetterling's abduction. You are being asked by the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center to turn your porch lights on tomorrow night to show your support to the Wetterling family, and other missing children.