by District Attorney Scott Storey
comments open from Sept. 8 until Sept. 27
The Moose Hill Cantina is joining with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office to help keep kids safe from sexual predators on the Internet. Come and meet Cheezo, the mascot for the DA's Internet and Cell Phone Safety programs for children, get a great meal and help the program all at the same time!
The Moose Hill Cantina location at 955 South Kipling Parkway in Lakewood will donate 50 percent of all food sales on September 13, from 11:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. (dine-in only). The Moosehill Cantina is a family-owned business and owner Ed Janssen is committed to helping educate kids about online predators.
"We really appreciate a chance to partner with the owner of the Moose Hill Cantina to help keep kids safe online,” said DA Scott Storey. “Budgets are lean. The 501(c)(3) Community Partnership was created for situations just like this. There isn’t much money for prevention programs and this program is crucial. We appreciate Ed Janssen’s generosity.”
“This is a great opportunity,” said DA Investigator Mike Harris, “Kids can meet Cheezo and everyone can kick back and enjoy a great meal while supporting our education programs.”
Harris and Cheezo have talked to more than 75,000 kids in Jeffco schools in the last five years. The District Attorney's Child Sex Offender Internet Investigation Unit (CHEEZO) is funded by a 501(c)(3) non-profit.