Durham Regional Police officers joined forces with the Future Aces Foundation to continue the Positive Ticketing program launched in December 2012. Deputy Chief Scott Burns was on hand at an assembly at West Lynde Public School in Whitby to spread the affirmative message of Future Aces to students.
Led by Bernice Carnegie, daughter of the founder of Future Aces, Herbert H. Carnegie, students were encouraged to be confident in themselves and lead by example. During the assembly, Positive Tickets were given to students who demonstrated the Future Aces creed by D/Chief Burns, Insp. David Saliba and Constables Robin Roychoudhury, Mike Lewis, Marten Wind and Angela Sitaram, who is the Elementary School Liaison Officer for Central West Division.
The Positive Tickets feature the Future Aces creed to remind students of its philosophy and include coupons from various sponsors. Community partners for the program, including the Town of Ajax, the Municipality of Clarington, the City of Oshawa, the City of Pickering, the Town of Whitby, the Township of Scugog, Brock Township, Macs Milk Convenience Stores, McDonalds Restaurants of Durham, Pizza Hut and Starr Burger.
To learn more about The Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation, visit www.futureaces.org.
Future Aces Assembly at West Lynde Public School (JPG file, 32.8K bytes)
Future Aces Assembly at West Lynde Public School (JPG file, 334.4K bytes)
Deputy Chief Burns receives a Positive Ticket from Future Aces (JPG file, 246.6K bytes)
Bernice Carnegie of Future Aces motivates kids to be a positive member of the community (JPG file, 277.1K bytes)