If you think you might be interested in a fried fish lunch this Friday, November 3, you can get a great meal with all the fixings and help a fantastic cause at the same time.

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This Friday, beginning at 11:00 am, the Bossier Fraternal Order of Police #39 will be working to raise money for the holidays to help The Gingerbread House Children’s Advocacy Center as well as additional funds for several of Bossier Police Officers that are lodge members out with surgeries.

Credit: Bossier City Police Department
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The Gingerbread House Child Advocacy Center works in close collaboration with local law enforcement, child protective services, the district attorney's offices, and medical and mental health professionals to provide the best possible services for abused children and their families.

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Bossier FOP #39 is using a portion of money from this fundraiser to benefit abused children and their families on Thanksgiving and Christmas. They will provide turkeys for the families at Thanksgiving and provide Christmas gifts to the children.

The FOP #39 also has several members that are out with surgeries, and a portion of the money raised will be used to help them.

The Gingerbread House does so much to help the Law Enforcement community, and this is the Bossier Fraternal Order of Police's selfless way to show them how much they are appreciated.

There is no set price per meal. This is DONATION ONLY and the cookout will take place in front of the Bossier City Police Department at 620 Benton Road in Bossier City.

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