Annually on the last Friday of October, people of all ages, get together wearing red, to celebrate the life and memory of Daniel Morcombe.

On Friday, October 29, Kimberley Park State School, spent the morning doing just that.

Kicking off early, approximately 250 students, teachers and parents walked a delightful 2km walk in the not too hot weather from Mandew Park, Loganholme to the school.

Police from the Loganlea Police Beat, Loganholme Police Station and the Logan District Crime Prevention Unit were lucky enough to spend the morning with this wonderful group on this special walk.

Day for Daniel
Day for Daniel

The Loganholme police crew helped with traffic control, making the schools ‘Day for Daniel’ walk to school a safe one. The walkers even got a few beeps from passing motorists, showing their support.

Upon returning to the school, the Loganlea Police Beat and Logan Crime Prevention Unit met with the grade five and six cohorts for a presentation on bullying and physical violence at school.

“The day was an absolute success and a credit to everyone involved, helping to promote this very important messaging in keeping our kids safe,” said Senior Constable Lou Carey.

“We can’t wait to gather again in 2022 to again remember Daniel and promote child safety in our community.”

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