Shakopee Police Continue Diaper Drive in Honor of Late Specialist Who Started It

February 11, 2018 06:47 PM

The Shakopee Police Department's annual diaper drive, which goes through Monday, benefits the community's diaper bank, which provides diapers to families who can't afford them.

The collection is also a tribute to Janna Wood, the department's former crime prevention specialist who, along with her unborn baby, died last year when she suffered a brain aneurysm. 


In fact, Wood started the diaper drive, and it's continued in her honor. 

The city says those interested can drop off unused diapers of any size at department headquarters, 475 Gorman St. During off hours, diapers can be left in the entryway. 



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