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Employees raised those funds for Shop with a Cop during their bake sale. Vacation rentals for every style Get the amount of space that is right for you Homes Comfortable places with all the essentials Hotels. Deputy Michael Hupp helping a young boy find the perfect gift. Top-rated vacation rentals in Racine Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.
Wood receiving funds from the Farmers Bank in Tupper Plains. Wood shared he encourages his community to support this program.
The participating officers with their cruisers. It exudes warmth and nature from the 30 acre forest where it sits, to the ponds, to the carefully crafted and recently remodeled home.
Wood explained that the Meigs County Sheriff Office has fundraising projects throughout the year to earn money for the end of the year program. No matter which way you look, there's something pleasing to the eye and soothing to the soul. The farm house sits just below the top of a hill with a nice view of a farm field that the cows enjoy grazing on.
All of the officers. Following breakfast, everyone participating in the program loaded up and headed to Wal-Mart to shop for Christmas gifts and winter clothing items for the.
Wood expressed this year has had the highest of children to be involved. Guests can enjoy relaxing on the rap around porch, taking walks, and using the fire pit. On Thursday morning, several officers prefect workers from local law enforcement agencies, workers from Meigs County Jobs and Family Services, and 30 children overtook a corner of Bob Evans restaurant in Mason to start Shop with a Cop with a warm breakfast and greetings from Santa Claus.
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ouio Use it as a hub to discover the area, or as a get-away to find the peace you crave in your hectic life. Wood added that local officers also share the names of children they come across while on duty. By Erin Perkins - eperkins aimmediamidwest. Pam Patterson giving out gift bags to the children provided by the Rutland Volunteer Fire Department.
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Sheriff Keith O. It is perfect for couples, small families, and well-behaved dogs who want to run free in the acre and a half fully fenced yard.
Wildlife Officer Chris Gilkey helping a young girl choose the perfect gift. The cabin is also close to Pomeroy, located on the scenic Ohio River, and two local wineries. Wood with Santa Claus at Bob Evans. This is the family farm that I grew up on as and currently where my father lives in the main house and tends to the hay fields and approximate 30 head of cattle. Sweet Peace Forest is wide open with plenty of windows to capture nature from every angle.
Deputy Brandy King helping a young girl choose a pillow.