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NFDL Police Benevolent Assoc. adopts area families; made possible by community support

2:08 PM, Jan. 3, 2013  |  Comments
Officer Shawn Hendrix, right, of the North Fond du Lac Police Benevolent Association picked up gifts that were generously donated by Community United Methodist Church on Dec. 16 for the adopted families that the association sponsors. From left: Sue West and Kylan West.
Officer Shawn Hendrix, right, of the North Fond du Lac Police Benevolent Association picked up gifts that were generously donated by Community United Methodist Church on Dec. 16 for the adopted families that the association sponsors. From left: Sue West and Kylan West.
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The North Fond du Lac Police Department/Police Benevolent Association concluded its annual "Food for Families" program on Dec. 20 by delivering gifts and other items to eight area families that the department adopted this holiday season.

Each year, a number of area individuals, families, clubs, organizations, churches, schools, and businesses help make this program possible through their generous contributions. The Benevolent Association would like to thank everyone who made this year another great success.

Those that helped make this year's program possible include:

? Community United Methodist Church of NFDL; and Women's Fellowship

? St. Paul's Lutheran Church of North Fond du Lac

? American Legion Dreier Bushee-Vanderboom

? Friendell Trail Association Snowmobile Club

? NFDL Optimists

? Women of Presentation

? AMVET Post 41 and Auxiliary

? US Bank of NFDL

? NFDL Optimists

? Presentation CCD classes

? NFDL Village staff

? Jenz Bar Central

? Several gracious citizens

? Several anonymous donors

This is the 26th year that the North Fond du Lac Police Department/Police Benevolent Association has been adopting families during the holiday season.

Anyone interested in contributing to the 2013 Food for Families campaign should contact Karie Tackett or Teresa Mielkie at the North Fond du Lac Police Department at 920-s929-3760.

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