Lundi, 26 Octobre 2020
Dernières nouvelles
Principale » 'Santa Cop' pairs police with kids to spread holiday cheer

'Santa Cop' pairs police with kids to spread holiday cheer

17 Décembre 2017

Kagome Matousek, 12, picked out a Littlest Pet Shop toy and other items with help from Officer Kelsey O'Donnell.

Community volunteers helped with gift wrapping in a station hidden from family members.

Each year hundreds of children are treated to a free shopping spree called "Shop With a Cop" - a service of the St. Francois County Sheriff's Department via St. Francois County Sheriff's Association Shop with a Cop organization. Officers said they choose kids who are less fortunate, and are good kids. Each child received approximately $100 to spend on gifts. "She's really artistic", her mother Patrice Partlow said.

Once each child picked their gifts to give, they brought them back to the community center to wrap them with the troopers.

It's hard to tell you who was more excited Saturday for the first Shop with a Cop event at Target in Vacaville - the adults or the children. "Obviously, we get a lot out of it, but the kids get so much more". "Especially to see how happy they are because of the program".

Pawan Kalyan's 'Agnyaathavaasi' teaser out, promises action-packed entertainer
They have started sharing their expectations about the teaser popularly using the hash tags - #AgnyaathavaasiTeaser and #PSPK25. The music is composed is by Anirudh Ravichander and lyrics penned by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry.

Shop With a Cop was then quickly shaped together, he said. She said the city of Ferguson started theirs two years ago and had 60 kids participate on Wednesday.

"We consider our program to be the "Flagship" of similar law enforcement programs offering kids a full holiday shopping experience...", stated Gloucester County Sheriff D.W. Warren, Jr.in a press release.

Naperville officers said their union has been sponsoring the event for more than a decade.

About 30 officers paired up with one family each and escorted them through the Jefferson Avenue store.

'Santa Cop' pairs police with kids to spread holiday cheer