Letters to the Editor

November 7, 2013

Please support Shop with a Cop

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — Shop with a Cop is approaching our 18th year of service to the children of our country.

We acknowledge and express our appreciation to our local businesses and civic organizations that have made this possible by their generous contributions over the past years.

As usual, the Laurel County Schools Resource Directors will work with us to choose the children who need help.  We want to thank them for their assistance and also the many community volunteers who come out to make the actual shopping day possible.

You can mail your donation to Shop with a Cop Inc., Fraternal Order of Police, Cumberland Valley Lodge #28, P.O. Box 611, London, Ky. 40743; or call 682-0902.  We will be happy to have someone pick up the donation.  Your donation is tax deductible.

We thank you for your interest on behalf of the children.

Yours truly,


Donald Wattenbarger, Chairman

Chris Edwards, President

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