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Businesses make donation for police car striping

Sunday, September 18, 2011

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Pictured with one of the Sharp County Sheriff's Department's new patrol cars are, from left: Sharp County Deputy Steve Chism, Amy, Chip, John and Samuel Kietzmann, Kevin and Holly Kinny, Pamela, Ty and Jeremy Rowland, Jay Burgess and Sheriff Mark Counts. The group donated money to help pay for striping three of the county's new patrol cars.
Members of the business community rallied together recently to purchase stripes for three of the Sharp County Sheriff's Department's new patrol cars.

Sheriff Mark Counts said he is very thankful to the businesses for helping support their county with the contributions. The stipes were completed by Signs by Rick in Highland.

Donating to the cause was Triple R Bail Bonds, Jeremy and Pamela Rowland, Guard Dog Security: Chip and Amy Kietzmann; Comfort Services, Incorporated, Wayne Compton; Kevin and Holly Kinney: Highland Computer and Jay Burgess, Ace Auto Sales.

The crisp green and yellow logos will make the vehicles stand out for both recognition and safety purposes. Some of the business owners challenge other businesses in the area to step forward and help with community aid fundraising project such as the this one in the future.



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