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KMA sponsors Law Enforcement Appreciation


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Local law enforcement officers often work together for the good of the community. This photo, taken during a past Shop with a Cop event, shows Sheriff's Deputy Travis Terrill, far left, talks with Kimball Police officer Dwayne Murdoch while Anthony Osborne with the Kimball County Sheriff's Office keeps an eye on youngsters.

The Kimball Ministerial Association is often called on to assist in times of crisis. Often these volunteers are asked to help families in need of food or shelter and they often work with law enforcement to answer those calls for help.

On May 7, they are hosting a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, with a reception planned from 3 – 5 p.m. at the Trinity United Methodist Church.

The KMA encourages everyone to attend, meet and greet members of our local law enforcement and thank them for their dedication and service to our community.

This is a time set aside to thank those men and women who s...

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