Eagle County Sheriff’s Office: Shop with a Cop 2017 was a huge success; thanks to all donors
The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office would like to send out a huge thank-you to the community, our partners and sponsors of our second annual Shop with a Cop event. This magical evening was enjoyed by all on Monday, Dec. 11, and proved to be an extremely worthwhile event.
This year’s event gave a unique holiday experience to close to 100 local elementary school-age children in total. Each child was paired with a first responder, given $100, an hour to shop at Walmart, a holiday meal basket and time to wrap their gifts and eat dinner with everyone on this special night.
The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office partnered with local law enforcement agencies, fire departments and paramedics to bring this very special event to our local elementary school children, and it was all made possible because of our generous private and public donors. The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office would like to send out a very special thank-you to everyone who helped to make this event possible, including:
4 Eagle Ranch, American Gypsum, The Bookworm of Edwards, City Market in Eagle, CNC Automotive, Collette Enterprises, Colorado State Patrol, Costco, Down Valley Tires, Eagle County Crime Stoppers, Eagle County TV 18, Eagle Police Department, ECO Transit, Eagle County Sheriff’s Office, WECMRD Edwards Field House, Gypsum Recreation center, Fraternal Order of Police, Gypsum Fire Protection District, Greater Eagle Fire Protection District, Eagle River Fire Protection District, Gemini Gardens, Gore Range Brewery (Let the French Begin), Gourmet Cowboy, town of Gypsum, Gypsum Gardens (Spring Valley Greenhouse), Home Depot, Heidi’s Deli, Holy Cross Energy, Kirby Cosmos BBQ Bar, Magusto’s, town of Minturn, Napa, O’ Riley Auto parts, PSI Plumbing, Ridley’s Family Market, Route 6 Café, Sagebrush Services, Santa Claus, Sticky Fingers Café, Sysco, Two Valley Tires, Tu Casa, Turntable Restaurant, Vail TV8, Village Market, West End Food Bank, Walmart and Wells Fargo Avon.
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