Meigs Kids “Shop with a Cop”


Mason County Wal-Mart was the place to be for five Meigs County children Dec. 21 as Meigs Couny’s own Shop With a Cop program took place. Nathan Sroufe, Gabriel Thurman, Nelson Thurman, Anna Watson and Haylee Watson were escorted by Chief Deputy Charlie Mansfield, Sheriff Keith Wood, Deputy Sheriff Mark Griffin, School Resource Officer Jim Riley and Job, Family Services Officer Joe Barnhart, and parents Samantha Thurman and Sue Watson, respectively. Each child receives a pair of shoes and can pick out anything else of their choice for up to $90, with the other $90 given to the parent. Sheriff Wood said this is the third year that the Meigs County Sheriff Office has participated in the event, and that the funds for the program come through the “Loyalty is Forever” account at both Farmers Bank locations in Pomeroy. The families are typically chosen based on recommendations through Meigs County Job and Family Services. After picking out their presents, which included toys, a tablet and shoes, among others, the kids and their parents were treated to McDonalds.


Mason County Wal-Mart was the place to be for five Meigs County children Dec. 21 as Meigs Couny’s own Shop With a Cop program took place. Nathan Sroufe, Gabriel Thurman, Nelson Thurman, Anna Watson and Haylee Watson were escorted by Chief Deputy Charlie Mansfield, Sheriff Keith Wood, Deputy Sheriff Mark Griffin, School Resource Officer Jim Riley and Job, Family Services Officer Joe Barnhart, and parents Samantha Thurman and Sue Watson, respectively. Each child receives a pair of shoes and can pick out anything else of their choice for up to $90, with the other $90 given to the parent. Sheriff Wood said this is the third year that the Meigs County Sheriff Office has participated in the event, and that the funds for the program come through the “Loyalty is Forever” account at both Farmers Bank locations in Pomeroy. The families are typically chosen based on recommendations through Meigs County Job and Family Services. After picking out their presents, which included toys, a tablet and shoes, among others, the kids and their parents were treated to McDonalds.

Mason County Wal-Mart was the place to be for five Meigs County children Dec. 21 as Meigs Couny’s own Shop With a Cop program took place. Nathan Sroufe, Gabriel Thurman, Nelson Thurman, Anna Watson and Haylee Watson were escorted by Chief Deputy Charlie Mansfield, Sheriff Keith Wood, Deputy Sheriff Mark Griffin, School Resource Officer Jim Riley and Job, Family Services Officer Joe Barnhart, and parents Samantha Thurman and Sue Watson, respectively. Each child receives a pair of shoes and can pick out anything else of their choice for up to $90, with the other $90 given to the parent. Sheriff Wood said this is the third year that the Meigs County Sheriff Office has participated in the event, and that the funds for the program come through the “Loyalty is Forever” account at both Farmers Bank locations in Pomeroy. The families are typically chosen based on recommendations through Meigs County Job and Family Services. After picking out their presents, which included toys, a tablet and shoes, among others, the kids and their parents were treated to McDonalds.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_IMG_2907-001.jpgMason County Wal-Mart was the place to be for five Meigs County children Dec. 21 as Meigs Couny’s own Shop With a Cop program took place. Nathan Sroufe, Gabriel Thurman, Nelson Thurman, Anna Watson and Haylee Watson were escorted by Chief Deputy Charlie Mansfield, Sheriff Keith Wood, Deputy Sheriff Mark Griffin, School Resource Officer Jim Riley and Job, Family Services Officer Joe Barnhart, and parents Samantha Thurman and Sue Watson, respectively. Each child receives a pair of shoes and can pick out anything else of their choice for up to $90, with the other $90 given to the parent. Sheriff Wood said this is the third year that the Meigs County Sheriff Office has participated in the event, and that the funds for the program come through the “Loyalty is Forever” account at both Farmers Bank locations in Pomeroy. The families are typically chosen based on recommendations through Meigs County Job and Family Services. After picking out their presents, which included toys, a tablet and shoes, among others, the kids and their parents were treated to McDonalds.
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