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Atchison Elks donate to law enforcement
07/17/2019

( L-R) Sheriff John Merchant, Atchison Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Larry Beeson and Sheriff's Office Public Resource Officer J.D. Clary

(KNZA)--An Atchison-based organization has donated $1,000 to the Brown County Sheriff’s Office.

The donation was provided by the Atchison Elks Lodge #647.

According to a news release issued by the Sheriff’s Office, the presentation was made July 13, at the Elks Lodge, by Exalted Ruler Larry Beeson.

Brown County Sheriff John Merchant, in the release, said the monies will be used to continue such programs as the Teen Lifesaver Initiative and drug enforcement efforts.

Calling the Elks “an excellent organization,” Merchant said such donations make programs possible that otherwise might not exist in the community.

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office was among other area law enforcement agencies receiving donations from the Elks Lodge.

 

 

 

 

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