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Fundraiser for K9 unit

Fundraiser for K9 unit

It was a fun afternoon for area residents, firefighters, and staff from the Kent County Sheriff’s Office that attended the fundraiser June 12 at Deer Tracks Junction for the KCSO 11-member K9 Unit.

Festivities included free food, face painting, a dunk tank, tours of emergency and tactical vehicles, and families got to meet the Kent County County Sheriff’s K-9 unit.

“Our K9s and their handlers had tons of fun meeting local families and businesses,” said a Kent County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson on their Facebook page. “Our staff was extremely grateful for the amount of support shown by those in our community, the staff of Deer Tracks Junction, and the Courtland Fire Department. The funds raised will in part go towards K9 first aid kits, additional equipment needs, and training. The staff highlight of the day is seeing the smiles on the kid’s faces we get to meet!”

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