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Neosho Shop with a Cop taking donations

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POSTED ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF NEOSHO

The Neosho Police Department is proud to announce the annual Shop with a Cop campaign. Letters of support are being sent out to Neosho businesses and residents for their continuous support with this program.

In 2012, with the support of the community we raised over $22,000.00 and provided over 110 children a Merry Christmas. This program relies on donations from area businesses and private citizens only, no city funds are allocated for this event.

This event is limited to residents within the city limits of Neosho.

This program will provide Christmas for the less fortunate in Neosho, Missouri. Donations can be mailed or brought to the police department during normal business hours. The deadline for donations will be December 10th 2013.

Applications can be picked up during normal business hours at the Neosho Police Department starting October 20th, 2013. The shopping event will be held on December 14th at 10:00 hours. This will be done at Wal-Mart in Neosho, Missouri.

If you have any further questions contact Sergeant Mike Sharp at 451-8002 or Project Director Stephanie Bracken at 451-8012.

Please make all checks payable to:
Shop with a Cop
201 North College Street
Neosho, MO 64850

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