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Neosho Shop with a Cop campaign kicks off

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NEOSHO, MISSOURI -

The Neosho Police Department is proud to announce the 15th Annual Shop with a Cop Christmas campaign.

Letters of support are being sent out to Neosho businesses and residents for their continuous support with this program.

In 2014, with the support of the community the Neosho PD raised over $12,000 and provided 102 children with a Merry Christmas. This program relies on donations from area businesses and private citizens only. No city funds are allocated for this event.

The Shop with a Cop Christmas Campaign is limited to residents within the city limits of Neosho and provides Christmas for the less fortunate children in Neosho.

Donations can be mailed or brought to the police department during normal business hours. The deadline for donations is December 9, 2015.

Applications for the Shop with a Cop Christmas Campaign can be picked up during normal business hours at the Neosho Police Department starting Monday, October 19, 2015 and must be turned in no later than December 4, 2015 during the hours posted below. The shopping event will be held on December 12, at 10 a.m. at Neosho Walmart Supercenter.

If anyone has any questions please contact Lieutenant Mike Sharp at 417-451-8002. 

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