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Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation presented a $5,000 check to Kentucky State Police this week for its Shop with a Trooper program. The donation was raised with a pickup truck raffle organized by the Heritage 2K15 Truck Show. At least 75 children will shop with troopers at the event on December 4 at the Whitesburg Walmart. Pictured from left are KSP Trooper Jody Sims, KSP Det. Jeff Browning, Lee Michael Caudill, MCHC security officer Tony Watts and MCHC Chief Executive Officer Mike Caudill. Browning is the president of Chapter 13 Kentucky State Police Professional Association. Sims and Watts are also KSPPA members. Twenty percent of sales at Long John Silver’s from noon until 2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. on December 2 will be donated to the Shop with a Trooper program.

Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation presented a $5,000 check to Kentucky State Police this week for its Shop with a Trooper program. The donation was raised with a pickup truck raffle organized by the Heritage 2K15 Truck Show. At least 75 children will shop with troopers at the event on December 4 at the Whitesburg Walmart. Pictured from left are KSP Trooper Jody Sims, KSP Det. Jeff Browning, Lee Michael Caudill, MCHC security officer Tony Watts and MCHC Chief Executive Officer Mike Caudill. Browning is the president of Chapter 13 Kentucky State Police Professional Association. Sims and Watts are also KSPPA members. Twenty percent of sales at Long John Silver’s from noon until 2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. on December 2 will be donated to the Shop with a Trooper program.

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