HCSO delivers Thanksgiving dinners

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The Bonifay First United Methodist Church, in partnership, with the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office packaged 40 Thanksgiving dinner boxes for delivery to families identified by school administration. 

School Resource Officers hand delivered boxes to those families. Boxes included a turkey and all the accompanying sides and a pie. Sgt. Adrienne Odum, Deputy Frank Turbeville, Deputy Caleb Segers,and  Deputy Brandon Ramer made the deliveries to their students with wishes of a safe and happy holiday. 

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  • Juler48

    Once again senior citizens, very low-income people without children, native Americans, and homeless people, do without. America has completely written this group of citizens. It's sad that assistance is so limited. If you don't have children, you no longer count.

    Wednesday, November 24 Report this

  • Juler48

    But what of the elderly with no family, and no means to purchase a dinner. They can't even get a single dinner delivered if they tried.

    Thursday, November 25 Report this