Deputies support breast cancer awareness month


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Deputies of the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office are sporting pink badges for the month of October in honor of breast cancer awareness month. (Courtesy Photo)


BUCYRUS — Deputies from the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office took it upon themselves to brandish pink badges for the month of October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Crawford County Sheriff Scott Kent said he wanted to take a moment to recognize the deputies from his office.

“Deputies purchased pink badges on their own to help raise money and show support. We were contacted several months ago by Clark County Deputies FOP Lodge #209 and asked if we wanted to participate by purchasing pink badges,” Kent said. “A portion from the cost of the badges will be donated to the Pink Ribbon Girls. Contributions directly benefit individuals and families fighting breast cancer.”

Kent said he supports his staff in their efforts to raise fund for this worthwhile cause.

“I have authorized them to wear their badges as part of their uniform during the month of October,” Kent said.

Deputies of the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office are sporting pink badges for the month of October in honor of breast cancer awareness month. (Courtesy Photo)
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10-03-2016-Breast-Cancer-Awareness.jpgDeputies of the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office are sporting pink badges for the month of October in honor of breast cancer awareness month. (Courtesy Photo)

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