Shop With a Cop in West Bend 12-06-17
Photos by John Ehlke
Jade McCoy, 10, of West Bend puts a candle to the face of Wisconsin State Trooper Chris Senkbeill for him to smell Wednesday night during the Shop with a Cop event at Meijer in West Bend. The program gave 45 underprivileged children from Washington County the opportunity to shop for gifts with a law enforcement official from the Kettle Moraine chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police. The program is funded through donations. Washington County Sheriff Department Dep. Daniel Halpin, center, and officer Robert Kode push Brookelynn Berre-Ward, 10, of West Bend in a cart  Wednesday night during the Shop with a Cop event at Meijer in West Bend. The program gave 45 underprivileged children from Washington County the opportunity to shop for gifts with a law enforcement official from the Kettle Moraine chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police. The program is funded through donations. A Santa Claus hat hangs out of the pocket of Washington County Sheriff's Department officer Andrew Graper  Wednesday night during the Shop with a Cop event at Meijer in West Bend. The program gave 45 underprivileged children from Washington County the opportunity to shop for gifts with a law enforcement official from the Kettle Moraine chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police. The program is funded through donations. Washington County Sheriff's Department officer Mark Sette smiles as he shops with luis Cabrera, 10, of Hartford Wednesday night during the Shop with a Cop event at Meijer in West Bend. The program gave 45 underprivileged children from Washington County the opportunity to shop for gifts with a law enforcement official from the Kettle Moraine chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police. The program is funded through donations. West Bend Police Department officer Kent Voll smiles as he wrestles through a pile of stuffed bears to help Evan Pederson, 8, of Germantown find a gift Wednesday night during the Shop with a Cop event at Meijer in West Bend. The program gave 45 underprivileged children from Washington County the opportunity to shop for gifts with a law enforcement official from the Kettle Moraine chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police. The program is funded through donations. <br/><br/>
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