Superior Law Enforcement Officers Serve Lunch to Raise Money

To support some important local programs

Superior police officers joined other community leaders at The Kitchen to serve up lunch, while also raising money to help support some important local programs.

This is the second year officers have taken part in this event and they do it all for charity.

The money these officers earn during their time serving goes to two local programs.

One of those is CASDA, the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse and the other is the special olympics.

These law enforcers believe it’s important to get out and help the community in many different ways.

Superior Police Chief, Nicholas Alexander, said “I think it plays into having interactions with the public that are positive that open dialogue and there’s an opportunity for that here.”

Last year, the officers raised $1,000 serving lunch and this year they are hoping that total is even higher.

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