Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Teams Up With ‘Cops Fighting Cancer’
Local law enforcement personnel are teaming up with Cops Fighting Cancer, to help children battling cancer. Larimer County Sheriff’s Office personnel Lieutenant Stacy Shaffer, Sergeant John Feyen and Lieutenant Robert Cook are currently enrolled at Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command Class #325. A tradition of the school is that each class works with a charity. The class has set a goal to raise $10,000 for Cops Fighting Cancer.
The class has a spaghetti dinner and silent auction planned on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, located at 15200 W. 6th Avenue in Golden, Colorado, to benefit the great work of Cops Fighting Cancer. Tickets are $10 to enjoy a full spaghetti meal with choice of meat sauce or marinara, salad, and a drink.
Tickets can be purchased or donations made at the following locations:
- Lieutenant Stacy Shaffer at the Larimer County Jail- 2405 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins 970-498 5213
- Sergeant John Feyen at the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Admin Building- 2501 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins 970-498-5178
- Lieutenant Robert Cook at the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Admin Building- 2501 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins 970-498-5347
All proceeds from the dinner and silent auction will be presented to the Cops Fighting Cancer organization during the Northwestern SPSC #325 graduation ceremony on May 11, 2012.
About Cops Fighting Cancer
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Cops Fighting Cancer is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization founded in 2003 by Aurora Police Officer and cancer survivor Jim Senneca. Cops Fighting Cancer is dedicated to providing assistance to cancer victims all over Colorado. Each year the Cops Fighting Cancer Organization arranges the “Long Blue Line,” which is a procession of law enforcement officers and their vehicles from around the state that culminates at Children’s Hospital in Aurora. Officers then distribute gifts to children undergoing cancer treatments and other medical conditions. This offers the kids positive contact with law enforcement and gives the officers a memorable and unforgettable experience with brave children fighting to become well again.