BROOKSVILLE — Bracken County regulation officers will host their fifth annual Stuff the Cruiser occasion on Saturday, Aug. 12 at Maysville Walmart.
In keeping with Augusta Police Chief Charles Blackmar, the primary goal for holding Stuff the Cruiser is to offer college students in Bracken County entry to “a lot wanted” faculty provides. He mentioned the occasion permits youngsters to be assured they’ll have the provides wanted to achieve faculty.
“We need to help our native college students to achieve faculty and supply some aid to households confronted with back-to-school bills,” Blackmar mentioned.
The Augusta Police Division has been internet hosting Stuff the Cruiser since he moved to Augusta, Blackmar mentioned. He famous that the occasion was began by former Augusta Police Chief Matthew Jones.
Blackmar added that different regulation officers in Bracken County acquired concerned at a later time.
This 12 months, Stuff the Cruiser will probably be hosted by Bracken County Sheriff’s Division, Augusta Police Division, and Brooksville Police Division, he mentioned.
In keeping with Blackmar, Stuff the Cruiser doesn’t have a set aim, apart from making an attempt to help as many households in Bracken County as attainable. He mentioned, in earlier years, Stuff the Cruiser has been “very profitable.”
Blackmar famous that complete donations in earlier years have averaged $3,000 or extra every time.
Bracken County regulation officers will probably be at Walmart in Maysville on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 9 a.m. to five p.m., in keeping with info from Augusta Police Division.
Regulation officers current will probably be prepared to simply accept faculty provide donations that may be introduced or bought at Walmart.
For extra info on Stuff the Cruiser, please go to the Augusta Police Division Fb.