Jackson Center PD receives donation


Nicole Keith, store manager of Casey’s General Store in Jackson Center, left to right, meets with Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, K-9 Officer Hiro and Ralph Russell, Casey’s area supervisor, recently to present Wirick with a donation from Casey’s Charities for the Jackson Center Police Department’s K-9 Fund.

Nicole Keith, store manager of Casey’s General Store in Jackson Center, left to right, meets with Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, K-9 Officer Hiro and Ralph Russell, Casey’s area supervisor, recently to present Wirick with a donation from Casey’s Charities for the Jackson Center Police Department’s K-9 Fund.


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JACKSON CENTER — The Jackson Center Police Department (JCPD) recently received a “very generous” donation from Casey’s charities, according to Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick. Casey’s Charities is a division of Casey’s General Stores.

Casey’s General Store in Jackson Center sold a large winning lottery ticket, which resulted in the store receiving a lump sum of money for selling the ticket. Casey’s policy is when they receive these lump sums of money, they do not keep the money, they re-invest it into the community that supports them, Wirick’s press release said.

JCPD was awarded a $3,000 donation, that was to be earmarked for the Jackson Center K-9 Fund.

“This fund is a forever growing fund of donations that is used only for the purchase of a new K-9 when the time comes that the current K-9 is due to retire,” Wirick said. “I, along with the village of Jackson Center, cannot begin to express our gratitude to the Casey’s Charities and the Casey’s General Store for such a kind and generous donation.”

Anyone wishing to donate to the Jackson Center K-9 Fund can do so by contacting Wirick at 937-596-6140 or by email at cwirick@jacksoncenter.com

Nicole Keith, store manager of Casey’s General Store in Jackson Center, left to right, meets with Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, K-9 Officer Hiro and Ralph Russell, Casey’s area supervisor, recently to present Wirick with a donation from Casey’s Charities for the Jackson Center Police Department’s K-9 Fund.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/01/web1_JC-donation.jpgNicole Keith, store manager of Casey’s General Store in Jackson Center, left to right, meets with Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, K-9 Officer Hiro and Ralph Russell, Casey’s area supervisor, recently to present Wirick with a donation from Casey’s Charities for the Jackson Center Police Department’s K-9 Fund. Courtesy photo