1st responders connect with community


Erick Brooks, left, of Sidney, talks with Sidney Deputy Fire Chief Dallas Davis, back center, and Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, across from Brooks, at Burger King on Tuesday, Jan. 26, during a lunch organized by the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In the back booth having lunch are, clockwise, Reserve Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill, Chris Reprogle, of Sidney, Richard Wooddell, of Port Jefferson, and Shelby County Sheriff Jim Frye. Frye said fellow first responders shared what they do with those who showed an interest to become a firefighter or police officer.

Erick Brooks, left, of Sidney, talks with Sidney Deputy Fire Chief Dallas Davis, back center, and Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, across from Brooks, at Burger King on Tuesday, Jan. 26, during a lunch organized by the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In the back booth having lunch are, clockwise, Reserve Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill, Chris Reprogle, of Sidney, Richard Wooddell, of Port Jefferson, and Shelby County Sheriff Jim Frye. Frye said fellow first responders shared what they do with those who showed an interest to become a firefighter or police officer.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Erick Brooks, left, of Sidney, talks with Sidney Deputy Fire Chief Dallas Davis, back center, and Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, across from Brooks, at Burger King on Tuesday, Jan. 26, during a lunch organized by the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In the back booth having lunch are, clockwise, Reserve Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill, Chris Reprogle, of Sidney, Richard Wooddell, of Port Jefferson, and Shelby County Sheriff Jim Frye. Frye said fellow first responders shared what they do with those who showed an interest to become a firefighter or police officer.

Erick Brooks, left, of Sidney, talks with Sidney Deputy Fire Chief Dallas Davis, back center, and Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, across from Brooks, at Burger King on Tuesday, Jan. 26, during a lunch organized by the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In the back booth having lunch are, clockwise, Reserve Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill, Chris Reprogle, of Sidney, Richard Wooddell, of Port Jefferson, and Shelby County Sheriff Jim Frye. Frye said fellow first responders shared what they do with those who showed an interest to become a firefighter or police officer.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/01/web1_SDN012721Lunch.jpgErick Brooks, left, of Sidney, talks with Sidney Deputy Fire Chief Dallas Davis, back center, and Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, across from Brooks, at Burger King on Tuesday, Jan. 26, during a lunch organized by the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In the back booth having lunch are, clockwise, Reserve Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill, Chris Reprogle, of Sidney, Richard Wooddell, of Port Jefferson, and Shelby County Sheriff Jim Frye. Frye said fellow first responders shared what they do with those who showed an interest to become a firefighter or police officer. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News