Community First helps police


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Members of the Community First-Work Experience crew paint the Sidney Police Department’s shelter house/shooting range building recently. Community First is a program of the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. This project was coordinated by Duane Gaier, director of the Sidney Department of Parks and Recreation. “They were a great bunch of kids and did a great job,” Police Chief Will Balling said. Shown here are Glen Schultze and Shellie Farrier. Other members of the crew were Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Jessica Baltes and Mikayla Ryder.

Members of the Community First-Work Experience crew paint the Sidney Police Department’s shelter house/shooting range building recently. Community First is a program of the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. This project was coordinated by Duane Gaier, director of the Sidney Department of Parks and Recreation. “They were a great bunch of kids and did a great job,” Police Chief Will Balling said. Shown here are Glen Schultze and Shellie Farrier. Other members of the crew were Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Jessica Baltes and Mikayla Ryder.


The Sidney Police Department greatly appreciates the hard work of the Community First-Work Experience crew, Community Resource Officer Mike McRill said. The crew spent the past week scraping and painting the police shooting range building. From left are Shellie Farrier, Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Glen Schultze, Jessica Baltes, and Mikayla Ryder.


Members of the Community First-Work Experience crew paint the Sidney Police Department’s shelter house/shooting range building recently. Community First is a program of the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. This project was coordinated by Duane Gaier, director of the Sidney Department of Parks and Recreation. “They were a great bunch of kids and did a great job,” Police Chief Will Balling said. Shown here are Glen Schultze and Shellie Farrier. Other members of the crew were Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Jessica Baltes and Mikayla Ryder.

The Sidney Police Department greatly appreciates the hard work of the Community First-Work Experience crew, Community Resource Officer Mike McRill said. The crew spent the past week scraping and painting the police shooting range building. From left are Shellie Farrier, Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Glen Schultze, Jessica Baltes, and Mikayla Ryder.

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Members of the Community First-Work Experience crew paint the Sidney Police Department’s shelter house/shooting range building recently. Community First is a program of the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. This project was coordinated by Duane Gaier, director of the Sidney Department of Parks and Recreation. “They were a great bunch of kids and did a great job,” Police Chief Will Balling said. Shown here are Glen Schultze and Shellie Farrier. Other members of the crew were Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Jessica Baltes and Mikayla Ryder.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_CommunityFirst1.jpgMembers of the Community First-Work Experience crew paint the Sidney Police Department’s shelter house/shooting range building recently. Community First is a program of the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities. This project was coordinated by Duane Gaier, director of the Sidney Department of Parks and Recreation. “They were a great bunch of kids and did a great job,” Police Chief Will Balling said. Shown here are Glen Schultze and Shellie Farrier. Other members of the crew were Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Jessica Baltes and Mikayla Ryder.

The Sidney Police Department greatly appreciates the hard work of the Community First-Work Experience crew, Community Resource Officer Mike McRill said. The crew spent the past week scraping and painting the police shooting range building. From left are Shellie Farrier, Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Glen Schultze, Jessica Baltes, and Mikayla Ryder.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_DSC_00111.jpgThe Sidney Police Department greatly appreciates the hard work of the Community First-Work Experience crew, Community Resource Officer Mike McRill said. The crew spent the past week scraping and painting the police shooting range building. From left are Shellie Farrier, Anna Beil, Dallas Poeppelman, Jesse Divens, Glen Schultze, Jessica Baltes, and Mikayla Ryder.

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