Dinner to help raise money for new Kent Shop with a Cop program

Residents can help support a new Shop with a Cop program in Kent by attending a fundraising dinner from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20 at Down Home Catering, 211 First Ave S.

Residents can help support a new Shop with a Cop program in Kent by attending a fundraising dinner from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20 at Down Home Catering, 211 First Ave S.

The suggested donation is $30 per person. Proceeds will go to pay for economically disadvantaged children to shop for themselves and their family with a Kent Police officer at Target.

Kent resident Bailey Stober is the event organizer. Other supporters of the event include Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas, Kent Police Cmdr. Jarod Kasner, Kent City Council President Dana Ralph and Kent Youth and Family Services executive director Mike Heinisch.

To attend the dinner, RSVP by Nov. 16 to baileystober@hotmail.com.

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