Eagles donate to sheriff’s office


The Hillsboro Eagles Club presented a check on Friday to the Highland County Sheriff’s office in the amount of $1,025. The money will purchase a new taser, taser cartridge, and holster for use by the common pleas court bailiff, a duty often performed by deputy Dan Music. Pictured from left to right are Eli Hogsett, secretary of the Eagles Club; Tim Tabor, vice president of the Eagles Club; deputy Dan Music; and sheriff Donnie Barrera.


The Hillsboro Eagles Club presented a check on Friday to the Highland County Sheriff’s office in the amount of $1,025. The money will purchase a new taser, taser cartridge, and holster for use by the common pleas court bailiff, a duty often performed by deputy Dan Music. Pictured from left to right are Eli Hogsett, secretary of the Eagles Club; Tim Tabor, vice president of the Eagles Club; deputy Dan Music; and sheriff Donnie Barrera.

The Hillsboro Eagles Club presented a check on Friday to the Highland County Sheriff’s office in the amount of $1,025. The money will purchase a new taser, taser cartridge, and holster for use by the common pleas court bailiff, a duty often performed by deputy Dan Music. Pictured from left to right are Eli Hogsett, secretary of the Eagles Club; Tim Tabor, vice president of the Eagles Club; deputy Dan Music; and sheriff Donnie Barrera.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/10/web1_taser.jpgThe Hillsboro Eagles Club presented a check on Friday to the Highland County Sheriff’s office in the amount of $1,025. The money will purchase a new taser, taser cartridge, and holster for use by the common pleas court bailiff, a duty often performed by deputy Dan Music. Pictured from left to right are Eli Hogsett, secretary of the Eagles Club; Tim Tabor, vice president of the Eagles Club; deputy Dan Music; and sheriff Donnie Barrera.

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