Eagles club donates $2,000 to HPD


From left, Hillsboro Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1161 President Tim Tabor stands with Hillsboro Police Department Interim Chief Shawn Kelley and Hillsboro FOE Secretary Eli Hogsett. Tabor and Hogsett on Wednesday presented the HPD with two checks totalling $2,000 for equipment upgrades. Kelley told The Times-Gazette that the funds will be used to purchase a new Multi-Agency Radio Communication System (MARCS) radio for the HPD dispatch center. “We couldn’t be any happier,” Kelley said. “We are absolutely excited and very thankful for it.”


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From left, Hillsboro Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1161 President Tim Tabor stands with Hillsboro Police Department Interim Chief Shawn Kelley and Hillsboro FOE Secretary Eli Hogsett. Tabor and Hogsett on Wednesday presented the HPD with two checks totalling $2,000 for equipment upgrades. Kelley told The Times-Gazette that the funds will be used to purchase a new Multi-Agency Radio Communication System (MARCS) radio for the HPD dispatch center. “We couldn’t be any happier,” Kelley said. “We are absolutely excited and very thankful for it.”

From left, Hillsboro Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1161 President Tim Tabor stands with Hillsboro Police Department Interim Chief Shawn Kelley and Hillsboro FOE Secretary Eli Hogsett. Tabor and Hogsett on Wednesday presented the HPD with two checks totalling $2,000 for equipment upgrades. Kelley told The Times-Gazette that the funds will be used to purchase a new Multi-Agency Radio Communication System (MARCS) radio for the HPD dispatch center. “We couldn’t be any happier,” Kelley said. “We are absolutely excited and very thankful for it.”
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_feagles.jpgFrom left, Hillsboro Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1161 President Tim Tabor stands with Hillsboro Police Department Interim Chief Shawn Kelley and Hillsboro FOE Secretary Eli Hogsett. Tabor and Hogsett on Wednesday presented the HPD with two checks totalling $2,000 for equipment upgrades. Kelley told The Times-Gazette that the funds will be used to purchase a new Multi-Agency Radio Communication System (MARCS) radio for the HPD dispatch center. “We couldn’t be any happier,” Kelley said. “We are absolutely excited and very thankful for it.” Submitted photo