VFW post presents sheriff with check for $1,000


Hillsboro VFW Post 9094 presented the Highland County Sheriff’s Office with a $1,000 check Friday to aid in purchasing replacement tasers for the department. “We really appreciate it when a local organization like the VFW comes to us with an expression of support like this. It really means a lot,” Barrera told The Times-Gazette. Pictured, from left, Are VFW Post Commander Rick Wilkin, Sheriff Donnie Barrera and Post Quartermaster David Pinney.

Hillsboro VFW Post 9094 presented the Highland County Sheriff’s Office with a $1,000 check Friday to aid in purchasing replacement tasers for the department. “We really appreciate it when a local organization like the VFW comes to us with an expression of support like this. It really means a lot,” Barrera told The Times-Gazette. Pictured, from left, Are VFW Post Commander Rick Wilkin, Sheriff Donnie Barrera and Post Quartermaster David Pinney.


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Hillsboro VFW Post 9094 presented the Highland County Sheriff’s Office with a $1,000 check Friday to aid in purchasing replacement tasers for the department. “We really appreciate it when a local organization like the VFW comes to us with an expression of support like this. It really means a lot,” Barrera told The Times-Gazette. Pictured, from left, Are VFW Post Commander Rick Wilkin, Sheriff Donnie Barrera and Post Quartermaster David Pinney.

Hillsboro VFW Post 9094 presented the Highland County Sheriff’s Office with a $1,000 check Friday to aid in purchasing replacement tasers for the department. “We really appreciate it when a local organization like the VFW comes to us with an expression of support like this. It really means a lot,” Barrera told The Times-Gazette. Pictured, from left, Are VFW Post Commander Rick Wilkin, Sheriff Donnie Barrera and Post Quartermaster David Pinney.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/02/web1_Wilkin-Barrera-Pinney-1.jpgHillsboro VFW Post 9094 presented the Highland County Sheriff’s Office with a $1,000 check Friday to aid in purchasing replacement tasers for the department. “We really appreciate it when a local organization like the VFW comes to us with an expression of support like this. It really means a lot,” Barrera told The Times-Gazette. Pictured, from left, Are VFW Post Commander Rick Wilkin, Sheriff Donnie Barrera and Post Quartermaster David Pinney. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette