Joshua Morrison/News The Mount Vernon Elks Lodge 140 presented Gratitude Grant checks to Mount Vernon Municipal Court and Arms of an Angel recently. Municipal Court will use the gift to fund the O’Hara Chris-Fit Program that will allow the probation department to partner with local health and fitness centers to explore innovative wellness solutions to enhance traditional addiction recovery. The $250 donated to Arms of an Angel will be used to acquire a K-9 unit for Mount Vernon Police Department. Pictured from left, are Kim Mickley and Fred Torrance, representing Elks; Municipal Court Judge John Thatcher; Dave Priest, chief probation officer; Debbie Link, director of Knox Community Hospital’s Wellness Center; Bob O’Hara, Municipal Court bailiff and father of Chris O’Hara; and Dave Culbertson, representing Arms of an Angel Foundation.

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The Mount Vernon Elks Lodge 140 presented Gratitude Grant checks to Mount Vernon Municipal Court and Arms of an Angel recently. Municipal Court will use the gift to fund the O’Hara Chris-Fit Program that will allow the probation department to partner with local health and fitness centers to explore innovative wellness solutions to enhance traditional addiction recovery. The $250 donated to Arms of an Angel will be used to acquire a K-9 unit for Mount Vernon Police Department. Pictured from left, are Kim Mickley and Fred Torrance, representing Elks; Municipal Court Judge John Thatcher; Dave Priest, chief probation officer; Debbie Link, director of Knox Community Hospital’s Wellness Center; Bob O’Hara, Municipal Court bailiff and father of Chris O’Hara; and Dave Culbertson, representing Arms of an Angel Foundation. Request this photo

 

 

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