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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

From the FIRST MATE's


Former TSGS President, Don Counts, recently had the honor to present an award to Vanderburgh County Sheriff Eric Williams. As the Editor of the City-County Observer, Don presented the award on behalf of the newspaper. The John F. Kennedy Club of Vanderburgh County held its 3rd annual JFK Family Fun Day on Saturday, 28 Aug 2010, at Burdette Park with over 500 in attendance. Dan Kisner, Staff Artist of CCO drew the caricature (below) of Sheriff's Williams favorite law enforcement character... Barney Fife from the Andy Griffith TV show. The Chairman of the Board of the City-County Observer, Ron Cosby made brief remarks before introducing Don to make the presentation.
Sheriff Eric Williams
City-County Observer
Outstanding 2009 Public Servant of the Year
For more information about CCO and the JFK Fun Day read the article by Ralph Edwards:
- Photo taken by Nikki Ervin and submitted by Don Counts (Copyright by City-County Observer & Dan Kisner - 2010)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good Job. We honor good community servants from both sides of the aisle.