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Appreciation for our local blue

By Julie Matuszewski; photos courtesy of American Academy

Photo of Sheriff Tony Spurlock visiting with kids.

At front, Sheriff Tony Spurlock (kneeling) and other deputies visited with AA students during morning car pool on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

American Academy (AA) continues to support law enforcement and is appreciative of their presence in the Castle Pines community. In honor of January’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) deputies and AA school resource officer Deputy Eric Rhymer were invited to the Castle Pines campus for a drive-thru breakfast and visit with campus students and faculty.

Photo of American Academy kids with Douglas County Sheriff and deputies

Students from Castle Pines American Academy presented DCSO deputies with a hand stamped poster of thanks and appreciation for all they do for the local schools and the community. They also made thank you “goodie” bags for the deputies.

Photo of goodie bags for sheriff and deputies



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