The proceeds from the Howard County Bar Association’s Bowling with Badges event were delivered to the Howard County Police Foundation during a brief presentation on December 13. Bowling with Badges organizer Elizabeth Rosen and bar association President-elect Ryan J. Dymek presented a check for $4,500 to Police Foundation Chair Kyri Jacobs and Police Chief Gary L. Gardner in advance of a police briefing held at the Southern District Police Station.
l. to r.: Craig Saathoff, Operating Partner, MISSION BBQ; Major Luther Johnson, HCPD; Kyri Jacobs, President, Howard County Police Foundation; and Kim McGill, Community Ambassador MISSION BBQ – Ellicott City Mission BBQ continues to show its support and dedication to those who serve. Opening in Ellicott City less than four months ago, the organization has already gone above and beyond, giving back to our community here in...
Please join us at an exciting upcoming event, hosted by the Howard County Police Department, Police Foundation, and Citizens Advisory Council. This event will focus on sharing information about how your police department operates, within the community and behind the scenes, while making sure to afford an opportunity for interactive police-community conversation. It will also allow you the opportunity to put yourself in mock police scenarios in our VirTra police training simulator!
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From now until Sunday, September 11, 2016 $2 from every Red American Heroes Cup sold at the Mission BBQ in Ellicott City will benefit the Howard County Police Foundation. Support your local police department while enjoying delicious BBQ!