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KSP Cram the Cruiser breaks record

Post Post 15, Columbia, KY, doubles food collected and finishes 6th in state
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By Les Williams, Public Information Officer
Kentucky State Police, Frankfort, KY

The Kentucky State Police "Cram the Cruiser" campaign more than doubled the amount of food collected this year with a total of 50,168 pounds. That's 28,582 pounds more than last year. Post 15, Columbia, KY, doubled their efforts of 1 year ago breaking the 2500 lb mark and finishing 5th in the state.

The food will be distributed to local shelters, churches or other organizations serving those in need during the holiday season. KSP Post 10 in Harlan, with the help of the Barbourville Police Dept. and the Harlan Co. school system, led the way with 14,436 pounds of food collected.

This story was posted on 2011-12-21 04:48:05
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