SLIDESHOW: Shop with a Cop
Members of the Goshen Fraternal Order of Police took local economically disadvantaged children shopping Monday night, Dec. 3, 2012. Officers from Goshen, Elkhart County, Millersburg and more picked up children from their homes and gave them rides in squad cars to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Goshen. From there, there was a parade of lights and sirens to Walmart Supercenter on the south side of Goshen. Children shopped for themselves thanks to donations to the FOP. After shopping, the children were provided pizza at the VFW.
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