Thanksgiving Delivery

        

Pictured are Lt. Tim Cote of the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office and Officer Zach Chandler of the Ellsworth Police Department delivering one of the over 90 meals delivered for Thanksgiving. The Sheriff’s Charities along with the Ellsworth Police Department and The Down East YMCA partnered to make and deliver over 90 Thanksgiving meals to those who could use a helping hand. The meals were delivered along with a slice of apple or pumpkin pie and a card. Special thanks to Jeannie Woods and the kitchen crew at The Bryant E. Moore Community Center for all their help.

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