'Shop With A Trooper' Campaign Continues In Georgetown

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 12/11/2012 9:08 pm
The 'Shop With a Trooper' campaign continued Tuesday as State police picked out gifts in Georgetown.

Troopers from the Frankfort Post say the presents will help about 25 families.

State Police say it means holiday gifts for children who might not get any otherwise.

The hope is that they'll 'pay it forward.'

Troopers say the campaign also gives State Police the chance to show a side of itself that the community doesn't always get to see.
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