City K9 Fundraising Interview

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Published on July 16 2013 1:34 pm
Last Updated on July 16 2013 1:49 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

(MEMBERS OF THE EFFINGHAM CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT SPOKE TO THE EFFINGHAM NOON ROTARY CLUB JULY 10 ABOUT THE K9 FUNDRAISING EFFORT.  FROM LEFT, CITY POLICE CHIEF MIKE SCHUTZBACH, CURRENT CITY K9 OFFICER DANNY LAKE WITH K9 KILO, ROTARY PROGRAM CHAIRMAN JULIE PRUEMER, POLICE OFFICERS AND FORMER K9 OFFICERS MARK PIKE AND GARY WESTJOHN, AND CITY OFFICER JOHN MAGUIRE)

The Effingham Police Department is conducting a fundraising effort to help cover costs on a new Police K9.

The current K9, Kilo, is being retired in September after serving the city for a decade. 

City police officers Mark Pike and John Maguire were guests on Monday's Morning Show to discuss the fundraising process and how you can help.  News Director Greg Sapp spoke with Pike and Maguire about the effort.  Here's that interview...