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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

The Brazil Elks Lodge No. 762 donated $250 to the City of Brazil Police Department's new K9 project. The donation will be used for the funding, training and maintenance of the new police dog. At the donation were (from left) Elks President John Driscoll, Third Vice President Chip Hunt, K9 Officer Robert Van Buren, K9 Anya, First Vice President John Adamson, Second Vice President Todd Shepard, Treasurer Tyler Fischer and President-Elect Brandon McKinney. The new K9 will be used to assist on a number of jobs, including narcotics detection, tracking lost or missing persons, apprehending fleeing criminals and other community projects. [Order this photo]

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Congratulations BPD. Anya has been a good dog with several different handlers in her life. Maybe she can retire and have a forever home that will love her as she deserves to be loved. Thank you K9 Officer Anya for your years of service to Brazil City and her residents.

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Thu, Mar 8, 2012, at 12:05 PM

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