Created on Thursday, 17 October 2013 Written by REUBEN MEES
Both the Bellefontaine Police Department and the Simon Kenton Pathfinders will benefit from the generosity of a local service club.
Bellefontaine Moose Lodge Governor Cory Ames speaks with Bellefontaine Mayor Adam Brannon, left, and Carmen Scott, second from left, of the Simon Kenton Pathfinders, and Police Chief Brandon Standley, center, as fellow Moose members look on Thursday in Bellefontaine City Council Chambers. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)
Members of the Bellefontaine Moose Lodge 2563 and the Women of the Moose presented city officials with two checks Wednesday for $500 each for the extension of the recreational Simon Kenton Trail from Urbana into Bellefontaine, and one for $1,060 to buy two new ballistic vests for city police officers.
“We’re looking forward to putting the path in to Bellefontaine and the vests are a good safety investment for the city,” said Mayor Adam Brannon, who is also a member of the bike path steering group.
“We’re just glad we could help you all out,” Moose Lodge Governor Cory Ames said, noting that the WOM raised $500 toward the bike path through their Summerfest event.
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