Members of the Gleaner Harrison Arbor recently met at Oakwood Park and voted to provide meals for the Henry County Sheriff’s Office and the Napoleon Police Department.

After a few days of planning, arrangements were made with a local drive-thru food facility to provide the food - either a lunch meal or an early evening food offering. A representative of each department took orders for noontime or evening food orders and called in the orders.

Two members of the Harrison Arbor, Ann and Gene Grime, picked up the food and delivered it to the two law agencies during both time periods.

“We just thought we should thank these two groups for what they do each day,” noted Gleaner Officer Ruth Benien. “It was just something we could do to show our appreciation.”

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