HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE
Alliance Rubber - wrist bands Craig Lowe - 10 body cameras
Saline County Prosecutor Ken Casady Rosinbaum Donation of Shotguns
Ike Eisenhauer Insurance U.S.Deputy Sheriff's Association
HSV Evening Lions Club HSV Community Foundation
Arvest Bank Arkansas Game and Fish
Oct. 2016 - Michael Kuehn and Tom Powal accept 500 glow-in-the-dark wrist bands from Andrea Reid, Promotional Market Sales Manager from Alliance Rubber. The wrist bands will be given to kids at the Trumk Or Treat for Halloween at the HSVPD.
Ken Casady, Saline County prosecutor, presented chief Middleton with 3 Kenwood TK-2312 portable/hand held radios. They are primary devices that are part of a department integrated communication system. (Aug. 18, 2016)
Ike Eisenhauer Insurance Agency donated funds to purchase 500 safety lights as part of the ongoing “Be Safe – Illuminate” campaign.
Lights will be distributed at schools and special events throughout the Hot Springs Village area.
Thanks, Ike, for helping make the community a safer place for children!
The HSV Community Foundation recently donated funds to purchase medical equipment for HSV police officers. Sgt. Lori Sill, Chief Ricky Middleton and officer Jake Griffith are shown with new AED equipment and Ambu bags.
Don Dierks (left), of the HSV Community Foundation, presents a check for $1,976 to Jim Patton, HSVCPAAA, and Police Chief Ricky Middleton for an AED unit and Ambu bags. Mike Misch is shown at right.
Shown are HSVPD Officer Jake Griffith, HSVPD Police Chief Ricky Middleton,
and AGF Officer Briana Miller and AGF Sgt. Tod Johnson.
|HSVCPAAA 113 Calella Rd. Hot Springs Village, AR 71909|