Elks Club Donates Coloring Books To Sheriff’s Office And Police Station

Elks Club Donates Coloring Books To Sheriff’s Office And Police Station
Broken Bow Police Chief Steve Scott, Deputy County Attorney Kayla Clark, Deputy Sheriff Adam Miller

BROKEN BOW— Crime is something that is an unfortunate part of the society we live in, but sometimes we forget the damage that it does to those who have no control over the situation.

Kids are often thrust into horrible situations where they have to be forced to sit in offices where they are extremely uncomfortable. On Thursday, September 20 the Elks Club helped with that problem by donating over 100 coloring books to the Broken Bow Police Station and Custer County Sheriff’s office. Alongside those coloring books, 100 packs of crayons were also donated to the offices.

“If kids come into the police station or the sheriff’s office it will give them something to do kind of distract them,” said Deputy County Attorney Kayla Clark. “Usually they are not in great situations when they are in there and it is just another way to publicize that drugs are dangerous.”

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