Showing love for law enforcement

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Group hopes to inspire show of thanks to public safety workers

  • From left, White County sheriff-elect Rick Kelley and Sheriff Neal Walden accept gift baskets and treats from Ann Helms, Yvette Sindell and Sharon Worrell, who are part of a Mountain Lakes Chapel effort to show appreciation to local law enforcement. (Photo/Wayne Hardy)
    From left, White County sheriff-elect Rick Kelley and Sheriff Neal Walden accept gift baskets and treats from Ann Helms, Yvette Sindell and Sharon Worrell, who are part of a Mountain Lakes Chapel effort to show appreciation to local law enforcement. (Photo/Wayne Hardy)
  • From left, Nora Mill Granary operator Joe Vandegriff presents a donation to Michael Parker, Beth Fine, Ann Helms, Sharon Worrell, Cathy Risener and Wendy Groman. (Photo/Wayne Hardy)
    From left, Nora Mill Granary operator Joe Vandegriff presents a donation to Michael Parker, Beth Fine, Ann Helms, Sharon Worrell, Cathy Risener and Wendy Groman. (Photo/Wayne Hardy)
Members of the Mountain Shadows Chapel are making rounds to let local law enforcement know their work is appreciated. Members of the church inside the Mountain Lakes Resort community launched an…

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