Bullet-proof vests donated to constables

To members of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce, our sincere appreciation

Special to the Times Guardian

By Ben Scroggin

Constable, Pct 4; Constable Elect, Pct 1

 

On behalf of Constable Elect Shane Rapp, Pct 4 and all our Deputies, I wish to express our most sincere appreciation to members of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce for their exceptional support.

During the month of July 2004, the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce conducted their "Serve and Protect" mixer. This function has been established to express the Chamber's support to the County Fire & EMS units, Comal County Sheriff's Office and to the Constable's Office, Precinct I and Precinct 4.

To my surprise, on Tuesday evening, July 27, 2004, at the Randolph Air Force Base Recreation Center, located on the north side of Canyon Lake, Constable Elect Shane Rapp, Pct 4 and myself Constable Ben Scroggin Pct 4, Constable Elect,, Pct I , were presented with Certificates of Appreciation from the Chamber, a plaque from Randolph Air Force Base Recreation Center and a CHECK for $3,917.00.

"WHOA" ... "What a delightful surprise of expressed sincere appreciation and support from several Chamber of Commerce members.

These monies will be used to purchase bullet proof vests for our personnel. A good vest costs about $500 each and most have a life of some five years.

When a Constable hires a deputy, this individual must provide his own equipment at NO cost to the Constable's Office. There is NO monies authorized for this equipment. Such equipment includes his uniform, leather, weapon and protective vest. So, with this donation, we will be able to not only purchase new units to replace outdated vests, but purchase vests for some officers that do not have vests.

A VERY SPECIAL 'THANK YOU' - Our most sincere appreciation to:

Colonel and Lisa Roper - Rancho del Lago

Kathy Wingert & Family - Wingert Insurance Agcency

Dub and Margaret Janowski -

Canyon Lake Insurance Agency

Laurie Whitmire & Staff - First State Bank

Peaches Kelly & Staff - Hochheim Prairie Farm Mutual

John and Pam Welch - Welch and Associates

Laura Stryjewski

Lewis Eilers

Jeanie Richie

Norma Keeton

Barbara J. Thomas - Mickey Ferrell Realtors

Jim and Irma Feibelman

Belinda Frisk

Bob and Jeanne Slupik

Judge Jennifer Saunders

Commissioner Jan Kennady and husband Don

Hank Henley

H. Dene Gardner - That Place at the Lake

Gloria and Fritz Wildberger

Nancy McDonald - McDonald & Associates

MJ Slater -

Guadalupe Valley Telecommunications Cooperative

Canyon Lake Community Resource &

Recreation Center

John Guenzel - Rio Raft

Mark Robinson - Holiday Lodge

Kristi Drugg - Premier Fitness Center

Linda and Clint Epley - Canyon Bend Self Storage

Bob Wickman

Mo and Jo Schwab - Rocking MJ Ranch Bed &

Breakfast

Robbi and Dan Boone - Canyon Lake Ranch

Crystal and Eddy Gottfried -

Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce

Al and Margaret Herbrich

Elouise Lewis - Little Ponderosa RV Park

Robert James - Jewelers

Don Johnson - Mickey Ferrell Realtors

Lara Johnson

Pattie Johnson

Jack and Kay Schoettle

Cheryl Fisher - Mid-Tx Symphony

Hazel Thomas

Bobby Barclay - Local Landscape

Carolyn Gregory - Attention to Detail

Barbara Blaschke

and - Captain Ed Whitson - Comal County Sheriff's Office who won the 50/50 drawing and Jail Administrator David Ott who won the mystery guest prize--both donated their winnings to the Constable's fund.

Again folks - our sincere appreciation and many thanks - God Bless.

BEN SCROGGIN

Constable, Pct 4

Constable Elect, Pct I

     
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