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Honoring the fallen through public safety appreciation
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Honoring the fallen through public safety appreciation

Gering eighth grader Maddy Rico shakes Chief of Police George Holthus's hand before giving him goodies to share with the entire department.

Above, Gering eighth grader Maddy Rico shakes Chief of Police George Holthus’s hand before giving him goodies to share with the entire department. Below, Rico is joined by classmates Jayla Moore (left) and Nevaeh Herrmann (center) in presenting the goodies to the Gering Police Department. They, along with several other classmates, baked the treats in their family consumer science class on the morning of Friday, Sept. 10. They gave goodies to the police department, fire department and the Scotts Bluff County Communications Center to show their appreciation for their work, in honor of 9/11 and the public safety victims that fell in service of others that day.

Honoring the fallen through public safety appreciation

Maddy Rico is joined by classmates Jayla Moore (left) and Nevaeh Herrmann (center) in presenting baked goodies to the Gering Police Department.

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Olivia Wieseler is a reporter with the Star-Herald. She can be reached at 308-632-9051 or by emailing olivia.wieseler@starherald.com.

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