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Cops and custard make a difference for Christmas

Members of Door County law enforcement and Culver’s True Blue Crew made sure your holiday season got off on the right foot on Wednesday. The two entities kicked off their annual Police Lights of Christmas outreach program when Culver’s doors opened at 10 a.m. with Sheriff’s deputies and Sturgeon Bay Police officers were among those delivering butterburgers and concrete mixers to customers. It has been four years since Culver’s of Sturgeon Bay owner Austin Hildebrand first joined the effort that has grown to more than two dozen locations across Wisconsin. Just like their share nights and Concretes for a Cause events, Hildebrand says Wednesday’s Cops at Culver’s Day is just another extension of what they love to do in the community.

Door County Sheriff’s Department Mental Health and Community Engagement Deputy Chris Ott says the annual rite is a great way to give back and form connections in the community.

Money raised during the Lights of Christmas campaign is distributed right back into the community as gift cards for families in need during the holiday season.

 

 

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