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Men’s Club opens doors to community, honors HCSO

Published on: October 14, 2015

A canine officer seemed to know that the day was not going to be a strict work day. He did greet many visitors, however. Mitch Traphagen photos.

A canine officer seemed to know that the day was not going to be a strict work day. He did greet many visitors, however. Mitch Traphagen photos.

The Men’s Club of Sun City Center popped open tubs of ice cream, laid out an abundance of toppings and opened the doors at Community Hall for their third annual open house on Oct. 9.

The primary focus of the event was to honor the officers of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. HCSO Col. Greg Brown was the featured speaker of the event, along with Todd Yorker of Philips Lifeline. Col. Brown thanked the community for the support and incredible working relationship between Sun City Center and the sheriff’s office.

The HCSO is one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the nation and still maintains a successful focus on community policing, which is credited with falling crime rates. Col. Brown emphasized the importance of Sun City Center and all of the South Hillsborough area to the agency.

Debbie Caneen of Sun Towers was also recognized (and applauded) for providing the ice cream sundaes. The event included displays from the HCSO and a number of businesses and organizations.

For more information, visit www.sccmensclub.org.

HCSO Col. Greg Brown.

HCSO Col. Greg Brown.

 

Underscoring the importance of Sun City Center and its residents, an HCSO helicopter paid a visit to the open house.

Underscoring the importance of Sun City Center and its residents, an HCSO helicopter paid a visit to the open house.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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