Youths help fundraise at Kids and Cops Camp

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Posted: June 20, 2013

The Winchester Star

Kelci Smith, 9, and Julie Pearce put out Rice Krispies treats that Kelci made for the camp bake sale on Wednesday. Pearce is a member of the WPD Volunteers in Policing program and chairman of the bake sale.
Winchester Police Lt. Rob Bower sprays water on Kids and Cops campers Kelli Lehman, 10, Danielle Orth, 12, and Emily Magee, 11, as they wash a sport utility vehicle during the camp’s community service day. A car wash, bake sale and yard sale were part of the service day fundraiser.
A.J. Burns, 12, washes one of the Winchester Police Department’s cruisers during the Kids and Cops Camp community service day on Wednesday in the Molden Real Estate parking lot. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Matt Jenkins, 11, washes the rearview mirror of a tow truck at the Kids and Cops Camp. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — All work and no play wasn’t the motto on Wednesday as more than 80 youths washed cars, held a yard sale and sold baked goods as part of the city police department’s Kids and Cops Camp.

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