Hotdog plates for law enforcement

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The Pelzer Crimewatch program provided 160 hotdog plates to the officers and employees of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, County Dispatch, and other departments last Tuesday. Representatives of the White Plains and Piedmont Crime Watch groups as well as members of Pelzer town council also helped grill hotdogs and provide the plates which included chips, dessert and a drink. Sheriff Chad McBride, Emergency Management Director David Baker and other deputies attended the cookout held at the Pelzer Community Building. “We wanted to make sure they know we appreciate what they do,” said Crimewatch organizer and Pelzer Clerk Cheryl Beaudreau. Beaudreau thanked Bargain Foods and Tim Erwin for their donations and everyone who helped make the event a success. Pictured loading meals are (front right) Cheryl Beaudreau, (front left) Jerry Hill, Pelzer Mayor Roger Scott and Pelzer Councilman Gary Pridmore. (Photo by Eddie Waits)

David Hatley mans the grill while cooking hotdogs for local law enforcement. (Photo by Eddie Waits)