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Area Businesses Partnered with LCSO to Help Educate Area Youth



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We would like to thank the following businesses that wanted to partner with the Livingston County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) and LAW Publications to help us obtain needed educational materials for students in Livingston County.  The pamphlets and other items help with such things as information, awareness and education on drugs, violence, suicide, personal safety and much more.

This school year members of the LCSO will work with certain age students at Bishop Hogan, Chula School, and Southwest School and with the D.A.R.E. and School Resource Officer(s) for students at Chillicothe Schools.  We are very excited about this opportunity and to have these important tools and information to help with our area youth.  These are quality items the students can take home to share with family and friends and keep for future reference.  Our goal is to give young people a fighting chance to avoid the dangers that can quickly ruin and even take their life.

These businesses and leaders see and understand the importance of protecting and educating our young people on the many issues they may very well face and be exposed to.

Brotherton Truck & Trailer, 10041 Highway 65 North, Chillicothe

CASE Contracting, 1039 International, Chillicothe

Chillicothe Diesel. 1024 International, Chillicothe

Chula Farmers COOP, 215 Manning Avenue, Chula

Gabrielson Truck Repair, 14046 LIV 249, Chillicothe

Heritage Funeral Home, 3141 N. Washington, Chillicothe

Hy-Vee Food Stores, 1210 Washington, Chillicothe

Lauhoff Jewelry, 620 Washington, Chillicothe

Meadville Locker, 412 Madison, Chillicothe

Missouri Farm Bureau, Joe Neptune agent, 103 Washington, Chillicothe

Pat Thorne Lumber, 402 Ryan Lane, Chillicothe

S&B Hinnen Hauling, 90 Mansur, Chillicothe

Sensenich Jeweler, 717 Webster, Chillicothe


Please join us in giving these supporters a huge THANK YOU for their commitment and support.

Photo is of one of the booklets we will be using and sharing.



Sheriff Steve Cox