The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is still working on raising funds for our goal to establish a dual purpose K-9 program in our office. Our 2-year goal is to raise $16,500 to purchase the drug detection and patrol trained dog and for the deputy to attend in-depth training with the dog.
Last week we were blessed with a visit from the “Tornadoes” group in Chillicothe. This group kindly donated $500 for the K-9 program.
The Tornadoes is a nonprofit organization with 11 current members. These ladies are described as “Sisters Not By Blood, But By Heart”. The Tornadoes have a common goal of helping others in our community by supporting some great causes such as Domestic Violence Awareness, Breast Cancer Awareness, and Autism Speaks as well as help build, strengthen, and encourage other nonprofit organizations. The Tornadoes have fund raising events throughout the year and make donations throughout the community all in honor and memory of Angela Newsom.
We are proud of the work these ladies continue to do and are blessed to have their friendship and their gracious donation to our K-9 fund is very much appreciated.
You may contact the Tornadoes by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to join our team and contribute to the K-9 fund please contact Sheriff Steve Cox, Captain Sindy Fitpzatrick, or Chief Deputy Michael Claypole at 901 Webster Street in Chillicothe or call us at 660-646-0515.
Sheriff Steve Cox