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Grainger joins community children’s project

<p>Randall Rogers from Grainger presented Police Chief Will Dawson with a $10,000 check for custom paint and graphics to be applied to the new Hummer being customized by volunteers as a vehicle for use at Greenwood Schools. The Hummer will be an eye-catching kid-friendly vehicle designed with the intention of improving the rapport between local law enforcement and school kids. The project is nearing completion. Chief Dawson hopes for work being done by Arkansas Customs to be finished this week. Then the custom paint and graphic work will begin.</p>

Randall Rogers from Grainger presented Police Chief Will Dawson with a $10,000 check for custom paint and graphics to be applied to the new Hummer being customized by volunteers as a vehicle for use at Greenwood Schools. The Hummer will be an eye-catching kid-friendly vehicle designed with the intention of improving the rapport between local law enforcement and school kids. The project is nearing completion. Chief Dawson hopes for work being done by Arkansas Customs to be finished this week. Then the custom paint and graphic work will begin.

Randall Rogers from Grainger presented Police Chief Will Dawson with a $10,000 check for custom paint and graphics to be applied to the new Hummer being customized by volunteers as a vehicle for use at Greenwood Schools. The Hummer will be an eye-catching kid-friendly vehicle designed with the intention of improving the rapport between local law enforcement and school kids. The project is nearing completion. Chief Dawson hopes for work being done by Arkansas Customs to be finished this week. Then the custom paint and graphic work will begin.

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