Mounties spoiled with home baking from local seniors
2017-05-01 08:00 PDT
File # Mounties spoiled with home baking from local seniors
The Nanaimo RCMP got a welcome surprise when a group of local seniors dropped by the Detachment with a tray of homemade cookies, just to let them know they were appreciated and their service and commitment to Nanaimo does not go unnoticed. The cookies were delivered and quickly eaten on Thursday April 27th.
This visit was totally unexpected and simply made our day,said Superintendent Cameron Miller who accepted the cookies on behalf of the officers of the Nanaimo RCMP Detachment.
The seniors were from the Long Lake Chateau, a local senior’s retirement home in Nanaimo. Prior to surprising the officers, they had also dropped off another tray of goodies for local firemen at the City of Nanaimo Fire and Rescue main station.
Shown in the attached photo, in the back row from the left Staff Sergeant John Blasse, Inspector Lisa Fletcher, Inspector Sorab Rupa and Corporal Jon Stuart. On the far right, back row is Constable Christine Bellhumeur and beside her Constable Jocelyn Picard. Front and centre with the cookies is Superintendent Cameron Miller, Officer in Charge of the Nanaimo RCMP Detachment.
Cst. Gary O'BrienMedia Relations Officer
Community Policing Services, Nanaimo
303 Prideaux St, Nanaimo, BC, V9R 2N3
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