Annually, Elizabethtown FOP Lodge No. 40 hosts Shop with a Cop. We partner with local public school districts to provide essential clothing items as well as a toy to under-resourced children they have identified in their respective districts. This program would not be possible without the generosity of our sponsors.
Here’s a list of the donors who supported the 2019 “Shop with A Cop.”
A&M Automotive Solutions; American Legion Riders Post No. 113; American Pro Staffing; Aaron and Monkia Mulhall; Bluegrass Sports Complex; BMD Generosity Fund; Bobby Dobson; Brown Funeral Home; Bruce Justin Ferriell, attorney; Cardinal Health employees; Carl Cox, Kentucky Farm Bureau; Carlisle’s Rock and Dirt; Carolyn and Chuck Browder; Casey Chiropractic; Cathy and Charlie Wise; Charlie Williams; Clark Jewelers; Coleman Lochmiller and Bond; Creekside Auto; Curtis Willoughby Construction; D. Dee Shaw; Dale and Vivian Rector; Danny and Debbie Fegett; David Lee; Debbie Donnelly; Dixie Pawn Shop; Dwight Preston; Doug’s Towing and Recovery; E’town Animal Control; E’town Small Engine; Ferguson’s Home Repair and Remodeling Inc.; Gilbert and Alma Colyer; Glenda McFadden; Glenn Williams; Grover Berry; Hardin County Road Department employees; Harvey and Nichols Family Dentistry; Helen Coleman; Jeff’s Prescription Shop; Jeremy Aldridge; Joe and Jennie Prather; Sheriff John Ward; Johnsons Auto Detailing; Judge John Simcoe; Judge Pamela Addington; Keith and Keith Ent. LLC; Kiwanis Club of Hardin County; Larry Ashlock; Larry Waddell’s Scrap Metal; Leading Edge Networking; Lincoln Trail Home Builders Association; Los Chalupas; Martha Thomas; Maggie Jewell; McMillen Mechanical; Miller and Durham Attorneys; Musselwhite, Meinhart & Staples; North American Heritage Services; Pat Petit; Phoenix Bearings, Probation and Parole and Quick and Coleman attorneys at law.
Public affairs officer
Elizabethtown Police Department