A big part of the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office is retiring, and it's going to take a very special newcomer to walk in his paw prints. Post Community Credit Union has teamed up with the Sheriff's Office for the second year in a row to raise the nearly $20,000 it's going to take to bring a new K-9 to the force.


K-9s aren't simply an officer's best friend; they are specially trained and highly intelligent members of the force who help detect bombs, drugs, missing children - the list goes on and on.  The training is expensive, and a lot of work goes in to it, but since the introduction of dogs to policing, crime fighting was completely changed for the better. Anyone who has ever been on a K-9 unit understands that.  So, while $20,000 may seem like a lot, it's a small price to pay for such an integral part of public safety.

You know what we always say; if everyone gives a little, we'll have a lot.  Help Post Community Credit Union raise the money for a new member of the Calhoun County Sheriff's department by clicking here.

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