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Floresville police officers spread Christmas joy


Floresville police officers spread Christmas joy
Santa and Elf Robert Gonzalez share the joy of Christmas with a young boy.


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January 8, 2014
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This past Christmas, the Floresville Police Department and Floresville Police Officers Association were able to deliver toys to about 100 local kids, as well as meals to eight families, compliments of our friends, Sam and Angel Andrade, Roper’s Dancehall, and St. Vincent de Paul.

Their generous donations made it possible to spread immeasurable joy to so many families in our community.

Very special thanks to coordinators Monica Veliz and Olga Ramirez for all of your hard work! Thank you, Mayor Diana Garza, Chief Lorenzo Herrera, Lt. Chad Clark, Brianna M. Valverde, Lexie, Robert Jr., Ivan, Tori, Jaxon, and baby Nolan for all of your help organizing and distributing the meals and gifts! And most of all, thank you to Santa Claus and his outstanding elf, Robert Gonzalez, who truly put the smiles on the faces of all those kids!
 

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