Members of the Clearwater RCMP detachment parked their cruisers at Buy-Low Foods Saturday afternoon for the first Cram the Cruiser event to support the Clearwater and District Food Bank. Clearwater RCMP accepted non-perishable donations, packing the cab of the cruiser, as well as the box. Cash donations were accepted as well. At the end of the day, the donations were taken to the food bank where they were weighed. A total of 1,282 pounds of non-perishable food items and $1,550 in cash were donated, all of which went directly to the local food bank. “We are very impressed with the generosity of our community, especially in these uncertain times!” said Sgt. Grant Simpson, detachment commander. From l-r: Cpl. James Anderson, Melody Romeo (victim services), Blake Simpson, Sgt. Grant Simpson (detachment commander), Cst. Jay Meyer, Aux. Mike Chambers. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

Members of the Clearwater RCMP detachment parked their cruisers at Buy-Low Foods Saturday afternoon for the first Cram the Cruiser event to support the Clearwater and District Food Bank. Clearwater RCMP accepted non-perishable donations, packing the cab of the cruiser, as well as the box. Cash donations were accepted as well. At the end of the day, the donations were taken to the food bank where they were weighed. A total of 1,282 pounds of non-perishable food items and $1,550 in cash were donated, all of which went directly to the local food bank. “We are very impressed with the generosity of our community, especially in these uncertain times!” said Sgt. Grant Simpson, detachment commander. From l-r: Cpl. James Anderson, Melody Romeo (victim services), Blake Simpson, Sgt. Grant Simpson (detachment commander), Cst. Jay Meyer, Aux. Mike Chambers. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

First RCMP Cram the Cruiser a success

Members of the Clearwater RCMP detachment parked their cruisers at Buy-Low Foods Saturday afternoon for the first Cram the Cruiser event to support the Clearwater and District Food Bank. Clearwater RCMP accepted non-perishable donations, packing the cab of the cruiser, as well as the box. Cash donations were accepted as well. At the end of the day, the donations were taken to the food bank where they were weighed. A total of 1,282 pounds of non-perishable food items and $1,550 in cash were donated, all of which went directly to the local food bank. “We are very impressed with the generosity of our community, especially in these uncertain times!” said Sgt. Grant Simpson, detachment commander. From l-r: Cpl. James Anderson, Melody Romeo (victim services), Blake Simpson, Sgt. Grant Simpson (detachment commander), Cst. Jay Meyer, Aux. Mike Chambers. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

By Stephanie Hagenaars