Recent Community BBQ Raises Money For Cops & Kids Program & Safe Passage

The BBQ for Blue also celebrated the hard work of local law enforcement.

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(Greendale, Ind.) - Two local non-profit organizations are benefitting from a recent community barbeque.

The City of Greendale, Safe Passage, Inc., the Greendale Police Department and Big G’s BBQ and Catering came together on September 13 to provide BBQ lunches for Dearborn County residents and celebrate the hard work of local law enforcement.  

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Through free will offerings, the event raised $4,400 dollars with the proceeds being split down the middle between Safe Passage, Inc. and the FOP Cops and Kids shopping event.

Big G’s BBQ and Catering presented checks from the BBQ For Blue fundraiser on Wednesday.

Among those in attendance were Greendale Mayor Alan Weiss; Daniel Rosengarn, Lawrenceburg Police Department, Vice President of the FOP; Greendale Police Chief Dewayne Uhlman; Sheila Knapp Gramaglia, Big G's; Beth Kroger, Safe Passage; Officer Pam Taylor, Greendale Police Department, Treasurer FOP; Pat Gramaglia, Big G's BBQ. 





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