PRESENTED DONATION–On Tuesday, Feb. 23, Roeslein presented a $12,500 check to go towards the Red Bud Police Department’s K9 program. Pictured at the presentation are: Roeslein Divisional President – Global Manufacturing Rob Campbell, Red Bud Police Chief John Brittingham, Roeslein Plant Manager Mike Umbdenstock and Red Bud Mayor Tim Lowry.
Red Bud is one step closer to getting a K9 for the police department after some very generous donations.
On Feb. 23, Police Chief John Brittingham gratefully accepted a check for $12,500 from Roeslein and Associates, Inc. to go towards the program.
“We’re happy to be a part of this initiative and to help the community,” said Roeslein Divisional President – Global Manufacturing Rob Campbell.
Roeslein Plant Manager Mike Umbdenstock added, “It’s a great opportunity for the community, and we’re happy to do what we can.”
Campbell noted that the company’s doors are open to the police department for them to use in training the K9. He feels that this would be a great benefit to not only the police and community, but help to keep their workplace drug free.
For more on Red Bud’s K9 program, please see this week’s print edition.