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Photo submittedTrooper Island Camp was developed by the Kentucky State Police through tax deductible contributions. The camping program is dedicated to the development of the child's self image, building the physical body through nutritious food, fresh air and exercise, developing mental capabilities with classroom study and developing a respect for the law and pride in one's community. Trooper Shane Jacobs is pictured accepting the $2,500 Walmart DC Community Grant from General Manager Jeff Akers, right, and volunteer Mark Clark, left.
Photo submittedTrooper Island Camp was developed by the Kentucky State Police through tax deductible contributions. The camping program is dedicated to the development of the child's self image, building the physical body through nutritious food, fresh air and exercise, developing mental capabilities with classroom study and developing a respect for the law and pride in one's community. Trooper Shane Jacobs is pictured accepting the $2,500 Walmart DC Community Grant from General Manager Jeff Akers, right, and volunteer Mark Clark, left.
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Trooper Island Camp was developed by the Kentucky State Police through tax deductible contributions. The camping program is dedicated to the development of the child’s self image, building the physical body through nutritious food, fresh air and exercise, developing mental capabilities with classroom study and developing a respect for the law and pride in one’s community. Trooper Shane Jacobs is pictured accepting the $2,500 Walmart DC Community Grant from General Manager Jeff Akers, right, and volunteer Mark Clark, left.

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