Calvert Sheriff Receives $5,000 Grant from State Farm Insurance - Southern Maryland Headline News

Calvert Sheriff Receives $5,000 Grant from State Farm Insurance


Lt. Col. Tom Hejl, First Sgt. Bill Soper, and Sheriff Mike Evans receive a ceremonial $5,000 check from State Farm Insurance agent Wayne Shoemaker and Emily Presa. The money will be used for child safety programs in Calvert.
Lt. Col. Tom Hejl, First Sgt. Bill Soper, and Sheriff Mike Evans receive a ceremonial $5,000 check from State Farm Insurance agent Wayne Shoemaker and Emily Presa. The money will be used for child safety programs in Calvert. (Photo courtesy Calvert County Sheriff's Office)

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Dec. 20, 2007)—Yesterday, State Farm Insurance agent Wayne Shoemaker and staff member Emily Presa presented a check to Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans for $5,000. The check is part of a grant that the Sheriff's Office had applied to State Farm Insurance for child safety programs.

The money will assist the Sheriff's Office Bike Patrol Team in its' continuing effort to present Bike Rodeos to the youth of Calvert County.

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