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Lt. Kane honored as Maine State Grange Law Enforcement Officer of the Year

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Jamie Kane Piscataquis Sheriff's Valley Grange

Photo courtesy of Walter Boomsma
MAINE GRANGE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OF THE YEAR — Maine State Grange Community Service Director Christine Corliss presents Lt. Jamie Kane of the Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Office with the Maine State Grange Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award and a check for a $100 donation to the charity of his choice. He selected the Valley Grange of Guilford as the recipient to “help with their Dictionary and Bookworm Programs.” As the state’s recipient, Kane becomes eligible for a Regional and National Grange Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award. Corliss pointed out that it’s possible to receive the National Award without having received the Regional Award. The honor was presented at the beginning of the 145th annual Maine State Grange Convention during the open banquet and awards ceremony Oct. 17 at the Skowhegan Community Center.

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