The American Woodmark Foundation presented the Frederick County/Winchester Law Enforcement Foundation with a $2,150 check to help support outreach efforts in Winchester. The presentation came during the Law Enforcement Foundation’s annual board meeting on Monday, April 25, 2016.
The funds will be used to help with the police department’s weekly “Teen Night Out” at the Youth Development Center. WPD sponsors the event every Thursday evening from 7-9 p.m. to help promote positive relationships between officers and teens in the community. Officers even provide free rides for students who want to attend. The generous donation from the American Woodmark Foundation will help cover the cost of meals each week.
Winchester Police Chief Kevin Sanzenbacher (center) and Board President Jason Aikens (left) accepted the donation. The Frederick County/Winchester Law Enforcement Foundation supports several programs, including WPD’s annual Kids & Cops camp, National Night Out, the Timbrook House Youth Reporting Center, and training for Law Enforcement.