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Join us for Chuck Lee's Benefit Dinner on Nov. 12th

Join us for Chuck Lee's Benefit Dinner on Nov. 12th

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Published by: Jason Johnson on Oct 31, 2011
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P R E S S R E L E A S E
October 31, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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Contact: P.I.O. Jason Johnson, MCSOPhone: (Office) 406-258-3322, (Cell) 406-531-0304Email:
Find us online at: facebook.com/MissoulaCountySheriffsOffice or Twitter - MSLASheriff 
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WHAT:
First Annual Missoula County Sheriff’s OfficeChaplain Benefit Dinner 
 
WHEN:
Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 7:00 PM
WHERE:
First Lutheran Church
,
2808 South Ave W, Missoula
RSVP @ 258-4810
WHY:
Members of the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office and countless communitymembers have benefited greatly from the services Chaplain Chuck Leeprovides and now it’s our turn to help. That is why the Missoula CountyDeputy Sheriff’s Association is hosting this first annual event. The dinner which will be $15 per plate includes an “Original Italian Recipe” spaghettidinner and a short program that will include testimonies from severalemergency workers and community members whose lives have beentouched by Chaplain Lee. There will also be a change to win someawesome raffle prizes.
Chaplain Chuck Lee has over 23 years of experience as a pastor. In 2002, hebegan serving as a volunteer chaplain for the
Missoula County Sheriff’s Office
.In 2006, Chaplain Lee agreed to a contract with the Sheriff’s Office. Although theposition requires more than forty hours of work each week, the Sheriff’s Officebudget only allows for minimal funding for the contract. As a result, Chaplain Leedepends on donations from community members to help make ends meet.

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