Lexington PD will be host luncheon to benefit family of fallen South Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper
Lexington, SC (October 31, 2017) Lexington Police Chief Chief Terrence Green announced Tuesday that the Lexington Police Department will be having a luncheon to benefit the family of South Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper Daniel Keith Rebman, Jr. who died in a line of duty collision last week in Greenville County, South Carolina.
On Thursday, November 2, 2017, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., officers will be serving hot dog lunches which will include two hotdogs, chips, drink, and dessert for $5.00 per box lunch.
This luncheon will take place at the Town of Lexington Municipal Complex which is located at 111 Maiden Lane in Lexington, South Carolina.
This benefit luncheon was made possible by the generous support of local businesses who quickly stepped in to provide drinks, chips, hotdog buns, condiments, desserts, and other items which will greatly maximize the donation that will be given to the Rebman family.
The businesses supporting the benefit luncheon for Trooper Daniel Keith Redman, Jr. include:
Chick-fil-A Saluda Pointe
Coca-Cola Consolidated Bottling Co.
Cribb’s Sandwich & Sweet Shop
Derst Baking Company
Hudson’s Smokehouse BBQ
Momma Rabbit’s Nibbles & Sips
A total of 500 hot dog lunches will be made for this event and there will be seating available for those who would like to eat lunch at the Town of Lexington Municipal Complex in the conference room or at the nearby Virginia Hylton Park.
For those who would like to call in multiple to-go orders, please contact Corporal Cameron Mortenson at 803-609-7211 or email email@example.com to set up a pick up time.