Joshua Burrell distributed raffle tickets during the 2020 Riding the Ridge to benefit the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office’s annual Shop With a Cop. Each year, Shop With a Cop works to provide a brighter Christmas for less fortunate area children. Riding the Ridge was held Saturday, June 27 with participants gathering for the start at Fannin County Middle School.
David and Hariett Emig and their dog Jack participated in the 2020 Riding the Ridge event Saturday, June 27 to help raise money for Shop with a Cop.
The 2020 Riding the Ridge event, held Saturday, June 27, helped raise money for the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office’s annual Shop with a Cop event. Volunteers shown are, from left, James Burrell, School Resource Officer Jim Burrell and U.S. Forest Service Officer Mike Tipton.
Jeep enthusiasts from all over traveled to Blue Ridge to participate in the 2020 Riding the Ridge jeep ride fundraiser for Shop with a Cop. Fannin County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark White and Julie Green are shown above.
The Kelly family, consisting of Lance, Candie, Kendyl, Ryan and their dog CJ, traveled to Fannin County Middle School to eat a quick lunch before riding the ridges at the annual fundraiser for Shop with a Cop Saturday, June 27.
Jane and Alan Chambers brought their jeep and two dogs, Sissie and King, to ride the ridges with other jeep lovers as a fundraiser for Fannin County Sheriff’s Office’s annual Shop with a Cop event.
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