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LPD: Shop with a Cop Pie Auction a success

The first “Shop with a Cop Pie Auction” was a huge success this year, Ludington Police Chief Mark Barnett announced in a press release today.  Held in the Stearns Ballroom and facilitated by WMOM (102.7 FM) Radio the on-line auction raised over $3,809.00 towards the 2015 Shop with a Cop event to be held before Christmas this year.  Businesses and individuals from Ludington and all around Mason County donated pies which were placed up for sale to the highest bidders. Comments (0)

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