Epiphany seniors offer thanks to fire, police departments

Sister Corrine Dahlheimer and Marilyn Luke, two members of the Epiphany Pines Senior Center Community Club brought baked goods to the Coon Rapids Police Department this past week to show their appreciation for law enforcement.

“This is a gift from the club. We all voted and felt this was an important thing to do,” said Luke. “We appreciate the police department and everything they do for us. Whenever anyone gets sick or needs anything at the senior center they respond extremely quickly.”

“With all that is going on in the world and all the pressure on the police we wanted to show them our appreciation. They deserve our respect for all the great work they do,” Dahlheimer said.

The ladies mentioned the baked goods could be frozen if need be, and Coon Rapids Police Chief Brad Wise said, “We won’t have to worry about that. They won’t last long. Everyone here will make sure they are eaten.”

Marilyn Luke (left) and Sister Corrine Dahlheimer (right) gave the department a large box of assorted baked goods. Photo by Danny Mooers Marilyn Luke (left) and Sister Corrine Dahlheimer (right) also provided a sign and a thank you card expressing their appreciation. Photo by Danny Mooers
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Marilyn Luke (left) and Sister Corrine Dahlheimer (right) also provided a sign and a thank you card expressing their appreciation. Photo by Danny Mooers