Law Enforcement Dinner Held in Fortuna

A homemade dinner was served including turkey, brisket, sides, desserts and drinks in appreciation for local law enforcement.

A homemade dinner was served including turkey, brisket, sides, desserts and drinks in appreciation for local law enforcement. Photo by John Inman.

The Fortuna Senior Citizens Center held their Annual Law Enforcement Dinner Thursday, April 21. A homemade dinner was prepared including turkey, brisket, sides, desserts and drinks in appreciation for local law enforcement. Current and retired law enforcement including current representatives from the Moniteau and Morgan County Sheriff's Department, Missouri State Troopers and Tipton City Police were present for the dinner. Turkeys were donated by Cargill. For more information about the Fortuna Senior Citizens, contact President Buster Morrison at 573-378-5517.

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A row of vehicles from various area law enforcement were parked, but ready for a quick exit in case of an emergency, at the law enforcement dinner.

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Fortuna Senior Citizen's President Buster Morrison gives Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Greg Kindle the floor to talk about issues affecting the patrol.

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Moniteau County Sheriff Jeptha (Jay) Gump speaks at the Law Enforcement Dinner held Thursday, April 21, at the Senior Citizen's Center, Fortuna.

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