The Weld County Sheriff's Office was treated to yet another sign of appreciation from our community.
On Thursday night, deputies at the Weld County Jail were treated to homemade burritos from The Bridge at Greeley.
The staff and residents at The Bridge, an assisted living community, have traditionally hosted first responders for a breakfast to show appreciation for their service. However due to current conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, they were unable to host such a breakfast in 2020. Instead, as a token of their appreciation, Tasha Bennett from The Bridge delivered three coolers of homemade burritos and a variety of hot sauces for the deputies to enjoy.
Thank you, Tasha and everyone at The Bridge for keeping our folks on the jail side well fed.
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