Cookies offer taste of reciprocal gratitude

The Chester County Sheriff’s Office recently welcomed a special cookie delivery with a reaction that proved this was no half-baked offering.

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Lauren Bolt (front), executive pastry chef at Jenner’s Pond Retirement Community, delivers freshly baked cookies to appreciative members of the Chester County Sheriff’s Department.

Lauren Bolt, executive pastry chef at Jenner’s Pond Retirement Community, made the delicious drop-off as part of the nationwide “Cookies for a Cop” program. The purpose of the program is to ensure that those in law enforcement know that their service is appreciated and valued, a county press release said.

Chester County K-9 deputy Luke is very pleased to receive a specially baked biscuit from his Deputy Sheriff partner Mike Carlson.

Chester County K-9 Deputy Luke gets a specially baked biscuit from his partner, Deputy Sheriff Mike Carlson.

The doggone sweet gesture even included Chester County’s K-9 deputies, who each received specially baked biscuits.

“We really appreciate Lauren’s desire to be a part of the ‘Cookies for a Cop’ program, using her talent to show appreciation for the deputies,” Chester County Sheriff Carolyn "Bunny" Welsh said in the release. “We’re also grateful that she considered the K-9 officers and their partners so that there was something good for everyone.”

“Cookies for a Cop” is a national program that is now in its third year. It has been responsible for hundreds of thousands of cookies that have been delivered to law enforcement departments, correctional centers, and dispatch centers in states across the nation, the release said.






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