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KSP Post 8 Tiny Town at Mt. Sterling

Date of News Release: 10/08/2012

KSP Post 8 Tiny Town at Mt. Sterling

(MOREHEAD, KY) -- On Saturday, October 6, 2012 Mt. Sterling, Kentucky celebrated "100 Best Communities in The Nation". Mt. Sterling received the distinction of being one of the best 100 communities. As part of the festivities, the Kentucky State Police Post 8 "Tiny Town" was invited share the excitement. On hand to assist with Tiny Town were four MSU Medical Students and four Mt. Sterling Fire/EMS members. They volunteered their time to make the celebration a success.

Savanna Keeton directs the young riders at the Railroad Crossing sign, while Cairee Fannin operates the controls.  Ashley Peterson stands by to make sure there are no “collisions”

The above photo is Savanna Keeton directs the young riders at the Railroad Crossing sign, while Cairee Fannin operates the controls. Ashley Peterson stands by to make sure there are no “collisions”

The community gathers to watch their young drivers learn traffic safety at KSP Post 8, Tiny Town.

The above photo is the community gathers to watch their young drivers learn traffic safety at KSP Post 8, Tiny Town.

Assisting Trooper Endre Samu with the program is (Front row L-R) Chelsea Wagner, Cairee Fannin, Savanna Keeton and Ashley Peterson.  (Back row L-R) is Jonathan MacNamara, James Griffith, Dave Fifer and Justin Bergman.

Assisting Trooper Endre Samu with the program is (Front row L-R) Chelsea Wagner, Cairee Fannin, Savanna Keeton and Ashley Peterson. (Back row L-R) is Jonathan MacNamara, James Griffith, Dave Fifer and Justin Bergman.

Captain Brian Bowling wishes to express his appreciation for the community relationship put forth by the MSU students and the Mt. Sterling Fire/EMS.

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