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Kiwanis Club honors Officer of the Quarter

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The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Officer Jeff Kriska of the Affton Southwest Precinct of the St. Louis County Police Department as its Officer of the Quarter. Kriska was honored for his untiring dedication and service to the south county community. He currently serves as a school resource officer at Sperreng Middle School. Ed Kurmann, right, of the Kiwanis Club presented Kriska with a certificate of recognition and a gift card to a local restaurant. Kriska was accompanied to the meeting by Officer Paul Gordon, left, and Capt. Melissa Webb, commander of the Affton-Southwest Precinct.

    Kiwanis Club honors Officer of the Quarter

    Kiwanis Club honors Officer of the Quarter

    The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Officer Michael Petty of the Affton-Southwest Precinct of the St. Louis County Police Department as its Officer of the Quarter. He was recognized for exceptional performance of his duties and the volunteer services he performs in the community. Petty is a member of the Crisis Intervention Team and a training officer in his precinct. He was presented with a certificate of recognition and a gift card to a local restaurant. Petty is pictured with Capt. Chris Stocker, left, and Kiwanis Club President Ed Kurmann.

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