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Police Win Saturday Donut Scarfing Contest

lower pottsgrove township: Police Win Paradise Donut Scarfing ContestWHO’DA THUNK THE POLICE WOULD WIN? – In a good-natured donut hole-eating competition Saturday morning (Nov. 21, 2015) between representatives of the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department and the Sanatoga Fire Company, the police took the cake … but by just one treat. The contest was part of the grand opening launch of the Paradise Donuts franchise, 2170 E. High St., Sanatoga. Store owner Bill Parker’s challenge: eat as many donut holes in one minute as contestants could stomach. Retired Sgt. Greg Maskrey represented the police department; Junior Firefighter Ben Welty scarfed ’em down for his company (at right). A ribbon-cutting was part of the day’s events, too, at which Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ President Bruce Foltz (top) presided. A crowd of onlookers enjoyed themselves, and police Chief Michael Foltz noted “both agencies are winners. We are a team every other day, and conquer many difficult incidents together.”

Photos from the Sanatoga Fire Company via Facebook

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