OCSO recognized for Honoring Their Service help


Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, left, and Lt. Jim Stokes from the Sheriff’s Office, middle, accept a Certificate of Appreciation from Tom Morse, 2015 chairman of Honoring Their Service. The Sheriff’s Office assisted in escorting service members from Easley to Lake Keowee in Oconee County during the 2015 Honoring Their Service parade held June 22. Deputies drove in the parade, Ranger One followed in the air, Sheriff’s Office K-9 units provided security and the Marine Unit patrolled Lake Keowee while service members enjoyed the lake.


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Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, left, and Lt. Jim Stokes from the Sheriff’s Office, middle, accept a Certificate of Appreciation from Tom Morse, 2015 chairman of Honoring Their Service. The Sheriff’s Office assisted in escorting service members from Easley to Lake Keowee in Oconee County during the 2015 Honoring Their Service parade held June 22. Deputies drove in the parade, Ranger One followed in the air, Sheriff’s Office K-9 units provided security and the Marine Unit patrolled Lake Keowee while service members enjoyed the lake.

Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, left, and Lt. Jim Stokes from the Sheriff’s Office, middle, accept a Certificate of Appreciation from Tom Morse, 2015 chairman of Honoring Their Service. The Sheriff’s Office assisted in escorting service members from Easley to Lake Keowee in Oconee County during the 2015 Honoring Their Service parade held June 22. Deputies drove in the parade, Ranger One followed in the air, Sheriff’s Office K-9 units provided security and the Marine Unit patrolled Lake Keowee while service members enjoyed the lake.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ocsohonoringaward.jpgOconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, left, and Lt. Jim Stokes from the Sheriff’s Office, middle, accept a Certificate of Appreciation from Tom Morse, 2015 chairman of Honoring Their Service. The Sheriff’s Office assisted in escorting service members from Easley to Lake Keowee in Oconee County during the 2015 Honoring Their Service parade held June 22. Deputies drove in the parade, Ranger One followed in the air, Sheriff’s Office K-9 units provided security and the Marine Unit patrolled Lake Keowee while service members enjoyed the lake. Courtesy photo
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