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Radcliff Walmart store manager donates 50 Christmas trees to police

Just days before Christmas, the Radcliff Police Department received approximately 50 Christmas trees which were donated by the local Walmart store manager to spread holiday cheer. According to a Facebook post, Walmart Supercenter store manager Andy Logsdon donated the trees, which police said are distributing to those who don’t have them. “A big THANK YOU to Andy Logsdon and the Radcliff Walmart Super Center for this gracious gift and for always supporting the community and the town of Radcliff,” Police Chief Jeffrey Cross said. In the video player above: More than 70,000 toys collected for children in Western Kentucky The police department said anyone in need of a tree can call 270-351-4470, ext. 4481. Appellants can ask for Captain Wells or Lieutenant Holeman. The police department did not say if all of the trees were donated.

A few days before Christmas, the Radcliff Police Department received approximately 50 Christmas trees which were donated by the local Walmart store manager to spread holiday cheer.

According to a Facebook post, Walmart Supercenter store manager Andy Logsdon donated the trees, which police said were distributing to those who didn’t have one.

“A big THANK YOU to Andy Logsdon and the Radcliff Walmart Super Center for this gracious gift and for always supporting the community and the town of Radcliff,” Police Chief Jeffrey Cross said.

In the video player above: Over 70,000 Toys Collected for Children in Western Kentucky

The police department said anyone in need of a tree can call 270-351-4470, ext. 4481. Appellants can ask for Captain Wells or Lieutenant Holeman.

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The police department did not say if all of the trees were donated.