Morgan County Sheriff's Office Shows Unwavering Support and Active Participation at County Fair
The Morgan County Sheriff's Office had an eventful week at the County Fair, demonstrating their commitment to community engagement and showcasing their competitive spirit. Sheriff Rich Myers, Jail Commander David Rogers, Jail Matron Jessica Fowler, Lt. Jacob Babbs, and Lt. Andrew Moore kicked off the festivities by spending a day in the dunk tank, raising funds and providing their support to the Morgan County 4-H Youth Leaders.
As the sun set, the Sheriff's Office took on the challenge of the highly anticipated Human Tractor Pulls, fielding three formidable teams. The Administration Team, consisting of Sheriff Richard Myers, Karen Myers, Matron Jessica Fowler, Major David Rogers, Lt. Jacob Babbs, and Lt. Andrew Moore, exhibited exceptional teamwork and determination.
The Patrol Team, Captain Dan Downing, Lt. Kris Lawson, Sgt. Dana Karr, Deputy Dallas Hayden, Deputy Zachary Bernstein, and Bartholomew CO. Deputy Brandon Sellers, demonstrated their strength and competitive spirit winning 2nd place!
Not to be outdone, the Jail Division Team, including Sgt. Josiah Steinbrook, Cpl. Brod Sasse, Officer Eric Bogger, Officer Austin Phillips, Officer Kevin Thompson, and Officer Brayden Fraker, showcased their skills and teamwork in the exhilarating event.
Adding a touch of humor to the festivities, Major David Rogers represented the Sheriff's Office in the pie-eating contest, competing against Fair President Terry Brock, Fair Queen Ainsley Lowder, Fair Princess Chloe Towell-Crook and Mayor Kenny Costin.
Sheriff Myers played a crucial role as the MC throughout the week, adding his distinctive charm and ensuring that the fair events ran smoothly.
The Morgan County Sheriff's Office's active involvement in the County Fair exemplifies their dedication to serving the community beyond their law enforcement duties. Their unwavering support and enthusiastic participation have solidified their status as true community partners.