Explorer Post Helps Bradyville Community

Explorer Post Helps Bradyville Community

Standing, left to right: John House and Charlie Wilder. Front row: Jake Wilder and Phillip Howell.
The Cannon County Explorer Post #88 sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #88 installed Neighborhood Watch signs in the Bradyville community December 6, 2009.

“The Explorers volunteered their time to install these signs,” said FOP President Charlie Wilder, Investigator for the Cannon County Sheriff’s Department. “They are to be commended for giving their time to help prevent crime in the Bradyville area. If residents see any suspicious activity they are urged to call the Sheriff’s Department.”

Assisting in the installation of the signs were Investigator Wilder, 2008 FOP President John House of the Woodbury Police Department, Jake Wilder and Phillip Howell.

The FOP has sponsored the Explorer post for the past three years and will be attending the National Explorer Conference in Gatlinburg in February 2010.

Currently there are nine students participating in the Explorer Post #88.

Any student interested in joining the Post should contact Officer House at the Woodbury Police Department, 563-5949 or Investigator Wilder at the Cannon County Jail 563-1000.