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Help Detective Gibson’s son kick leukemia

June 19, 2015

Earlier this week, Detective Lee Gibson, of the Charlottesville Police Department, and his family received some heartbreaking news. Lee’s 3 year old son Caleb was diagnosed with Leukemia.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Caleb and his family, that his treatment may be short & effective so that this little man can get back to playing & being a healthy little boy.
Please consider donating to help this officer & his family in their time of need. It's all about "supporting those who protect us". Every little bit helps and no donation is too small. Thank you.
http://www.youcaring.com/the-lee-blair-gibson-family-373005

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James Pierce

The Police Department supports the Boys & Girls Club Teen Program by sending officers to the Cherry Avenue Club from 7 to 11 p.m. during the summer. There is nothing quite like seeing a police officer on a Teen Night in the Club, smiling, shooting hoops, or riding a mechanical bull to humanize all officers for the kids. The Club appreciates its unique partnership with the CPD and CPF.

—James Pierce, Executive Director

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia