On May 23, Cameron Hosier, his mother Carla, father Scott and sister Kayla joined Officer Jared Rudduck who accepted a box full of items needed to keep the Avon Lake Police K-9, Ady, a little safer.
“We really appreciate this,” Rudduck said when presented with the items at the . “I know Cameron led the charge but it was also a family project.”
Cameron, a sixth-grader at , sold Malley’s chocolates and operated a booth at the Love-A-Stray 5K race last month raising more than $300 to buy safety supplies for Ady, who joined the police department earlier this year.
“I was watching a show one day about how many K-9s are killed,” Cameron said last month. “I wanted to make sure Ady stays safe.”
Cameron kept good on his word and presented Jared and Ady with more than $600 worth of items including a trauma kit, overdose kit, cooling pad, safety vest for in the woods (training), a $100 gift certificate to his local vet, a $50 Petco gift card, a $50 Pet People gift card and two photos taken by a professional.
He also received an unsolicited donation of $100 from “Girls Give Back,” a group of local girls who raise money to donate of different causes and support random acts of kindness.