16 Jan
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Greenville Police Foundation Introduces The HERO Games

The Greenville Police Foundation, Greenville City Police, and the Community of West Greenville are proud to introduce the first annual HERO games, a community wide field day event dedicated to getting neighborhood children, community members, and police officers to come together for a day of fun.

The HERO Games will take place on Saturday, April 22nd from 11am until 3pm and will be held at the West Greenville Community Center, located at 8 Rochester St. Greenville, SC 29611.

Ken Miller, Chief of the Greenville Police said, “This event is a fun and exciting way for police and community members to come together, to get to better know one another, and to begin to forge relationships that will help make our neighborhoods safer. Even the development of this project was a great collaboration between community and police, and events like this will only help strengthen the relationship.”

When asked about the HERO Games, Patrick Sapp, a member of the Greenville Police Foundation Board and former pro-football player and Clemson star said, “Being a part of this board is something that has been rewarding and exciting at the same time, largely because this is where I feel we can make a huge impact into our communities.

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