Kids Show Appreciation To Tulsa Police Officers
TULSA, Oklahoma - Kids from Tulsa's Eastwood Baptist Church summer camp emptied their piggy banks to show their appreciation for Tulsa police officers.
The camp used the money to put together gift bags of candy for the 157 police officers who work at the Mingo Valley Division.
Monday, the officers stopped by the camp to thank the kids and pick up their sweet treats.
"I was raised to always respect the police officers, so I think our generation needs to teach our younger generation,” said camp director Martha Nowland.
The kids also got to take turns sitting in the patrol car, turning on the lights and sirens.