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Made for an auction at a officer down event in Mt. Pleasant Pa. One of many in this event. Thanks for looking!

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Hi John and thank you. No it was just a pic I decided to do because of the volume of police officers and departments that would throw heavy bids at. It was going for the officer's little girls education. I couldn't think of a better project to catch good bids.

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Thank you lew and it did. I donated the most and high was the bidding!  Ppl asked all kinds of questions.  Police said get ready because their phones have been exploding!

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Thank you Pat. If I knew how to send it I would. I bought the pattern from the wooden teddy bear. In the search type in gs. I don't know how to send as an attachment. It would save ya like 7 or 8 bucks.

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