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The North Central Washington Chaplain Foundation wishes all our first responders a Happy Thanksgiving and praying for your safety as many of you give up being with your families this holiday to be available to protect ours.

NORTH CENTRAL WASHINGTON CHAPLAIN FOUNDATION CHAPLAIN’S MEETING

Lead Chaplain Paul Hughes

Chaplains; Jay Caron, Gary Beck, and Steve Whitney

Wenatchee Police Detective Caleb Aumell (WPD Chaplain Coordinator)

This week the NCWCF Lead Chaplain Paul Hughes conducted a meeting with foundation chaplains to discuss matters regarding community relations, the need to recruit additional chaplains, logistical needs, and other ministry related topics. Also, attending was Wenatchee Police Detective Caleb Aumell, who is the chaplain unit coordinator for the Wenatchee Police Department. As with the Wenatchee Police Department, most first responder agencies that utilize chaplains to provide service and support to the their agency personnel and the community, assign an officer or fire fighter to lead the unit in their respective agencies.

CHAPLAIN CRUTCHFIELD’S MIRACLE

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After suffering a massive heart attack, being brought back twice by an AED Defibrillator and being in a coma, Chaplain Darren Crutchfield by the grace of God is on the mend. Within the last 24 hours has begun speaking and with the help of a walker is walking again. Please continue to pray for this Christian Warrior. He’s needed back sharing the love of Jesus with our first responders, victims of critical incidents and our community.

REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

Remembering those who lost their lives and those who lost friends, family members and coworkers in the terrorist attack that occurred on September 11, 2001. We also remember those first responders; Police, Fire, and EMS that ran to the danger and sacrificed themselves so others might live. May God bless America.

THE AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER: SERVING, PROTECTING AND CARING FOR PEOPLE

Love And Compassion Changing One Life At A Time

Officer Lynema with the Grand Rapids Police Department in Michigan gave a young boy a ride to school after the bus passed them by. During the ride, the boy confided he was being bullied at school and that it might lead to his classmates skipping his birthday party. Not only did Officer Lynema accept the boy’s invitation to attend, he came back the next day with a couple of his colleagues bearing presents and treats, easily making it one of the boy’s best birthdays ever.