HOLDEN — The Holden Police Department continues to go above and beyond their call of duty by performing acts of kindness all year round.
As a way to say thank you, Police Chief Chris Greeley delivered gifts to the Eaton Ridge community in Holden Tuesday for their contributions toward the department’s acts of kindness.
Greeley said the gift packages are filled with brand new stuffed animals, Dairy Queen gift cards, masks and more.
“This neighborhood, especially, helped us with our fourth ever 25 Days of Kindness,” said Greeley. “Here at the Holden Police Department, they got the donations together to help the endeavor and we are giving them a small thank you back.”
Greeley said his goal was to deliver 40 gifts to the community.
A Holden resident said Chief Greeley took him by surprise and thought he was just the mailman.
“This is just another example of how great the community we have in Holden and how great the police force that we have and engaged they are in the community,” Holden resident Greg Barrows.
Greeley said he hopes to continue the acts of kindness.