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Sumter police ask kindergartners to 'Police be My Valentine'

BY SHELBIE GOULDING
shelbie@theitem.com
Posted 2/15/20

The Sumter Police Department visited Kingsbury, Wilder and Lemira elementary schools to ask kindergartners to "Police be their valentine" on Friday. Officers handed out Paw Patrol Valentine's Day cards to the children, and The Sumter Item took the …

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Sumter police ask kindergartners to 'Police be My Valentine'

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The Sumter Police Department visited Kingsbury, Wilder and Lemira elementary schools to ask kindergartners to "Police be their valentine" on Friday. Officers handed out Paw Patrol Valentine's Day cards to the children, and The Sumter Item took the opportunity to ask the students what they loved about the heartfelt holiday.

Kyndall, of Kingsbury, said she gets to have lots of candy.

Liam, of Kingsbury, said spreading love is his favorite.

Mia, of Kingsbury, said she loved to give out candy and cards.

Nevaeh, of Wilder Elementary, said eating lots of chocolate is her favorite part.

Noelle, of Kingsbury, said the love and candy.

Patricia, of Wilder Elementary said she loves getting the heart candy.

Quentin, of Lemira Elementary, said he loves candy.

Ryan, of Kingsbury Elementary, said the lollipops were his favorite.

Telly, of Lemira Elementary, said the valentine candies are his favorite.

Terrion, of Wilder Elementary, said he loves giving his momma and daddy a hug.

Tiara, of Lemira Elementary, said getting lots and lots of candy is her favorite part.

William, of Kingsbury, said he loved his mommy.