March 13, 2012 - The Cherokee SALT Council was happy to donate to the YMCA’s Partner with Youth Campaign. The “Y” scholarship fund’s many ongoing activities for the youth and their families every year. Presenting the check to John Hicks, the “Y” director are (Left to right): Lt. Stacy Bailey, Margaret Coker, Dale Walz, John Hicks, Shannon Wallace, Shelley Redden, Glenda Hinton and Gilbert Feldman.

Canton-Walmart contributes $1,000.00 to Canton-Cherokee TRIAD, S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together). A local 501c3 Started by Canton police department with cooperative agreements with Cherokee County Sheriffs Office, Woodstock Police. All organizations involved care about the education and are pro-active in the community to prevent senior victimization. Many other government, business and community groups are council members of S.A.L.T.

(Left to Right) Lt. Jay Baker Cherokee County Sheriffs Office, Imogen Hughes (Canton Walmart), Assistant Manager Adam Branton, Cpl Stacy Bailey Canton Police.

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Officer Manny Delatorre with Woodstock Police Department teaching a Safety Class at the Senior Center.


Senior Crime Prevention Training was held in the Ball Ground Community Center.

Stacy Bailey from the Canton Police Department, Virginia Larry from the DA's office, Deb Hazebrouck from Cherokee County Senior Services along with two Seniors.

Gift of Life
(Featured in the Cherokee Tribune Business Section, Sunday, August 30th, 2009)

The Canon-Cherokee Triad received a $2,125 donation from Northside Hospital-Cherokee!

This donation was used to purchase 2,500 File of Life packets to distribute to local seniors.

The packets are available at all local police offices, sheriff's offices and fire stations.


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