Chief Brian Gregory from Hiram Police Department announced the winner of the logo design contest, Audrey Fusci, a student at Crestwood Middle School. Audrey’s family supported her love of art and interest in animals, particularly dogs and horses. Audrey’s art teacher, Teresa Skully, M.S. Crestwood High School Yearbook Adviser & Crestwood Middle School Art Teacher encouraged student participation in the contest and attended the event. The organization’s new logo, unveiled by Chief Brian Gregory and Audrey Fusci, received a lot of positive comments and interest by attendees. The logo design captured the desired look of the search dogs; alert, attentive, calm and ready to help. Chief Brian Gregory also presented Audrey with the contest prize, a Nintendo Switch.
Sunday’s event, held at Sentinel Party Center in Mantua, Ohio included indoor & outdoor games, Chinese raffle and game prizes. Tin Can Alley, Fishin’ Magnet Game, Cornhole, Bowling and more provided great entertainment for all ages. The annual event is planned for next year on Sunday, July 19, 2020. Please mark your calendars and save the date. The ultimate goal of Forest Field K9 Search & Rescue,Inc. is to provide education to families on how to keep family members safe and prevent persons from going lost or missing while simultaneously training and preparing K9 Teams in the event they are needed by law enforcement to assist in a search. The K9 Teams participate in joint fundraisers with law enforcement, educators, and community leaders to offer a fun venue for guests to learn about safety.