Walmart donates $1,000 to Federal Way Safe City program

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Federal Way Police Commander and Safe City Board Member Casey Jones, from left, Walmart Senior Asset Protection Manager and Safe City Board President Joe Laky, Walmart Store Manager Stacie Hinckley and police Commander and Safe City Board Vice President Chris Norman stand behind a ceremonial check representing $1,000 Walmart donated to the Federal Way Safe City program this month. Courtesy Federal Way Police Department

Federal Way Police Commander and Safe City Board Member Casey Jones, from left, Walmart Senior Asset Protection Manager and Safe City Board President Joe Laky, Walmart Store Manager Stacie Hinckley and police Commander and Safe City Board Vice President Chris Norman stand behind a ceremonial check representing $1,000 Walmart donated to the Federal Way Safe […]

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