Missouri community betterment judges were to be in Trenton Monday to evaluate Trenton as a whole, the volunteer participation, and the impact of local projects. One of those to be reviewed is the Trenton Police Departments’ â€śclean sweepâ€ť program which involves citizens and groups cleaning up designated streets.
Police Chief Tommy Wright in a recent interview with KTTN said more streets need to be adopted:
Judie Leininger of Trenton mentioned two groups that are working to improve the community’s appearance:
Citizens of the community, known as Trenton Celebrities, played two softballÂ games against developmentally disabled persons Saturday night at Griffin Field.
Proceeds were raised for the Police Department’s â€śShop with a Copâ€ť initiative as well as a holiday dinner that police host for foster children of the area.
Police Chief Wright explains the kids selected for shop with a cop have a certain amount of money to spend on Christmas gifts:
Chief Wright offered his reaction to the charity softball games fundraiser:
Between the games, a live auction was held with bids taken on an autographedÂ Mike Moustakis baseball bat provided by the Kansas City Royals and Mike Arbuckle.
The winning bid was $375 dollars for the bat, with a total of Â $1543 dollars was raised at the event.