Posted September 30, 2018 8:30 am by Comments

By Tom Knighton

Robert Heinlein once said that there was no such thing as a free lunch. The point was that it doesn’t matter that you personally didn’t have to pay, someone did.

This is true in school lunches too. Someone has to pay for them.

Yet in one school, they have a lot of kids with outstanding balances on their lunch accounts, apparently. It’s enough that it’s a real problem for the schools.

Luckily, the town has a group of people good at solving problems. The local police do so all the time.

“But this isn’t a police problem,” you might say, and you’re right. But the police are going to solve it just the same.

A community is coming together in Isabella county to help out families with unpaid school lunch debts.

Shepherd (Michigan) Police Chief Luke Sawyer says every year he donates proceeds from his self defense seminar to a worthy cause.

At the suggestion of a comment on the Shepherd Police Department Facebook page, the department decided to put proceeds from the upcoming self defense seminar toward unpaid student lunch debts at Shepherd Schools.

There are 50 people signed up so far, though Sawyer said he had 80 register last year. However, the chief …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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