UPD brightens Christmas for local kids


Officers of the Urbana Police Division spent Wednesday delivering Christmas gifts to area children as part of Urbana Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93’s seventh annual Christmas Giving Tree drive. Sgt. Josh Jacobs said the program is providing presents to a record 262 children this Christmas. Officer Brian Cordial is pictured sorting through some of the gifts in the hallway at the police station on Wednesday. The police appealed to the community to help buy gifts for children in need. Police coordinated, gathered and distributed the gifts.

Officers of the Urbana Police Division spent Wednesday delivering Christmas gifts to area children as part of Urbana Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93’s seventh annual Christmas Giving Tree drive. Sgt. Josh Jacobs said the program is providing presents to a record 262 children this Christmas. Officer Brian Cordial is pictured sorting through some of the gifts in the hallway at the police station on Wednesday. The police appealed to the community to help buy gifts for children in need. Police coordinated, gathered and distributed the gifts.


Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

Officers of the Urbana Police Division spent Wednesday delivering Christmas gifts to area children as part of Urbana Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93’s seventh annual Christmas Giving Tree drive. Sgt. Josh Jacobs said the program is providing presents to a record 262 children this Christmas. Officer Brian Cordial is pictured sorting through some of the gifts in the hallway at the police station on Wednesday. The police appealed to the community to help buy gifts for children in need. Police coordinated, gathered and distributed the gifts.

Officers of the Urbana Police Division spent Wednesday delivering Christmas gifts to area children as part of Urbana Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93’s seventh annual Christmas Giving Tree drive. Sgt. Josh Jacobs said the program is providing presents to a record 262 children this Christmas. Officer Brian Cordial is pictured sorting through some of the gifts in the hallway at the police station on Wednesday. The police appealed to the community to help buy gifts for children in need. Police coordinated, gathered and distributed the gifts.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/12/web1_UPD_Final-1.jpgOfficers of the Urbana Police Division spent Wednesday delivering Christmas gifts to area children as part of Urbana Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93’s seventh annual Christmas Giving Tree drive. Sgt. Josh Jacobs said the program is providing presents to a record 262 children this Christmas. Officer Brian Cordial is pictured sorting through some of the gifts in the hallway at the police station on Wednesday. The police appealed to the community to help buy gifts for children in need. Police coordinated, gathered and distributed the gifts. Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen