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Pleading the Fifth

Star Staff ReportsCal Exchange Crime Prevention Luncheon Group Shot[1]

The Exchange Clubs of Memphis and Shelby County celebrated more than 50 years of honoring fifth graders at the Crime Prevention Luncheon on March 13 at Southwest Tennessee Community College – Macon Campus.  The students wrote an essay on how they would take a bite out of crime.  Then a committee of Exchange Club members read the essays and selected 8 finalists in each category – Sheriff, Police Director and FBI Special Agent in Charge.  The students then came to an interview where a panel of law enforcement personnel and Exchange Club members ask them questions to narrow the choices to 2 in each category as finalists.
This year’s honorees were left Rick Holland, Chair of Committee; Jr. Chief Deputy Jack Dimento from Crosswind Elementary and Chief Inspector Bill Allen;  Jr. Sheriff – Noah Stewart from Crosswind Elementary and Chief Director Bill Cash.  Jr. FBI Asst. SAC – Mary Hunter Adair from Briarcrest Schools and FBI Asst SAC Greg Bowden; Jr. FBI- SAC Andrew Feeny from Our Lady of Perpetual Help and FBI-SAC Todd McCall; Jr. Deputy Director Elizabeth Murry from Idlewild Elementary and Deputy Director Anthony Berryhill; Jr. Police Director – Janya M. Wooldridge from Raleigh Egypt Meadows Elementary and Deputy Chief Arley Knight and Pat Anderson, District Director 1.

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