Clearcreek Township Community Helps Support Officer Injured in Shooting

The community comes together in support of a Clearcreek Township police officer who was shot in the line of duty just weeks ago. as he recovers from his injuries. “From what I understand, he is recovering well. He was transferred to rehab,” said Randy Lane, owner of Hidden Valley Orchards. Lane says Ney is a regular at the brewery. “He comes to see us and makes sure everything is safe,” Lane said. “Tomorrow is the live auction. So all of these silent auctions will compete with the live auctions that have happened. So hopefully we’ll have a good turnout and can raise some money. money.” Kitchen manager Lydia Shannon says Ney comes to the orchard almost every week. She makes his favorite ice cream and flatbread. “He loves to eat ice cream or he loves to stop and have a flatbread and he’s just really close to us,” Shannon said. “He’s so important to us and I love the love and everything that’s happened here. So we just hope for a speedy recovery and we hope to see him soon. The goal of this fundraiser is to raise $15,000. The live auction will take place on Sunday, July 24 at Hidden Valley Orchards.

The community comes together in support of a Clearcreek Township police officer who was shot in the line of duty just weeks ago.

Hidden Valley Orchards has launched a silent auction on Wednesday, July 20 through the weekend to help Officer Eric Ney and his family recover from his injuries.

“I understand he is recovering well. He has been transferred to rehab,” said Randy Lane, owner of Hidden Valley Orchards.

Lane says Ney is a regular at the brewery.

“He comes to see us and makes sure everything is safe,” Lane said. “Tomorrow is the live auction. So all of these silent auctions will compete with the live auctions that have happened. So hopefully we’ll have a good turnout and we can raise some money. silver. “

Kitchen manager Lydia Shannon says Ney comes to the orchard almost every week. She makes her favorite ice cream and flatbread.

“He loves to eat ice cream or he loves to stop and have a flatbread and he’s just really close to us,” Shannon said. “He’s so important to us and I love the love and everything that’s happened here. So we’re just hoping for a speedy recovery and hope to see him soon.

The goal of this fundraiser is to raise $15,000. The live auction will take place on Sunday, July 24 at Hidden Valley Orchards.