Modern Woodmen honor local officer with Hometown Hero award


Officer Adam Graham (center) was given the “Hometown Hero” award Saturday morning at Starbucks on U.S. 23 by Modern Woodmen of America. Amanda, Mowry, a financial representative from Modern Woodmen, said Graham was given the award because of his work with the police department’s canine unit and assisting with the department’s basketball clinic, started by Officer Sean Franks. Picture are (from left to right, back row): Mowry, Nicole Graham, Adam Graham, and Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski; and (front row) Alexis Graham, police dog Ollie and Nathan Graham.

Officer Adam Graham (center) was given the “Hometown Hero” award Saturday morning at Starbucks on U.S. 23 by Modern Woodmen of America. Amanda, Mowry, a financial representative from Modern Woodmen, said Graham was given the award because of his work with the police department’s canine unit and assisting with the department’s basketball clinic, started by Officer Sean Franks. Picture are (from left to right, back row): Mowry, Nicole Graham, Adam Graham, and Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski; and (front row) Alexis Graham, police dog Ollie and Nathan Graham.


Officer Adam Graham (center) was given the “Hometown Hero” award Saturday morning at Starbucks on U.S. 23 by Modern Woodmen of America. Amanda, Mowry, a financial representative from Modern Woodmen, said Graham was given the award because of his work with the police department’s canine unit and assisting with the department’s basketball clinic, started by Officer Sean Franks. Picture are (from left to right, back row): Mowry, Nicole Graham, Adam Graham, and Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski; and (front row) Alexis Graham, police dog Ollie and Nathan Graham.

Officer Adam Graham (center) was given the “Hometown Hero” award Saturday morning at Starbucks on U.S. 23 by Modern Woodmen of America. Amanda, Mowry, a financial representative from Modern Woodmen, said Graham was given the award because of his work with the police department’s canine unit and assisting with the department’s basketball clinic, started by Officer Sean Franks. Picture are (from left to right, back row): Mowry, Nicole Graham, Adam Graham, and Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski; and (front row) Alexis Graham, police dog Ollie and Nathan Graham.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/12/web1_Adam-Graham.jpgOfficer Adam Graham (center) was given the “Hometown Hero” award Saturday morning at Starbucks on U.S. 23 by Modern Woodmen of America. Amanda, Mowry, a financial representative from Modern Woodmen, said Graham was given the award because of his work with the police department’s canine unit and assisting with the department’s basketball clinic, started by Officer Sean Franks. Picture are (from left to right, back row): Mowry, Nicole Graham, Adam Graham, and Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski; and (front row) Alexis Graham, police dog Ollie and Nathan Graham.