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Community votes needed for contest to benefit ACSO K-9 Unit

Source: ACSO Source: ACSO
AIKEN, SC (WFXG) -

The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office needs your vote!

They are competing in a contest to benefit their K-9 unit. The prize is $5,000 that will go towards their K-9 training program and safety equipment. The contest runs through October 31st.

You can cast your vote here.

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