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6-Year-Old Stops By Holliston Police Department with Officer "Survival Kits"

6-year-old Jackson brought the kits

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    A 6-year-old boy in Holliston, Massachusetts, stopped by the police department to bring 30 "survival kits" to the officers. (Published Friday, July 22, 2016)

    A 6-year-old boy in Holliston, Massachusetts, stopped by the police department to bring 30 "survival kits" to the officers.

    Jackson decided that he wanted to do something for the officers who protect his community.

    The kits include different types candy, each with their own significance.

    The lifesavers are meant to remind officers "of the many times you've been one."

    Starbursts are "for the burst of energy that you need."

    The paydays are to remind officers "you're not doing it for the money."

    Hershey kisses remind officers of the love the people of the community have for them.

    Gum helps "everyone stick together."

    The tootsie roll reminds officers to "roll with the punches."

    Peppermint patties are included to help "keep you cool."

    Snickers remind officers to "keep your humor."

    And mounds "for the mounds of courage you show."


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