A visit from Mackenzie Clyde

In June, 2019, Mackenzie Clyde visited DeForest, with the police department fulfilling her wish of being a police officer through the MAAC Foundation, as June 18 was proclaimed Mackenzie Clyde day in the Village of DeForest. Clyde, who has a form of childhood cancer, made another visit to the department on Thursday, June 11 and received some presents from the department. Pictured here are: Seated (left to right): Police Officer Claire LaBahn, Mackenzie Clyde, Police Offier Haley Loughran, Chief Jim Olson; Standing (left to right): Administrative Assistant Kayla Haynes; Police Officer Bryce Berger, Executive Assistant Sandy Bowers; Chaplain Jason Andersen; Police Officer Shaun Hughes; Police Officer Michael Gilson; and Administrative Assistant Jody Catencamp.

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