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REMINDER - Sheboygan PBA Scholarship Application Closes Soon

The Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association’s Scholarship Program seeks to promote the scholastic well-being of our community's youth by providing financial assistance for the first year of college to deserving students. Our Association plans to offer $15,000 in scholarships this year. The maximum amount an individual recipient will be awarded is $2,000.00. To be eligible for this award, you must be a graduating senior from one of the high schools in Sheboygan County. Other requirements include: Strong academic achievement Exhibiting good citizenship through participation in extra-curricular activities at school Demonstrating strong community involvement Since there is no interview process, the essay outlined on the application is very important. Applications...

Officers Get "Pie'd"

Earlier this week, SPBA members Isaiah Trussell, Mitchell Leckie, and Alicia Kegler participated in Pigeon River Elementary School's “Pie a Cop” event. This event is part of an ongoing partnership between the school and Officer Trussell’s "Officer Friendly" program. These officers' actions demonstrate the SPBA's commitment to supporting youth in our community.

Challenge Academy Civic Leader Visit

SPBA members Brandon Kehoe and Eric Edson recently joined a group of other area civic leaders to visit the Wisconsin Challenge Academy at Fort McCoy. The Academy is a free character-building alternative education program, helping 16-18 year olds, at risk of not graduating high school, earn their High School Equivalency Diploma though a quasi-military environment. The program focuses on eight core components: Academic Excellence Physical Fitness Leadership/Followership Responsible Citi...

SPBA Members Support Special Olympics

The Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run made its way through the north side of Sheboygan this morning just after 7:00am. The event began at the Sheboygan Police Department, ultimately making its way to the Kohler and Sheboygan Falls Police Departments. Law enforcement officers, including Sheboygan PBA members, participated in the Torch Run to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Thanks to all who made this event a success! Pictured SPBA Members (L to R): P...

SPBA Supports Big Brothers And Big Sisters WI Shoreline

The Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association is proud to support the 1-to-1 mentoring relationships that Big Brothers and Big Sisters WI Shoreline provides to youth in our community. Through these relationships, volunteers help children achieve: greater confidence, avoidance of risky behaviors, and educational success.

SPBA Donates To Above And Beyond Children's Museum

Today, we were fortunate to offer financial support to the Above & Beyond Children's Museum towards their re-opening efforts. Sadly, this wonderful community resource for our local kids sustained serious damage after below-zero temperatures caused water pipes and the sprinkler system to burst on Christmas Day, doing damage to all four floors of the building. Many of our local community partners are also helping out, including an upcoming fundraising event at 3 Sh...

SPBA Supports Youth Hunter Safety

Last week, we donated $500.00 to the Sheboygan Rifle & Pistol Club. This donation is made to help fund their youth hunter safety program. We are proud to partner with this great organization to support our community's youth.