Toot's Fundraiser 2021


Rocky Fork Elementary School SRO Chris Erwin visits with student Jase Burns, 7, and his younger brother, Eli, 3. They are the sons of Tyler and Jessica Burns.
Toot’s South servers Alyssa Cook, Kelli-Marie Massey and Joelie Young show off their Sheriff’s badge stickers they requested from SRO Capt. Brad Harrison.
Collecting $1,830 from Toot’s South customers are, from left, SRO Capt. Brad Harrison, Community Services Sgt. Gary Herron, SROs Sam Trubee, William Victor and Christopher Wright, alumni Rita Morrison and Kim Aliquo and SROs Jimmy Coleman and Mike Farmer.
SRO Laura Enright explains the Shop with the Sheriff fund-raiser with customers at Toot’s West.
SRO Laura Enright explains the Shop with the Sheriff fund-raiser with customers at Toot’s West.
SRO Teresa Reed accepts a donation from a customer at Toot’s West. The Sheriff’s Office collected $3,616 from diners to treat less fortunate children to Christmas presents.
Broad Street Toot’s manager John Renteria and employee Alden DeGennaro clean tables for more diners during the Shop with the Sheriff event. Toot’s diners at the Broad Street location donated $3,176 to buy Christmas presents for less fortunate Rutherford County students.
Maddie Roe, daughter of SRO Matt Roe, receives a donation from Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh and his wife, Janice.
Community Services Deputy Ben Baldwin joins Alumni members Krista Tollison, Clarence Guice and E.T. Guice in collecting funds for Shop with the Sheriff at Toot’s on Broad.
The Anderson family enjoyed a night together during the Shop with the Sheriff event. From left are Ryleigh, Tracy, Jackson, Levi, Sierra and Alex Anderson.
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