Thursday, September 14, 2023

Checking in

The Romulus Public Safety Foundation received a $5,000 donation from Domino's last week. The funds will be used for events like the annual P.A.C.T. (Police and Community Together) bike ride where the path to the donation began, officials said. During the bike ride earlier this summer, Assistant to the Police Chief Monique Talley, far left, was in conversation with Cathy McCoy, in the yellow top, the manager at Gateway Townhomes in the community. McCoy, well known for her community activism, spoke to her son, Kevin Robinson, with the white stripe on shirt and hat, a Domino's Supply chain employee. He nominated the police foundation for the Domino's Supply Chain award as part of the company annual charitable giving program. Following a vote of the Domino's employees, the Romulus Public Safety Foundation was chosen for the donation. Domino's Michigan Supply Chain Director John Prevost, far right, presented the check to the grateful public safety group. On hand for the presentation was Romulus Deputy Fire Chief Ken Chapman, back row, left, and Police Chief Robert Pfannes, center, who gratefully accepted the check.