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For taking second place in the grant contest, WLPD Officer Cat Blyth earned $3K, which will go to sending kids affected by cancer to Camp Millenium

COURTESTY PHOTO: WEST LINN POLICE DEPARTMENT  - West Linn Police Officer was awarded $3,000 for taking second place in Aftermath's Why We Serve Grant Contest.West Linn Police Officer Cat Blyth, accompanied by 20 children affected by cancer, received a check for $3,000 Saturday, Oct. 5 for taking second place in the Why We Serve grant competition sponsored by Aftermath. The competition allowed first responders the opportunity to highlight the causes and projects they are passionate about as they serve the communities they work in. Submissions were voted on by the public.

COURTESY PHOTO: WEST LINN POLICE - Camp Millenium is a summer camp for kids affected by a cancer diagnosis, either their own or a family member's. 
The money will go toward sending more campers to Camp Millennium, a summer camp for kids impacted by a cancer diagnosis.

Blyth has volunteered at the camp for the past two summers, and applied for the grant hoping to earn $5,000, which would have sponsored five kids at camp.

When it was announced that Bylth took second in the competition, winning the $3,000, an anonymous donor made up the difference by donating $2,000 to Bylth's charity, the LtP Foundation, which supports Camp Millennium and other organizations supporting children affected by cancer. COURTESY PHOTO: WEST LINN POLICE - Campers from Camp Millenium, which is where the $3,000 will go, joined Blyth to accept the check. Blyth and the campers also got a visit from Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue.

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