Campbell County Sheriff Robbie K. Goins and several staff members were present Monday when a little visitor came by the office for his annual visit.   Grayer A. Morgan (above), a childhood cancer patient and survivor, made it by the sheriff’s office another year with his mother Misty to adorn the staff with gold ribbons.  September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month with the color gold symbolizing the awareness of those children affected by cancer.

Sheriff Goins said, “We are proud and honored to show our support in the awareness for childhood cancer. We celebrate the good times with them and continue to pray for the ones fighting at this very moment along with their families. We ask all Campbell Countians to join us and show your gold for these precious children their families.”  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 09/12/2018-6AM)