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APD to host Flapjack fundraiser for Lt. Conley

Lt. O. C. Conley (Source: WALB) Lt. O. C. Conley (Source: WALB)
Lt. Terrence Whitlock (Source: WALB) Lt. Terrence Whitlock (Source: WALB)
Vince Andrews (Source: WALB) Vince Andrews (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

You can eat good for a good cause tomorrow morning.

A Flapjack fundraiser is being held tomorrow morning at Applebees, to benefit a longtime Albany Police officer.

Lieutenant O. C. Conley has been employed with the Albany Police Department for 29 years.

He's in need of a kidney transplant, and that's where you come in.

$7 gets you a breakfast Saturday morning, and $5 will go towards his medical funds.

Lt. Conley has been on dialysis for seven years, but still comes in to work 12-hour shifts after treatments.

"His strength and his love for the community," said Lt. Terrence Whitlock of his colleague's will to work. "Coming out and and still continuing to serve every day and every night."

He is also getting support from his graduating class at Monroe.

"He had done so much for us, and now its time to return the favor to him and for all that he's given us," said Vince Andrews the fund raising coordinator. "His hard work and dedication to serve our community."

The flapjack fundraiser is from 8 to 10 in the morning at Applebees.

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