Moulson benefit raises money for law enforcement scholarships
Family and friends of a fallen Jerome sheriff's deputy gathered together Sunday for a benefit dinner.
James Moulson was killed in the line of duty in 2001. Every year, this dinner is held in his memory.
The proceeds from the event are used to meet the needs of Magic Valley Peace Officers, as well as for scholarships to the law enforcement program at the College of Southern Idaho.
The no-host bar and appetizers began at one in the afternoon.
The dinner included a salad bar, prime rib, salmon, shrimp, baked potatoes, and rice.
Crossfire musician and CSI law enforcement professor Brett Reid provided the entertainment.