Shelton Kiwanis Recognizes Local Law Enforcement

Shelton Kiwanis honored individuals in law enforcement for their outstanding efforts at a Law Enforcement Luncheon on Tuesday (June 13th), held at Xinh’s Clam & Oyster House which opened especially for the recognition.

This year’s recipients are (from left to right) Officer Tasesa “Ses” Maiava (Retired) from Shelton Police Department, Detective Sergeant Jeff Rhoades from Mason County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Joseph Johnston from the Mason County Jail, Trooper Cody Pierce from Washington State Patrol, Officer Ken Balazs from Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife, Officer Samuel Coleman from the Washington State Corrections Center, Officer Bene Blakenship from Squaxin Tribal Police, and Officer Michael DeRoche from Skokomish Tribal Police who was not unable to attend and not pictured.

Here is video of each receiving their recognition and “Thank You” from the Shelton Kiwanis:

Officer Ken Balazs from Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Trooper Cody Pierce from Washington State Patrol

Officer Tasesa “Ses” Maiava (Retired) from Shelton Police Department

Detective Sergeant Jeff Rhoades from Mason County Sheriff’s Office

Deputy Joseph Johnston from the Mason County Jail

Officer Bene Blakenship from Squaxin Tribal Police

Officer Samuel Coleman from the Washington State Corrections Center

And again, Officer Michael DeRoche from Skokomish Tribal Police was not unable to attend.

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