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Electrifying fundraiser for Mount Si Food Bank at Snoqualmie city gathering | Photo

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Snoqualmie Police Chief Steve McCulley, center, and new Captain Nick Almquist, left, were zapped by a Taser gun during the City of Snoqualmie’s Team Building Lunch, held Thursday, July 19. The city had held a fundraiser raffle with the prize being a chance to Taser the Public Works Director, Dan Marcinko. McCulley and Almquist stepped in as consolation-prize Taser victims. Sixteen-year-old Peyton McCulley zapped her dad, and city information tech director PJ Rodriguez drew the ticket to zap Almquist. The electrifying raffle raised $450 and 50 pounds of food for the Mount Si Food Bank.

 

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