This is just another aspect of serving our community said Lt Dixon. The tips he earns are donated to the Fort Mill Care Center.
Dixon works about two hours a week bagging groceries for Bi-Lo customers. He will continue working as a bagger until early summer and will next work at the store from 4 to 6 p.m. March 29, April 4 and 12. A tip jar sits at each register for the community to help Dixon achieve the goal of collecting $3,000.
“Support the care center,” he said. “If you have any extra money, make the donation.”
The fundraiser started two months ago after a brainstorming effort led by Bi-Lo store director/manager Avery Price, who was considering how best to team up with the Fort Mill Police Department to help a local agency.
Read more of the story by FortMillTimes.com reporter Toya Graham