A car-wash fundraiser will be held this Saturday for one of Pasco's finest. Police Officer Jeff Cobb suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm on February 27th. According to a gofundme page more than $46,000 has been raised to help get Officer Cobb back to work.

The Cobb family has given more to our community, and many other communities, for as many years as we can remember.  They serve selflessly and are the first to lend a helping hand.

It is our turn to help them. Jeff will be out of work for a while and the hospital bills will be endless!

There is another way to help. This Saturday, March 13th, the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter is hosting a car-wash fundraiser to go towards Jeff's medical expenses.

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Credit: Tri-Cities Animal Shelter Facebook Page.

The car-wash will be from 1 pm-4 pm and is by donation. The Tri-Cities Animal Shelter is located at 1312 South 18th Avenue in Pasco, 99301. The car-wash will be drive-thru, so you can stay in your vehicle. You will pay at the end, where there will be cookies specially decorated in Officer Cobb's honor that will be available.

All proceeds for the day from pet adoptions will go towards Officer Cobbs's medical funds.

Officer Cobb has worked closely with the TCAS Animal Control for many years on animal involved cases.

Personally, I've encountered Officer Cobb on many Pasco Police incidents and he's always been very informative and helpful.

Now, it's our turn to help him.

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