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kwElite broker and owner Renee Mueller talks about bringing bagels, muffins, coffee and gift cards to local law enforcement. Andrew Kiser Jessica Jahen, kwElite realtor, left, presents Columbus Police Chief Charles Sherer with a box of muffins […]



kwElite broker and owner Renee Mueller talks about bringing bagels, muffins, coffee and gift cards to local law enforcement.






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Jessica Jahen, kwElite realtor, left, presents Columbus Police Chief Charles Sherer with a box of muffins Thursday at the Columbus Police Department. The real estate company also provided breakfast food to Platte County Sheriff’s Office later that day. 


Andrew Kiser



The team members of kwElite Real Estate in Columbus said with police officers getting a bad rap these days, they wanted to show their appreciation for local law enforcement that helps the community.

On Thursday, the real estate team visited the Columbus Police Department, 2330 14th St., and Platte County Sheriff’s Office, 2610 14th St., to provide them muffins, bagels, coffee and gift cards from Big Apple Bagels, 4471 41st Ave. in Columbus.

Broker and Owner Renee Mueller said this is initiative is part of kwElite International’s Red Day event, in which the company helps those typically in the public service field.






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Team members of kwElite in Columbus present Platte County Sheriff Ed Wemhoff, middle, with some muffins for his office Thursday at the Sheriff’s Office. The real estate team also provided food to the Columbus Police Department. 


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“Giving back is the ultimate, I think, thank you to the community that you live in because they do the same for us,” said Mueller, who is a co-owner of the Big Apple Bagels franchise in town. “Whether it’s doing business with us, or anyone in need of help, I know they would do the same for us.”

The local law enforcement agencies noted their gratitude for kwElite’s gesture.

“I think it’s awesome,” Columbus Police Chief Charles Sherer said. “I think we’re blessed to live in a community … where we have the support that we do. That doesn’t happen everywhere. Everything that’s going around the country today, we’re greatly appreciative.”

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kwElite staff provide Columbus Police Chief Charles Sherer with breakfast food on Thursday at the police station. Sherer said he was appreciative of the gesture. 


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Platte County Sheriff Ed Wemhoff said he’s witnessed a community that cares for its deputies.

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