So far, donations have reached $88.5 million, compared to $2.6 million for the same time period last year. The law enforcement personnel took part in the challenge last Friday, after a department award ceremony. While still warm and dry, Shepard gave out Officer of the Year awards to Officer Travis Trybulski and Officer Ben Hollwedel, criminal enforcement and motor vehicle enforcement awards to Trybulski, a DUI enforcement award to Officer Alex Tower and letters of commendation to Sgt. Mike Lavoie, Officer Josh Moore and Sgt. Bart Chamberlain. He also gave a teamwork award to LaTulippe and Cristalee McSweeney, reparative coordinator with the Community Justice Center. ‘There’s just so much good work done in this agency,’ Shepard said.