FBISD police officers are two-time winners in Spaghetti Cook-Off

Fort Bend ISD Police Officers are two-time champions in the Annual Sugar Land Exchange Club’s Spaghetti Cook-Off. The officers won the Best Presentation award this year for dressing and performing as The Village People during the cook-off. FBISD Officers shown (from left to right) as The Village People are: Officer Charles Villoutreix as the Biker, Officer James Edge as the Cowboy, Chief David Rider as the Indian Chief, Officer Howard Hastings as the Cop, Sergeant Buddy Boone as the Navy Crewman, Sergeant Kenneth Perry as the Army Soldier, and Sergeant Mike Harvey as the Construction Worker.

Fort Bend ISD Police Officers are two-time champions in the Annual Sugar Land Exchange Club’s Spaghetti Cook-Off. The officers won the Best Presentation award this year for dressing and performing as The Village People during the cook-off. FBISD Officers shown (from left to right) as The Village People are: Officer Charles Villoutreix as the Biker, Officer James Edge as the Cowboy, Chief David Rider as the Indian Chief, Officer Howard Hastings as the Cop, Sergeant Buddy Boone as the Navy Crewman, Sergeant Kenneth Perry as the Army Soldier, and Sergeant Mike Harvey as the Construction Worker.

Fort Bend ISD Police Officers are two-time champions in the Annual Sugar Land Exchange Club’s Spaghetti Cook-Off. The officers won the Best Presentation award this year for dressing and performing as The Village People during the cook-off. Last year, the officers received the Best Presentation award for dressing as the cast of Duck Dynasty.

The team credits their win to Austin High School Principal Mary Ellen Edge and her school’s Theater Department for the costumes, Austin art teachers Nancy Dunlevy and Cayeleigh Drake for decorations, Chef Clint at the Ol’ Railroad Café in Rosenberg for donating sauce ingredients and kitchen space, and Clements High School PALS for volunteering as servers at the cook-off.

“We could not have won without the support of our partners,” said Chief of Police David Rider. “This was only our third year to compete, but each year more members of our FBISD community help us put on a good show for a great cause. We are already looking forward to next year’s competition.”

During their first year of competition, the FBISD officers earned honorable mention for their “Lunch Ladies” presentation. Having won two back-to-back Best Presentation awards, the team is already working on an idea that will win them a Best Presentation “three-peat”.

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