Grand Heights Early Childhood Center’s recent Cpl. D. Robert Harvey Thirst Responders Drive collected 1,284 cases of water and Gatorade for local first responders with the Artesia Police Department, Artesia Fire Department, Eddy County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police this year, which were presented to representatives of the agencies Monday at the kindergarten. The drive was initiated three years ago by Grand Heights teacher Diana Harvey, mother of Cpl. D. Robert Harvey, a Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office deputy killed in the line of duty in 2009 when he was struck by a drunk driver while responding to a call. Pictured above from left are LCSO deputies Randy Stevens, Chris Vigil and Anthony Castillo, AFD firefighters Andrew Sena, Erik Nunez, William Guin, Brenden Harvey, Cpl. Harvey’s brother, and David Watson, Cpl. Harvey’s wife, Stacy Harvey, and AFD firefighters Rich Lindberg (not visible) and Kevin Willard.  Ben Theobald – Daily Press

Grand Heights Early Childhood Center’s recent Cpl. D. Robert Harvey Thirst Responders Drive collected 1,284 cases of water and Gatorade for local first responders with the Artesia Police Department, Artesia Fire Department, Eddy County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police this year, which were presented to representatives of the agencies Monday at the kindergarten. The drive was initiated three years ago by Grand Heights teacher Diana Harvey, mother of Cpl. D. Robert Harvey, a Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office deputy killed in the line of duty in 2009 when he was struck by a drunk driver while responding to a call. Pictured above from left are LCSO deputies Randy Stevens, Chris Vigil and Anthony Castillo, AFD firefighters Andrew Sena, Erik Nunez, William Guin, Brenden Harvey, Cpl. Harvey’s brother, and David Watson, Cpl. Harvey’s wife, Stacy Harvey, and AFD firefighters Rich Lindberg (not visible) and Kevin Willard. Ben Theobald – Daily Press