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UPDATED: Donors flock to National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Mary and David Nickel check out the diner’s Route 66 and classic car memorabilia.

Mary and David Nickel check out the diner’s Route 66 and classic car memorabilia.

KINGMAN - Scott Dunton said Mr. D'z Diner was "swamped" Friday as residents and visitors flocked to the historic restaurant on Route 66 to support National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

Local businessman Dunton pledged $3 for every meal ticket with the proceeds going to the 100 Club of Arizona, a nonprofit that provides financial assistance to the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters injured or killed in the line of duty. More than $800 was raised.

Kingman Mayor Richard Anderson and City Manager John Dougherty dined at the restaurant, and both thanked Dunton for his gesture.

Here, front to back: Elizabeth Ogden, 11, Brad Ogden, 14, Aden Dunton and Nathan Perea, both 13, enjoy lunch.

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