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Father's Day celebration honors fallen police officer

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PHOENIX -

A Phoenix restaurant is held a Father's Day celebration Saturday night for a fallen police officer.

Peaks & Valleys hosted the event to raise funds for Officer Daryl Raetz's family.  He was killed in the line of duty last month.

Those attending can enter a raffle and enjoy a live country band until 2 a.m.

Officer Raetz's wife will also be in attendance.

"It's an amazing feeling.. it's good to know that the community and the city is so caring and makes you feel really good to know that he has so much support," said Stephanie Raetz.

All of the proceeds will be given to Stephanie and her daughter.

Peaks & Valleys Father's Day Celebration
In honor of Officer Daryl Raetz
June 15, 2pm - 2 am
711 E. Carefree Hwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85085
(623) 434-8370
Raffle: $20 per ticket or 6 for $100

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