The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office fries up more than 250 of some hot and delicious Thanksgiving birds. Today was the 10-TH annual Sheriff’s Office Turkey Fry. Calhoun County Chief Deputy Matthew Wade says it’s a special way to show their community they care. This year, the sheriff’s office donated 25 fried turkeys to the Alabama Children’s Home.Wade says even he gets a little nervous about the undertaking. But, he adds they have taken every precaution to remain safe. He offers some safety tips for those who choose to fry a turkey at home.Today’s turkeys were paid for by the Deputy Sheriff’s Association. The organization spent more than $3000 dollars on turkeys and supplies.