Ches. City hon­ors lo­cal law en­force­ment

Cecil Whig - - FRONT PAGE - WHIG STAFF RE­PORT

— Ch­e­sa­peake City’s mayor and town coun­cil have de­clared the week of May 15 as the town’s Po­lice Week.

Peace Of­fi­cers Me­mo­rial Day is held an­nu­ally in the United States on May 15 in honor of fed­eral, state and lo­cal of fi­cers killed or dis­abled in the line of duty. It is ob­served in con­junc­tion with Po­lice Week.

In Ch­e­sa­peake City, blue rib­bons, flags at half staff and other signs of re­spect will be on dis­play to honor those who put them­selves in harm’s way in or­der to pro­tect cit­i­zens. The staff

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at town hall will also have an ar­ray of snack foods – both healthy and sweet – avail­able for those men and women in uni­form who are ser ving the town.

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Ch­e­sa­peake City Mayor Dean Geraci­mos presents the town’s Po­lice Week procla­ma­tion to Tommy Mor­ris, coun­cil mem­ber and Ch­e­sa­peake City Vol­un­teer Fire Com­pany fire chief, and Lt. Wil­son and Sgt. Leas of the Ce­cil County Sher­iff’s Of­fice.

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