Ches. City honors local law enforcement
— 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
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.
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.