S.A.L.T. Law Enforcement Memorial Program

When a law enforcement officer dies in the line of duty, it impacts a family that will never recover and also changes an entire community.  And some people wonder why these men and women of Law Enforcement are our heroes!

In every community across the nation law enforcement families live with the fear that today may be the day they do not return home.  And some people wonder why these men and women of  Law Enforcement are our heroes!

h/t semissourian.com On the national average, a police officer loses their life in the line of duty every 2 1/2 days.  Every 2 1/2 days a husband or wife will answer the door and find the Chief of Police or Chaplain there, grim-faced, hat in hand.  Every 2/12 days a child will learn  Mom or Dad will never be coming home.  And yet, some people still wonder why these men and women of Law Enforcement are our heroes!

You are invited to be a part of S.A.L.T.’s annual Memorial to Fallen Officers program.  We have had 49 police officers from this area that gave their life that we might have ours.  We will remember them with respect and honor in a special ceremony at Cape Bible Chapel, 10 am, Friday, May 8th.

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A Missouri Conservative who like to rock... ...especially to the great music of Rush!

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