“Honor Our Blue” Week Set Feb. 23-27

Local law enforcement officers from various agencies recently joined with Fentress County Executive J. Michael Cross (seated) to announce “Honor our Blue Week” which has been set for February 23-27 in Fentress County.  Left to right, stanging:  Tennessee Highway Patrolman Jamie Stephens, Jamestown City Police Chief Ken Hancock,Fourth District Constable Ken Fearing, and Fentress County Sheriff Chucky Cravens.

Local law enforcement officers from various agencies recently joined with Fentress County Executive J. Michael Cross (seated) to announce “Honor our Blue Week” which has been set for February 23-27 in Fentress County. Left to right, stanging: Tennessee Highway Patrolman Jamie Stephens, Jamestown City Police Chief Ken Hancock,Fourth District Constable Ken Fearing, and Fentress County Sheriff Chucky Cravens.

The Fentress County Government has designated the week of February 23-27 as “Honor Our Blue” Week.

This week-long celebration is set to honor all those who walk that “Thin Blue Line” to protect and serve us all.  These officers walk daily between life and death as they separate good from evil to bring order out of chaos.  In addition, we honor the memory of those who gave all in the line of duty.

Fentress County Government asks all schools, local businesses and individual households to display blue ribbons on their doors and to actively participate in “Honor Our Blue” Week through appropriate activities, and proclaim our heartfelt thanks to all those that serve and protect.

Watch next week for more details and a copy of a special proclamation by the Fentress County Commission.