Law Enforcement Appreciation Day being held next week in Paducah

Local leaders have banded together to help show appreciation for law enforcement.

Commonwealth Attorney Dan Boaz and former Commonwealth Attorney’s Albert Jones, Mark Bryant and Tom Osborne, as well as County Attorney Sam Clymer and former County Attorney Michael Murphy and other local volunteers have come together to create Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

The event was created to thank law enforcement for their service to the community.

“We live in a great community where all races and creeds are able to live, work, play and worship because of the protection and security provided by our law enforcement and we think they deserve this recognition” said former Commonwealth Attorney Mark Bryant.

The event will be held on Tuesday, September 20th from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Heartland Worship Center located at 4777 Alben Barkley Drive in Paducah.

Officers from the Paducah Police Department, McCracken County Sheriff’s Department and Kentucky State Police will be at there.

Free ice cream will be given out at the event by Paducah Bank and the community will be able to meet with the officers.

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