Say thank you to law enforcement
This week’s bouquets go to:
From Menominee County Sheriff Mike Holmes:
In 2015, multiple organizations created National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. It is a day to show appreciation to law enforcement officers, and recognition for the difficult and sometimes impossible career they have chosen. With the added stress of COVID-19 this year, our officers have risen to the challenge, adding equipment and measures to keep themselves and the public healthy and safe. To show your support for our deputies, you can: Wear blue clothing in support of law enforcement. Send a card of support to your local agencies. Give blood in the national Blue Blood Drive. Shine blue lights from your home. Take treats or lunch to a local department. If you see a police officer, deputy or trooper, thank them! Each day they serve to protect citizens and it’s time to say thank you!
Each Saturday the Daily Press salutes individuals and groups from our area who have had a very positive impact on the way we live.
We identify our bouquet recipients in one of two ways: from Daily Press news pages and from nominations sent in by our readers.
Mail us a postcard or letter identifying your nomination and putting into detail what they’ve done. Include your name, address, and phone number. Send nominations to Saturday Bouquets, The Daily Press, 600 Ludington Street, Escanaba, MI 49829.
They may also be sent to us by going to our Web site, www.dailypress.net, and clicking on the submit news button. Once there, click on “Bouquets” and follow the simple instructions.