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Law Day Observance Celebrating Community Law Enforcement

Law Day Observance Celebrating Community Law Enforcement

You are cordially invited to attend our "23rd Annual Law Day Observance", Sunday, May 3, 2015, beginning at 10:30 A.M. at Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, 4805 N. Saginaw Street, Flint, MI 48505, Rev. Dr. Henry L. Fuller, Jr., Pastor.

In Observance of Law Day: The Law Day Choir, Ushers, Announcers, Musicians and our Speaker, are all members of the Law Enforcement Community and will conduct the entire morning worship service.

Participants on this Observance Day include keynote speaker, Honorable Geoffrey L. Neithercut, Genesee County 7th Judicial Circuit Court, Chief of Police James Tolbert, Flint City Police Department, Prosecutor David Layton, Genesee County Prosecutor's Office, Honorable Mark W. Latchana, 67th District Court, Chief of Police Terrance Green, Mt. Morris Township Police Department, Omar Sims, Former Genesee County Commissioner, Honorable Duncan M. Beagle, Chief Judge Pro-Tern Genesee County 7th Judicial Circuit Court, Former Chief of Police Alvem Lock, Flint City Police Department, Commandant John Porn, Retired Lieutenant Flint Police Department and Rick Winston, Bugler.

Everyone is welcome to come out and be a part of this unique spiritual service conducted by Law Enforcement personnel of Flint and Genesee County. We look forward to you sharing in this Observance with us.

    Anita Aikins, Coordinator, Retires Genesee County Sheriff Department

    Minister Jowanne Carrigan, Co-Coordinator, Retires Homicide Detective, Flint Police Dept.

    Rev. Dr. Henry Fuller, Jr., Pastor/Teacher


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