Police Appreciation Week includes dinner on the house at Church of Christ

JACKSON HOLE, WYO — Once again, the Jackson Hole Church of Christ will offer free dinner to local law enforcement personnel in honor of National Police Week.

For several years now, church members have offered to feed Jackson Hole’s finest as part of their community outreach. This will be the fourth year Church of Christ is feeding first responders.

“We plan on making this an annual event for our local law enforcement officers, staff and their families,” church minister Alan Bergeron said. “The reason we do this is to honor their service to our community and to let them know that their work is appreciated and respected. All too often the 24/7 sacrificial service that our law enforcement community provides is overlooked and we just want to say, ‘Thank you for your service and we appreciate your sacrifice.'”

The casual dinner is served in a ‘come-and-go’ style setting to catch law enforcement members and their families between shifts.

The supper will be this Thursday, May 16, from 5-8pm at the Church of Christ on 690 Lakota Lane.

Church minister Alan Bergeron and his wife Mary have been happy to provide the free meal during the week that recognizes law enforcement across the nation.

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