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Law Enforcement Week to honor active and retired officers

Branson will once again celebrate those brave men and women who risk their lives daily to protect others during Law Enforcement Week.

 

The 11th Annual Law Enforcement Week will be held June 8 through 15, as thousands of law enforcement officers and their families converge on Branson to enjoy a variety of special activities and events.

 

The Shepherd of the Hills Entertainment Park and Outdoor Theater is hosting Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on June 8.

 

On June 9, Sanctuary of Hope is holding a special service in honor of our law enforcement officers, beginning at 10 a.m.

 

Law on the Links, the Thousand Hills Golf Tournament, is set for June 10. Held at the Thousand Hills Golf Resort, this event begins at 10 a.m.

 

One of the highlights of the week is the Law Enforcement Week Light Parade on June 13. Lineup for the parade, which gets underway at 7:15 p.m., will be at the south end of the Bass Pro Parking Lot of Branson Landing.           Vehicles, with both lights and sirens on, will make their way to the north entrance of the Branson Landing by Belk. When the parade turns on to the promenade, sirens will be silenced.

 

June 14 and 15 mark the return of the exciting Motorcycle Training and Competition, held at the TJ Maxx parking lot on Branson Hills Parkway. The event is held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

 

Also on the 14th and 15th, enjoy the Ninth Annual Heart of the Ozarks Police Collectors Show. Held at the Americinn by Wyndham, the show runs from 12 to 4 on the 14th and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 16.

Many shows, attractions, restaurants and lodging facilities will offer special discounts for members of law enforcement during this special week of appreciation. Branson strives to fulfill their mission to become the nation’s leader in law enforcement recognition by paying tribute to America’s Hometown Heroes in providing a weeklong series of events and special offers that honor active and retired law enforcement officers and their families in Branson, Missouri.



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