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End of Watch Ride to Remember visits Meade County


 On the morning of July 3, the Meade County Sheriff’s Office hosted the End of Watch (E.O.W.) Ride to Remember in the lower front parking lot of the courthouse.

 The Non-profit organization raises awareness of law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. They honored Chris Hulsey as part of their commitment of traveling across the United States to give friends, family, and co-workers a chance to remember fallen officers by riding and joining in their names.

 The 28-foot trailer is adorned with photos of 2019’s fallen officers and their agencies. There were 146 officers across 30 states that lost their lives in 2019.

 The Ride to Remember covers thousands of miles in multiple cities and states.

 Money raised goes towards supporting families of fallen officers.

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