The police department hosted its second "Back the Blue" event at the Highland baseball field.
Law enforcement officers battled it out in a friendly game of kickball. Supporters came out to watch while enjoying concessions and a live DJ.
The supervisor of the recreational park says she's glad to see the continued growth of law enforcement support from the community.
“So, it's just all about having fun, coming together, and the community as a whole to help our law enforcement, said Tee Taylor.
All proceeds will be donated to local law enforcement and used to help fund future “Back the Blue” events.
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