SEPTEMBER 11th REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY
It's difficult to believe that September 11th was more than 20 years ago. But as the Town of Juno Beach prepares for this year's Remembrance Ceremony, the Police Foundation is proud to be the official sponsor of the 2022 event.
For the last two years, in an abundance of caution due to Covid-19, the Town has chosen not to have a public event. But with some changes in the overall protocol, the Mayor and Town Manager have approved a return of this popular event.
Participants and attendees will come together on Sunday morning at 9:00 AM at the Town's 9/11 Memorial Park and be welcomed by Mayor DD Halpern. Police Department Chaplain, The Reverend Emily Denmark McGee, will then open the event with an invocation and brief prayer for the victims of 9/11, the survivors, as well as the local attendees.
County of Palm Beach Commissioner Maria Marino will be this year's guest speaker and will help us remember the events of that tragic day as she speaks of “The moment in our history when this nation as we knew it changed forever.”
The Juno Beach Police Department, led by Chief of Police Brian Smith, along with members of Palm Beach County Fire Rescue will also be in attendance.
Ms. Monique McCall, a well known and local
singer, musician, songwriter, entrepreneur, and advocate, will participate in the ceremony and sing the National Anthem as well as one of her featured singles.
Before and after the event a food truck from Bagel Boyz will be on site providing breakfast bagels with cream cheese and original egg sandwiches, sponsored by the Juno Beach Police Foundation.
Coffee with a Cop
September 7, 2022
The next Coffee with a Cop event will be held on Wednesday, September 7th at 9:30 AM in the Town Center lobby.
Chief Smith and his Officers and Police Volunteers are once again looking forward to their next gathering with Town residents!
Homeowners and residents are all invited to attend and learn more about their Juno Beach Police Department, the Juno Beach Police Foundation, and how homeowners can help protect themselves from criminal activity.
Chief Smith will also be giving a brief summary of criminal activity in the Town of Juno Beach.
Coffee and donuts are provided each month compliments of the Dunkin' Donuts shop on Donald Ross Road
Labor Day Holiday
September 5, 2022
On Monday, September 5th, the Town of Juno Beach will be closed for the annual federal holiday honoring and recognizing the American labor movement and the works and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States.
Although the Town Center will be closed, our dedicated Police Officers will be on duty working to help keep our Town safe... but they need your help.
It is important to remember that fireworks injure thousands of people (most often children and teens) and cause over 100 million dollars in direct property damages each year. Despite the dangers of fireworks, few people understand the associated risks; devastating burns, injuries, property damages/fires, and even death.
Have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend.
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