VALDOSTA – Blue Line Ladies, Inc., a local non-profit organization, recently hosted a cook-out and fun day for the Georgia Sheriff’s Boys Ranch.
Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office, Valdosta Police Department and Valdosta State University Police Department officers participated as well as several VSU football players, according to an organizational press release.
Officers had their cars on display as well as the LCSO Bearcat, the VPD robot and a K9-tracking demonstration. The officers and football players interacted with the residents to promote a positive relationship between them.
Blue Line Ladies, Inc. was organized as a non-profit organization in December.
The organization is comprised of law-enforcement wives of the agencies serving Lowndes County.
"Blue Line Ladies supports the wives and families of local law enforcement and is helping promote a positive relationship between law enforcement and the community," according to the organization.
The organization has approximately 40 members and is rapidly growing. Blue Line Ladies has several upcoming events during Law Enforcement Appreciation Week including a candlelight vigil May 13 at the Historical Lowndes County Courthouse.
Donations can be made by sending donations to: BLL, Inc. PO Box 238 Hahira, Ga. 31632.
Desiree Carver is Lifestyles Editor at the Valdosta Daily Times. She can be reached at (229) 375-5777.