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Message from the Commander  (04/19/2016)

Behind the Badge Foundation will be conducting the second annual Honor Guard Training in October.  SSCHG is very excited that the training will be held here in Lynnwood.  We are expecting well over 150 Honor Guard members from all around the area to include, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

Last year we had over 150 members and are anticipating very close to 200 this year.  This training is an extensive three-day event culminating with a mock funeral for fallen officers.

It is impossible to put on such events without the help and support of the community.  If you would like to help, please feel free to contact us as any donation is truly appreciated.  If you are a business and would like to be a vendor at this event, please let me know and I will see to it you get off on the right foot.

Again, a thank you to all who have so generously donated to us; without you we could not provide the level of service our fallen brothers and sisters deserve.

David J. Harris
Commander – South Snohomish County Honor Guard


(02/01/2016)
Below is a PDF “2015 Summary of Fallen Officers.”  Simply click on the title below to open.

2015 Summary of Fallen Officers


 

Message from the Commander (11/16/2015):

I wanted to take a brief moment to thank all of you for your charitable donations.  While we still have a ways to go, your generosity has enabled our team to make several significant purchases towards obtaining our uniforms and equipment.   Our team was also able to attend a 3-day intensive training sponsored by Behind the Badge Foundations.  This training included Honor Guard Teams from Montana, Idaho, Oregon and throughout Washington with attendance being over 140 members.

Since that training the SSCHG was invited to attend our first event which was the Mill Creek Veteran’s Day Parade on November 11th.  It was their 1st such parade, a huge success and an honor for us to participate.  We will be attending the memorial service for one of Lynnwood’s retired Custody Officers who served for twenty years.  On December 12th the SSCHG will be a part of an event sponsored by Behind the Badge in Edmonds honoring the families who have survived the loss of a Law Enforcement Officer.

Again, thank you to all of you who have donated to this worthy cause.  It is because of your donations that we are able to provide the services that we inspire to go to those who need us during some very difficult times.  “No greater duty – no greater honor.”

David J. Harris
Commander – South Snohomish County Honor Guard

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