The Richland Seniors Association and others have collected more than 1,000 blue light bulbs and ribbons to give residents so they can show their support for police officers on Sundays. Pasco’s historic Moore Mansion turned blue back in July, as owners Deborah and Brad Peck lit the property to honor the police officers murdered in Dallas and Baton Rouge.
The Richland Seniors Association and others have collected more than 1,000 blue light bulbs and ribbons to give residents so they can show their support for police officers on Sundays. Pasco’s historic Moore Mansion turned blue back in July, as owners Deborah and Brad Peck lit the property to honor the police officers murdered in Dallas and Baton Rouge. Courtesy Sara Weaver
The Richland Seniors Association and others have collected more than 1,000 blue light bulbs and ribbons to give residents so they can show their support for police officers on Sundays. Pasco’s historic Moore Mansion turned blue back in July, as owners Deborah and Brad Peck lit the property to honor the police officers murdered in Dallas and Baton Rouge. Courtesy Sara Weaver

Blue light bulbs, ribbons collected to support Richland police

October 26, 2016 6:17 PM

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