'Honor Our Heroes' Sunday at First Bossier

BOSSIER CITY, LA - This year's "Honor Our Heroes Sunday" at First Bossier will be spectacular! The outstanding lineup includes Lt. Col. Oliver North (retired), Dallas Police Chief David Brown (retired) and musical guest - Taylor Rae - Colorado-based Country Music Singer/Songwriter.

The event will be held at First Bossier on Sunday, August 27, 2017 with 2 services - one at 9:00a.m.and 10:45a.m. A free breakfast reception will be held before the service at 8:15a.m and a lunch reception will be held after the service at 12:15p.m. in honor of local active military, police, firemen, and first responders. Childcare is available for birth to 4 yrs. old. For more information, contact Lorine Spratt, Assistant to Dr. Brad Jurkovich - First Bossier at 318-752-6147 or Lorine@firstbossier.com.

Something new for this year is a co-ed Flag Football Tournament between first responders, law enforcement and military on Saturday, August 26, 2017 on Freedom Fields. The proceeds from this tournament will go to "Angels of America's Fallen"- an organization that sponsors children of fallen first responders and military. For more information about the tournament or to sign up, please call Jarrod Love or Alley Lawrence at 318-746-7940 or email at freedomfields@firstbossier.com


About the Speakers:

Lt. Col. Oliver North (retired) is a combat decorated U.S. Marine, a #1 best-selling author, the founder of a small business, an inventor with three U.S. patents, a syndicated columnist, and the host of "War Stories" on Fox News Channel. North was born in San Antonio, Texas, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and served 22 years as a Marine officer. His awards for service in combat include the Silver Star, the Bronze Star for valor and two Purple Hearts for wounds in action.

Chief David O'Neal Brown (retired) David O. Brown is a thirty-three-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department, from which he retired as chief in October 2016. Now a correspondent for ABC News, he is also an advisor for Texas organizations focused on positively influencing early childhood education efforts, mental health awareness and treatment, and assistance for formerly incarcerated persons. Chief Brown lives in Dallas with his wife and daughter. Chief Brown has written his first book entitled "Called to Rise".

Taylor Rae - Taylor Rae has earned the reputation in Colorado as the National Anthem girl. She has had the honor to sing solo the National Anthem for the Colorado Rockies, Denver Nuggets, University of Colorado Men's and Women's basketball games, CU Women's Volleyball games, National Western Stock Show Pro Rodeo, Douglas County Rodeo, military services and large fundraising events all throughout Colorado.

Dr. Brad Jurkovich is excited about this event and desires as many as possible of our active military, law enforcement, fire, and first responders to attend so that they can be honored in a dynamic way.


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