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Merry Christmas and A Safe Healthy New Year!

To all Law Enforcement Officers, thank you for protecting and serving us this past year. For the officers that lost their lives in the line of duty, we pray for them and their families. Especially Officer Alan Jacobs from the Greenville SC  Police Department and his family. May the New Year, find you never in…
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A BIG THANK YOU! to our local CBS affiliate  WSPA-TV in Greenville, SC and to Rachelle Spence for doing a story on A Blue Christmas and helping to spread the word. They came out last Sunday to do an interview, and it aired this past Thursday several times during their morning news program.   Here's…
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Download Area

I installed a download area for the site.  Right now posted in there are tributes to Law Enforcement and First Responders that may be used as part of your  A Blue Christmas participation.
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Heroes In Blue (A Christmas Tribute)

Judy Pancoast has let us know, that a song is on its way. Judy graciously offered to write a song for us when we announced our campaign. She will be going into the studio soon to record it.  We have heard the rough cut of the song and and cannot wait to hear the final…
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How To Participate

It's very easy to be part of A Blue Christmas. During the season, display a blue light. It can be a single porch light, blue candles in the window, blue Christmas lights as part of the display, or if you do a bigger more involved Christmas display, your imagination is the limit.  So, please spread…
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What Inspired The Idea?

On March 18th 2016, a Greenville, South Carolina Police Officer was killed in the line of duty. The Officer was Allen Jacobs. For some reason his death really bothered me, and it still does. Officer Jacobs left behind a young wife, two sons and a daughter on the way. I wanted to come up with something…
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What is A Blue Christmas?

A national campaign during the Christmas season (Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve) to say thank you to the men and woman who serve and protect our communities, and to honor the memories of those officers who gave their lives in the line of duty.    
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