“Operation Glow Blue” in Crown Point to Honor and Thank Police


This Summer, citizens in Crown Point can show their appreciation for local police by participating in “Operation Glow Blue.” Working with eleven host businesses, First United Methodist Church of Crown Point is giving residents of the city an opportunity to say thanks to local police officers.  During the month of July, 15-hundred blue light bulbs will be available free to citizens of Crown Point, and residents are asked to place these lights where they will be visible to the street from August 2nd through August 9th as a show of support. The bulbs, donated by Phillips Lighting Company, will be available at eleven locations throughout the city.  There will also be a Glow Blue Rally outside the Old Lake County Courthouse in downtown Crown Point on the evening of August 2nd, at 7 pm, featuring music and more.

For more information:
Visit www.glowblueCP.com or www.crownpointunitedmethodist.org

Bulbs will be distributed at the following locations: First United Methodist Church, 352 S. Main St; 12 Islands Restaurant, 114 S Main St #1; Betty’s Bakery, 924 S Court St.; City Water Department; Purdue Technology Center, 9800 Connecticut Dr.; Trinity Lutheran Church 101 N East St.; The Hot Dog Guy, SE Corner of the Square; Saylor’s Barber Shop, 17 North Court St.; Old Court House Office; Station 21, 201 North Main St.; St. Mary’s Church, 321 East Joliet St.