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lmao!!!!! Well @Amber Tackett..i guess our boys will be pedaling. wonder where the dog will go? on Will's back?

lmao!!!!! Well @Amber Tackett..i guess our boys will be pedaling. wonder where the dog will go? on Will's back?

LMPD is working closely with Federal, State, and Local authorities to ensure sound plans are in place during Kentucky Derby Events.   We will have a very strong presence at each venue and will remain vigilant.  If you See Something, Say Something!  Law Enforcement Officers are ready to assist.    Please keep up with your belongings to prevent unnecessary concerns of unattended items.  If you see any suspicious items or activity, notify an law enforcement in the immediate area or call 911.

LMPD is working closely with Federal, State, and Local authorities to ensure sound plans are in place during Kentucky Derby Events. We will have a very strong presence at each venue and will remain vigilant. If you See Something, Say Something! Law Enforcement Officers are ready to assist. Please keep up with your belongings to prevent unnecessary concerns of unattended items. If you see any suspicious items or activity, notify an law enforcement in the immediate area or call 911.

#KSP- For the twenty-six Kentucky State Troopers who have paid the ultimate price. To learn more follow listed link.  http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/memorial.htm

#KSP- For the twenty-six Kentucky State Troopers who have paid the ultimate price. To learn more follow listed link. http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/memorial.htm

#HomeOwnersInsuranceFortLauderdale Flood insurance

#HomeOwnersInsuranceFortLauderdale Flood insurance

Brenda Denise Cowan (May 9, 1963 – February 13, 2004), #LexingtonKY first black female firefighter, died in the line of duty on February 13, 2004. According to Women in the Fire Service, Lieutenant Cowan is the first black female career firefighter ever to die in the line of duty. She had served with the Lexington Fire Department for twelve years. Her family/friends & co-workers will mourn her loss forever. #LODD

Brenda Denise Cowan (May 9, 1963 – February 13, 2004), #LexingtonKY first black female firefighter, died in the line of duty on February 13, 2004. According to Women in the Fire Service, Lieutenant Cowan is the first black female career firefighter ever to die in the line of duty. She had served with the Lexington Fire Department for twelve years. Her family/friends & co-workers will mourn her loss forever. #LODD

#ToolsoftheTrade- Very informative video. I will warn it will make you feel "ouch"! #LexingtonKY

#ToolsoftheTrade- Very informative video. I will warn it will make you feel "ouch"! #LexingtonKY