Above: D. J. becomes Officer D. J. after repeating a pledge to Brookshire Police Chief Brandal Jackson during his pledging in ceremony at Mt. Zion Church.
Upper Right: Brookshire Mayor Eric Scott reads a proclamation honoring Officer D. J. before presenting him with a Key To The City.
Bottom right: The Brookshire City Council with BPD Officers.
Front row: Lt. John McDonald, Officer D. J., Chief Brandal Jackson. Center Mayor Pro Tem Marilyn Vaughn
Back row : Alderman Eric Green, Alderman Lyndon Stamps, Mayor Eric Scott, Alderman Lee Jones and Alderwoman Kim Branch.
Officer D. J. with Lt. McDonald and Chief Jackson. – Photos by Lillie Ruby and the Brookshire Police Department.
Above Brookshire Police Department with Officer D. J. after his pledging in ceremony at Mt. Zion Church.
Master Gardeners from as far away as El Paso came together at Brookshire n the Cotton Gin 116 to learn about advanced budding and grafting. The advanced class is shown in the gardens of the Cotton Gin 116. Photo by Lillie Ruby.
The hard working Waller County Master Gardeners hosted an advanced training in budding and grafting for Master Gardeners from across the state. Photo by Lillie Ruby.
All other photos-Officer D. J. checks out all the Brookshire Police Department’s equipment.
Brookshire honors the newest member of the police department
While currently facing a challenge, Resident D. J. has reached one of his life goals – becoming a police officer. D. J. became Officer D. J. Sunday, March 30 during the services at Mt. Zion Church in Brookshire. Officer D. J. was pledged in as a member of the Brookshire Police Department by Chief Brandal Jackson.
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