Lebanon Farmer's Market
Join a member of the Lebanon City Police Department as an officer reads a book to the children at each event.
The 3rd Saturday each month at 11am.
Every year, the Lebanon County Fraternal Order of Police holds an Annual Easter Egg Hunt at South Hills Park. This years event was held in April, and we were proud to announce this was the first year of our partnership with the Fraternal Order of the Eagles in sponsoring the event. We hold the event free of charge for our community, for children up to age 12. We provide eggs, candy, stickers, coffee, donuts, pictures with the Easter Bunny and more.
Check back at the beginning of next year to find the details and date for our next event. Until then, check out the gallery below to see pictures from this years event.
The Lebanon County Fraternal Order of Police is honored to have our members provide Honor Guard Services at numerous events as needed throughout the year. Events include parades, funerals, memorial services and more.
Each May we specifically participate in the Police Memorial Day Ceremony at the Lebanon County Municipal Building to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Line of Duty. Special Intentions are made for Chief of Police Aaron McCord Lebanon City Bureau of Police, Chief of Police Cyrus Schaeffer Lebanon City Bureau of Police, Sergeant Sheryl Pierce South Londonderry Township Police Department and Ptlm. Michael Harry Wise II of the Reading Police Department.
The Lebanon County Fraternal Order of Police and members of its various Police Departments participate in countless programs and community service events for the public, both on and off duty. These include the ESU Team, attending school classes and career days, Kid Print events, Christmas programs and donations, Big Brothers, K9 displays, Walk with a Cop and much, much more. Sample photos from just a few of these events are pictured in the gallery below.
The Lebanon County Fraternal Order of Police provides an Annual Merit Scholarship in the amount of $500 to a high school senior in Lebanon County who plans to further their studies in certain fields of interest. The winner of the 2019 Award was Kyle Arnold from Cedar Crest High School. The applications are now closed and will be reopened at the beginning of 2020 for next years Award.
The Lebanon County Fraternal Order of Police provides Annual Award Scholarships to qualifying relatives of Lodge Members who are graduating high school seniors and planning to further their education at a College or University. The winners of the 2019 Awards were Mikayla Bowman, Brian Hostetter and Guy Robinson Jr. The applications are now closed and will be reopened at the beginning of 2020 for next years Award.