Commissioners Court Proclaims May 24, 2018 “Lee Glenn Day”
Hopkins County Commissioners Court proclaimed Thursday, May 24, 2018 Lee Glenn Day and the Sulphur Bluff Masonic Lodge honored Glenn for his leadership with their Community Builder Award during Court Session Thursday afternoon. The court met Thursday instead of Monday, May 28th due to Memorial Day Holiday.
The Proclamation stated:
“Whereas, Lee Glenn was born on April 18, 1953 in Sulphur Springs and is a 1971 graduate of Sulphur Springs High School. On April 21, 2011, Lee began employment at the Hopkins County Sheriff’s office as a Corrections Officer and quickly promoted to the rank of Sergeant by former Sheriff Butch Adams. Through Lee’s exemplary service at the jail, he became instrumental to the newly created Hopkins County Trustee Work Team; and
“Whereas, The goal of the plan was that, with the leadership of Lee Glenn, much work could be accomplished throughout our cities and county; and
“Whereas, Officer Lee Glenn has been a blessing to the entire Hopkins County community through many projects including community cookouts, Blue Santa Program, Choral Society, Stew Contest, Relay For Life, Civic Center events, the Dairy Festival, the Fall Festival, the Chamber of Commerce banquet, the Gala, and the Fourth of July Independence Day commemoration; and
“Whereas, The Trustee Work Team labors everyday all year long throughout the county mowing, cleaning, building, and of course, working on the Trustee Farm; and
“Whereas, The “Community Builder” award was designed by the Grand Lodge of Texas to enable local Lodges to recognize outstanding individuals who are not Masons who have distinguished themselves through service to their community, their government, their church, and to humanity; and
“NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that May 24, 2018 be declared as “Lee Glenn Day”.