Operation Blue Light
**UPDATE: One Source Lighting has ordered 150 blue lights to help people show their support and participate in Operation Blue Light. Kris and I will be setting up in front of the store, 100 North 24th St W #3 (in the Chuck E Cheese shopping center), handing out lights. One Source Lighting will be taking donations to help support Deputy Moore's family, so please donate if you have the means to do so. We anticipate being there around 2 p.m., but we have to wait on the shipment of bulbs, so stay tuned and/or follow us on twitter to find out when we get started.
After the shooting of Deputy Mason Moore outside of Three Forks there is a movement happening starting on Wednesday May 24th. Operation Blue Light: Show Support For Montana Law Enforcement. The movement is not just for those who live in the area from Bozeman to Three Forks, Ennis, Livingston and all point in between but this is a movement for Montana. Yet if you or someone you know live in those areas there are a few different places to pick up your free blue bulb. If you don't live around there head out to the store and get a blue bulb to put in your porch light. The hope is to leave the blue light on to show law enforcement that you support them not just on that day but every day.
I have many people in my life that are either past or present law enforcement. They do the job that most of us could never do. They put their life on the line day in and day out. When the rest of the world is running from a situation they run towards it. Every single one of them are a hero and I thank them for that. They never know what they may encounter when approaching a traffic stop or entering a house or even a crowd, but yet they still do it. For us. Thank you to all the men and women in blue. Thank you for being role models. Thank you for being brave. Thoughts and prayers are with Deputy Mason Moore's family, friends, and fellow officers during this difficult time. Let's show our support and turn Montana blue.