Bayleigh Chase thanks first responders

From left are 1st Sgt. J Dobson of the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office, Sherri Brown and Pam Kunz of Bayleigh Chase, Detective Sgt. S. Hall of the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office.

EASTON — Sherri Brown of Bayleigh Chase retirement community in Easton noticed how Easton Fire Department first responders had begun flying Old Glory over U.S. Route 50 — since the early morning hours — to commemorate the victims as well as the heroism of rescuers on Sept. 11, 2001.

Back at work, she and fellow employees rounded up snacks and delivered them to show their appreciation for the service provided by local first responders.

“Thank you so much Bayleigh Chase for the wonderful 9/11 basket,” the sheriff’s office posted on its Facebook page.

Bayleigh Chase is an Acts Retirement Life Community.

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