Morris-Baker and Firehouse Restaurant Team Up to Thank Public Safety Workers

Morris-Baker and Firehouse teamed up to provide lunch to public safety workers as a way of thanking them for the hard work they do.


An annual event, this year's lunch was done a little differenty due to COVID-19. Everyone got their lunches carry out, but none of that changed the positive mood.


Public safety workers included those from Johnson City Police, Johnson City Fire Department, EMS, Washington County Sherriff's Office, 911 Dispatch Center, and the ETSU Police Force. We want to thank them all for their tireless efforts to keep our community safer and stronger.


This is Morris-Baker's fourth annual Public Safety Appreciation BBQ.


To learn more, see the Johnson City Press article.


Pictured here, left to right, are Justin Seaton, Chief Operating Officer of The Firehouse Restaurant; Chief of Police Karl Turner; and Preston McKee, owner of Morris-Baker Funeral Home and Creamtion Services


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