Polk County Sheriff, Ken Hammack, when asked to speak, was quick to thank the Jr. Posse Riders for their hard work and dedication.
Junior Posse Comes to Polk County, LIVINGSTON, February 7, 2015 - The State of Texas' oldest mounted posse (established in 1951 by then Harris County Sheriff, Buster Kern) rode into Polk County and corralled at the Polk County Sheriff's Office to issue proclamations recognizing the City of Livingston and the County of Polk as official supporters of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Polk County Sheriff Ken Hammack, Livingston Mayor Clarke Evans, Police Chief Dennis Clifton, and Texas Ranger, Ryan Clenneden were just some of the local officials on hand for the ceremony. Each official was issued proclamations signed by Houston Mayor, Annise Parker and Harris County Sheriff, Adrian Garcia. Each above mentioned local official addressed the gathering and was honored.
City of Livingston Police Chief, Dennis Clifton, addresses the gathering.
The Harris County Junior Mounted Posse, is the oldest mounted posse in the State of Texas (established in 1951).
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