A Chapter of Blue Knights International Motorcycle Club

Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club

Blue Knights Kentucky XI LEMC: Riding Strong to Support Kentucky C.O.P.S


In a heartwarming display of community support and solidarity, the Blue Knights Kentucky XI Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club (LEMC) once again proved their commitment to giving back to the community. On June 3rd, 2023, the club held its annual benefit in Lexington, KY, and managed to raise an impressive $1,500. This generous contribution was presented by President Daniel Deaton at the annual Kentucky Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S) picnic, held at Taylorsville State Park.

A Community United:

The Blue Knights Kentucky XI LEMC is a brotherhood and sisterhood of active and retired law enforcement officers who share a passion for motorcycles and a desire to give back to their community. They dedicate their time and effort to support various charitable causes, with a special focus on helping fallen law enforcement officers’ families and loved ones.

Supporting Kentucky C.O.P.S:

Kentucky C.O.P.S is a non-profit organization committed to assisting the survivors of law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The organization provides support and resources to these families as they cope with the devastating loss of their loved ones.

For years, the Blue Knights Kentucky XI LEMC has recognized the crucial work done by Kentucky C.O.P.S and actively partnered with them to raise funds and create awareness about the organization’s mission. Their annual benefit serves as a cornerstone event for these efforts, bringing together club members and the broader community in a powerful display of support.

The 2023 Annual Benefit:

This year’s annual benefit was held at a local venue in Lexington, KY, where attendees enjoyed a day filled with camaraderie, live music, food, and games. Motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the region came together to show their support for the cause, with a shared sense of purpose and respect for the sacrifices made by law enforcement officers and their families.

President Daniel Deaton, who leads the Blue Knights Kentucky XI LEMC with passion and dedication, expressed his gratitude to all the attendees, sponsors, and volunteers who contributed to the event’s success. The $1,500 raised will go directly to Kentucky C.O.P.S, ensuring they can continue their vital work supporting fallen officers’ families.

A Symbolic Check Presentation:

The highlight of the event was President Deaton’s presentation of the $1,500 check to representatives from Kentucky C.O.P.S at the annual picnic held at Taylorsville State Park. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the park and the supportive community, the symbolic gesture represented the strong bond between the Blue Knights and Kentucky C.O.P.S.

The check presentation was more than just a financial donation; it symbolized the commitment and solidarity between law enforcement officers and the community they serve. It showcased the importance of recognizing the sacrifices made by law enforcement officers and ensuring that their families receive the care and support they deserve.


The Blue Knights Kentucky XI LEMC’s annual benefit and unwavering support for Kentucky C.O.P.S exemplify the true spirit of community and service. Through their efforts, they honor the memories of fallen officers and provide much-needed support to their grieving families.

As we applaud the Blue Knights for their generosity, let us also recognize the ongoing dedication of Kentucky C.O.P.S in providing solace and assistance to the families left behind. Together, they create a formidable force of compassion and resilience, reminding us all that no one walks alone in times of grief.

In a world where heroes are often unsung, the Blue Knights Kentucky XI LEMC and Kentucky C.O.P.S stand tall, showing us the strength that comes from unity, brotherhood, and the power of giving back to the community they hold dear.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *