The Feasterville Business Association recently joined with community leaders, government officials, clergy, police and a school choir for their 18th annual Project Blue Light Tree Lighting at the LowerSouthampton Library, located at 1983 Bridgetown Pike in Feasterville, PA. The event pays tribute to the memory of fallen police officers during the holiday period. Pictured at the event (from left) are Ray Weldie, a retired police officer and a Lower Southampton Township supervisor, Rev. Michael J. Davis, pastor of the Assumption B.V.M. Church in Feasterville, Rev. Herb Phillips, retired from the Trevose United Methodist Church and a former police officer, JohnT. Krimmel, Lower Southampton chief of police, Michael J. Hughes, FBA event chairperson, Rick Tyrrell, president of the FBA, Charles Roman, FBA vice president and incoming president, Diane Fetscher, a member of the business association, and Ed Shannon, an FBA member and Lower Southampton Township supervisor. The tree will remain lit throughout the holiday period. Now in its 69th anniversary year the Feasterville Business Association fosters growth and progress for the betterment of the community. The Friends of theLower Southampton Library co-hosted the event and sponsored the refreshments.