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Help law enforcement officers affected by Hurricane Sandy

Hurrican Sandy Disaster ReliefResidents in several states in the Northeast are experiencing enormous challenges as they pick up the pieces of the shattered lives and rebuild following the destructive forces of Hurricane Sandy.

Just as so many in the communities they serve, law enforcement officers are not only standing guard, many are also left homeless.

The magnitude of the destruction of Hurricane Sandy makes it impossible for local agencies to manage the recovery alone.

In this time of uncertainty and at a time when they need it most, the Fraternal Order of Police and its members continue to show their compassion and concern for their fellow officers.

The FOP Foundation came to the to the aid of officers following the tornadoes that struck Joplin, Mo. and Birmingham, Ala. last year.  We distributed more than $1 million to more than 2,000 members left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.

During all of these disasters, the FOP has strived to help members get their lives back in order, and to ensure that they receive the maximum benefit from the FOP Foundation. However, none of this would be possible were it not for generous assistance provided by our brothers and sisters nationwide.

Now, more than at any other time, it is so important to give to the FOP Foundation's Disaster Relief Fund. FOP members have constantly risen to the occasion and provided much needed funds to help our brothers and sisters affected by tragedy.

We need your help again. Please send your donations to the National FOP Foundation, 701 Marriott Dr., Nashville TN 37214, and keep our affected FOP members and the citizens affected by these tragic events in your thoughts and prayers. Every penny donated to the FOP Foundation Disaster Relief Fund will support officers recovering from Hurricane Sandy.

When you see the devastation of these weather disasters on your television screen, know this – but by the Grace of God, it is not your family’s misery or your shattered home shown on that screen. If it were, find comfort that your brothers and sisters in blue will be there for you as well.

Visit www.fop.net for more details.



Please note on your check that the donation is for Hurricane Sandy relief.

Polar Plunge 2013

 

 

Please help support our Polar Plunge team.  Click on the logo above to help out and donate.

Golf League 2012

FOP 128 GOLF LEAGUE 2012


The 2012 golf season begins May 1st, Tuesday, which is our scheduled day of play. Our tee times start at 3:00 pm and continue until our last group tees off (we all know who two of those four are for sure) about or before 4:30 pm.

We golf an 18 week season consisting of 16 weeks of scheduled paired teams and 2 position weeks. We also schedule a fun day approximately 2 weeks after the last league date and the same day of the awards banquet. The cost is $300.00 for the season which includes 19 weeks of golf, your closest to the pins on the 2 par 3’s, and skins on each hole not tied by another individual golfer. This also includes the banquet at the end of the year which includes not only normally breadsticks, salad and pizza but also refreshments (beer & soft drinks).

The league is open to members and non-members. So, if you wish to partner up with a friend, neighbor or whoever feel free to extend an invitation to join you. We do encourage all who are not members to join but it is not a requirement. If you do not have a partner let us know. We will do our best to pair you with another golfer also in need of a partner.

“Let me stress “ this is a fun league with handicap. Subs are available if you cannot be there on a scheduled league day. We also allow playing early with your opponent when possible on league day or any day prior. We also allow playing rounds to put in a bank with the secretary to use in the event you may not wish to use a sub.

“Come on out” and be enjoy a day of fraternalism and comradery with a bunch of guys who are doing the same.

If you have any questions or in need of additional information please contact either of the following.

Ron Kosmatka

or

John Ousnamer

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20 May 2019