Monthly Archives: March 2011
From Lt. Villar…
You can download the flier here. Please feel free to pass it along to your contacts!
Hello. I want to invite you all to a RIDE TO REMEMBER/RIDE TO HONOR, a ride to honor the memory of fallen officers in Pinal County and to honor those critically injured in the line of duty in Pinal County.
This ride is being held to HONOR FALLEN and INJURED OFFICERS THROUGHOUT PINAL COUNTY and to raise money for one of our injured brothers, Pablo Youcupicio as well as to help support our beautiful Pinal County Peace Officer Memorial Wall. We are raising money for the Youcupicio Family to assist with continuing expenses associated with his care and recovery and to help with our memorial upkeep and repair.
I hope that you will join us to honor fallen/injured officers throughout Pinal County and to ride with us in Pablo’s Honor! All riders will be asked to wear (on your jacket) or fly (on your bike) an 8 1/2 by 11 banner/flag honoring one of our fallen heroes or honoring Pablo. The banner will state: Riding in Honor of (your fallen/injured hero) and if fallen, their end of watch date.
We ask that you forward this message to all those you know who ride motorcycles and encourage them to support this worthwhile event.
All registration fees etc are considered donations to our 501c3 Pinal County Justice Foundation, Tax ID#26-0443429, and therefore fully tax deductible. If you would like to sponsor this event, make a cash donation or donate an item for our raffle (also all tax deductible), please contact Sgt. Penny Fendley at email@example.com or 520-709-2122.
Breakfast will be served for free by our PCSO Explorers and Advisors. All registered bikes will receive a t-shirt, ride bag w/ goodies and a ride pin. Additional pins and t-shirts will be available for purchase (all proceeds going to the Youcupicio Family) at the event.
If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail or call me at 520-705-4245.
Thank you for supporting this event!
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