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Rotary hosts honors banquet at PCHS PORT CLINTON – The Port Clinton High School Rotary Honor Banquet was hosted on May 6 in the Performing Arts Center. Outstanding students from the Class of 2015 were awarded college scholarships. Prior to the award presentations, Port Clinton Rotary Club hosted their 69th annual dinner for all PCHS honor students, the scholarship winners, parents and presenters.

...Eryn Binder; Fraternal Order of Police Robert Rigoni Scholarship

Jackson FOP Hall gets new flooring, painted walls with appreciation event looming JACKSON, MI - Members of the Baker College of Jackson criminal justice honor society took time out of their day recently to help renovate the Jackson Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Hall, Lodge 70.
John Conlee's New Single Adopted as Tennessee's FOP's Official Song for Law Enforcement Last week, country music icon John Conlee performed "Walkin' Behind the Star" during an emotional ceremony honoring the members of law enforcement who had given their lives in the line of duty in 2014. The ceremony was held the morning of May 8 at the Legislative Plaza in downtown Nashville. President of the Tennessee's FOP, John Crumby, announced that Conlee's recording was now Tennessee's Fraternal Order of Police official song for law enforcement. "Walkin' Behind the Star" was written by Phil Thomas and the late Ronny Scaife.

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Statement of Fraternal Order of Police National President Chuck Canterbury on Changes to Federal Equipment Programs
President Obama Joins FOP in Salute to Fallen Heroes
34th Annual Memorial Service Honors Officers' Sacrifice

FOP Media Advisory National Peace Officers' Memorial Service

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Labor News
Council approves SPD move to union Sedalia Police Department officers will now have a new bargaining agent after the Sedalia City Council approved an item related to the matter during Monday's meeting.
F.O.P. members plan to fight rising monthly healthcare premiums The Fraternal Order of Police held a special called meeting to talk about how to fight the proposed rising healthcare costs.
Contract for Butler County detectives approved Butler County commissioners last week approved a three-year pact with four county detectives.

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