We invite you to read the December 2017 issue of The Partner, the official newsletter of the Cleveland Police Foundation. The Partner is chock full of articles recapping the outcome of events and news items of interest and inspiration–and contains a full calendar of upcoming events.
In this issue:
- CPF Police Officer of the Month P.O. Doug Nichols
- First and Second District Awards
- Become a Friend
- Thin Blue Line Ring
- Police Museum Reopening
- Upcoming events and more!
We especially congratulate and thank Patrol Officer Doug Nichols, the Cleveland Police Foundation Officer of the Month for December 2017.
Read the Issue…
Gallery / Recap Montage
Frontline Service partners with the Cleveland Police Foundation
A big thanks to Ms. Ronnie Adkins of Wild Republic for her part in the donation of $2,000 worth of toys to the Cleveland Police Foundation. Some toys were given to the Sex Crimes unit for distribution while others will be used for Cops For Kids at MetroHealth this Christmas.
The Cleveland Police Foundation wants to thank the kids, staff, and families from Westside Community School of the Arts for donating a truck load of non-perishable food to those in need!
Jim Marincic, President of KSKJ St. Lawrence Lodge #63 selling sideboards at the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society Night at the Races, Dec. 1, 2017. There are matching sponsors for the event.
Jim Marincic and Brian Reardon of Cleveland Emerald Society selling sideboards at Night at the Races.
Kathy Mannion and Jean Marincic selling Chinese raffle tickets at Night at the Races.
Children with Santa at the 7th Annual Cleveland Police Christmas Party 2017
Young girl with Santa, helper and Officer at 2017 Christmas Party
Small boy with helper at 2017 Christmas Party