First Responders Day – RAVENS vs BROWNS

The Cleveland Browns are again demonstrating their support of our safety forces by hosting a First Responders Day on Sunday, November 3, 2013 against the Baltimore Ravens. A portion of the proceeds from tickets sold through the special offering by the Browns will be donated to the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial and the Cleveland Fire Fighters Memorial. Our thanks to the Cleveland Browns for their involvement in the community and for their support of the memorials dedicated keeping the promise to never forget our fallen heroes.

Our thanks to Bob Gillingham Ford for their support of the expansion on the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial, located in Huntington Park, W. 3rd & lakeside Ave. The Gillingham family donated a fully restored, street-ready 1950 Ford Custom Coupe. The raffle was held at one of the region’s finest classic car shows hosted by Bob Gillingham Ford and the Veteran’s Administration Clinic in Parma on Saturday, September 14, 2013. Proceeds from the raffle benefitted three charities: the Norma Herr Woman’s Shelter, the Three-Deuce-Five Foundation (supports 3/25 USMCR in Brook Park and other veterans’ causes, and the GCPOMS.

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