PLACE: Redlands Mesa Golf Club, 2325 West Ridges Boulevard Grand Junction, CO 81507
Chief Nick Metz (Aurora PD, 181st) will introduce the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation (CFHF), a non-profit organization made up of Colorado law enforcement officers and civilian personnel who serve as volunteers. When a line of duty death occurs, the CFHF can assist, support, and provide resources for a host agency to the degree or depth permitted by the agency head. The primary goal and objective, however, is to serve the deceased officer’s family based on their needs and wishes.
Golf available following the luncheon. Read more below.
RSVP to Jim Jensen by April 13th to ensure a seat.
Golf Event Following the Luncheon
The Grand Junction Police Department has arranged tee times beginning at 1:15 for those wishing to golf. 18 holes on Golf Magazine's third-ranked "Courses You Can Play in Colorado" for the special NA rate of $50.
RSVP to Jim Jensen byApril 13th to guarantee your tee time.
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Best Wishes, Celia Longoria!
Celia Longoria has retired! Agent Longoria has been a friend of the Rocky Mountain Chapter while serving as the FBI's training coordinator in the Denver Division. For those who have recently attended the National Academy, it has been Celia who ensured logistical success for their trip and stay at Quantico. We wish her well in her new pursuits, whatever they may be.
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