Sunday, August 30, 2009

4th Annual "Step Up" Foundation Charity Golf Tournament

This year’s tournament honoring fallen Detective Dennis Stepnowski will be held at Windermere Country Club in South Forsyth County on Monday October 26, 2009. Registration deadline is October 5th, 2009.

Even if you are not a golfer, you can still participate by donating money to this worthy charity event.

Click here more more information. Also click on the link in the left column.


DeKalb Officers

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just curious...are the funds going to COPS and Shop with a Cop like they have in the past?

Anonymous said...

Shop with a cop is paid by the FOP not from Steps Fund Rasier...

Anonymous said...

Last year they donated to Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) and Shop with a Cop, no mention of what the money was going to this year, wondering if it was the same. http://www.communityradar.com/story.php?title=3rd_Annual_Step_Up_Foundation_Golf_Tournament

Anonymous said...

Last year money only was donated to COPS ( Concerns of Police Survivors) due to the fact No One from Shop with a Cop from Dekalb ever responded to the foundations request to provide a contact person to donate the funds to. This years plans are to donate the proceeds to COPS and the NLEOMF ( National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund) to assist in the building of the national memorial and museum in Washington DC.

Bob said...

My apologies if no one responded from the DeKalb FOP. We appreciate all support we can get for our annual "Santa Cop" program. (The name "Shop with a Cop" was stolen and copyrighted by a sleezy solicitor.) Our program takes 50+ underpriviledged children on a Christmas shopping spree so they and their family will have a better season. COPS and NLEOMF are also worthy causes. If we could again be considered, please email me at bhillis@dekalbfop.org and will set up the appropriate contact.
Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell me the fine for a red light violation? Getting info from Clerk's office is almost impossible and they are further behind than any five days - more like 45; and what is the correct code citation for red light violation?