FOP Lodge 10 would like to send out a special Thank You to Reinhart Heating and Air Conditioning who donated $500 to FOP Members Officer Jake Daley and Officer Andrew Champagne who will be representing Lodge 10 in this years Unity Bike Tour for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in May. The officers will be riding bicycles with hundreds of other officers from the region to Washington D.C. Pictured are L to R: Jason Reinhart, Jacob Daley, Andrew Champagne and Tammy Reinhart.
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Officers in Campbell County had a fun opportunity to give back to their communities Saturday morning. They treated dozens of kids to a shopping trip at the Meijer in Cold Spring for their annual Cops and Kids Day.
The shopping trip began at 8:30 a.m., and 50 police officers and children got to take part in the event. This is the 20th year for Cops and Kids Day.
Also, the FOP Lodge 10 donated $1,000 to help purchase gifts for children at the Holly Hill Children’s Home.
If you are interested in making a donation to support this annual event, you can contact the Campbell County Police Department at 859-547-3100 or send a check to: FOPA #10, P.O. BOX 133, Alexandria, KY 41001 (Donations are tax deductible!)
Brother riders Nick Heiert, Ryan Markus, Andrew Champagne, and Andrew Noyes completed the Police Unity Tour on Friday, May 12th.
Officers and survivors from all over rode hundreds of miles on bicycle to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. This ride is done to bring awareness to the police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices. There are over 20,000 names on the wall. Over 20,000 officers went to work and didn’t make it home to their families. We honor them and thank them for their service and all officer’s service.
Great ride today and Campbell County FOP 10 helped raise $6500 for the COPS Fund! Bringing it back next year because this was their biggest and most profitable ride. When FOP 10 gets involved, what else would you expect to happen. Thanks to our members who ride or helped out and to everyone who supported the event. Special thanks to Peterbilt of Northern Kentucky.
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Officer Sean Donelan of Fort Thomas Police had the honor of escorting Lois VonStrohe to the State F.O.P. Memorial ceremony in Frankfort, Kentucky at the old state capital grounds. Mrs. VonStrohe lost her husband William (Bill) VonStrohe this past fall. A wreathe was placed in his honor at the memorial. Bill VonStrohe was a loyal brother and member of F.O.P. Lodge #10 for decades. He was a Fort Thomas Police Officer and was best known in his later and longer career as a U.S. Marshall. Also in attendance was Officer Scott Hildebrand of the Cold Spring Police Department and Deputy George Schreiner of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office.