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26th Annual Police Memorial Commemoration great time to celebrate with your fellow officers friends cleveland May 19-21, 2011
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26th Annual Police Memorial Commemoration
26th Annual Police Memorial Commemoration
A great time to celebrate with your fellow officers and friends.
May 19-21, 2011
Friday, May 20th
Wed. – Thurs., May 18th & 19th
Staging Begins at 9:00 AM at E. 12th St. and Lakeside Ave.
Step-off at 10:30 AM.
Route: w/b on Lakeside Ave. (Police Memorial Way) to W.3 St.
(Police Memorial Square).
Dress uniforms requested.
Contact: Don Searle, Medina PD, at 330-416-1029, or custac2 [at] aol [dot] com
11:15 AM – Huntington Park (Police Memorial Square) and the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial
Contact: Bill Sweeny, CSU PD (Ret.), at 440-816-1610, or bsweeny12 [at] gmail [dot] com
We invite the entire community to join us and demonstrate their support of law enforcement and honor our
Luncheon For Parade Participants
Immediately following the Memorial Service FOP Lodge 8 Hall, 2249 Payne Ave.
Sponsored by Cleveland FOP #8.
Saturday, May 21st
Police Collectors Show
Public Saf ety Fair & Expo
East 12th Street, between Lakeside and St. Clair Aves. Event held rain or shine.
Contact: Gary Houlehan at 216-394-8420, or gary [dot] houlehan [at] gmail [dot] com . Exhibits
and Interactive Displays by First Responders: Police, Fire & EMS; Military;
businesses, and organizations that provide safety, security and emergency services.
Police Fellowship Steak Roast
6:00 – 9:00 PM
Party and entertainment from opening to close.
CPPA Hall, 1303 West 58th St., Cleveland, OH
Contact: Michelle Tighe at 440-777- 9604, or mtighe [at] wowway [dot] com
Limited Number of Tickets Sold. Please purchase in advance.
Includes: Grilled Steak, baked potato, corn-on-the-cob, salad, and draft beer
Cleveland International Ta ttoo
7:30 PM — Public Auditorium, 600 E. Lakeside Ave, Cleveland,
OH. Tickets available on-line at www.tattoocleveland.com,
Public Auditorium Box Office, or by calling 216-630-0044.
Spectacular performances of music, pageantry, dance and song
by the finest men and women in North America. Featuring
performance by the US Army Old Guard Fifes & Drums,
USMC Quantico Band, and the
pipes & drums of the Cleveland, Chicago,
Columbus, Gates (NY), and New York City
police departments. Special appearance by
popular demand, the USMC Silent Drill Platoon.
Don’t miss this special night to celebrate those in uniform.
Visit www.tattoocleveland.com for updates on performing
groups and to order the best seats.
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Cleveland Police Memorial Service
Report at 10:30 AM., Service begins at 10:55 AM., Cleveland Police Headquarters, 1300 Ontario St., Cleveland, OH.,
Sponsored by FOP
Cleveland Lodge 8
Thursday, May 19th
Heroes Welcome Reception
5:00 PM to Close, Brothers Lounge, 11607 Detroit Ave.,
Cleveland, OH., Contact: Bonnie at 216-410-7583 or bonnetta@
adalet.com. Drink and food specials. Enjoy the great pub room, concert hall,
wine bar, outdoor patio and live music by The New Barleycorn. Free Admission.
Sponsored by: Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society. Co-sponsors: Brothers Lounge, Chick-fil-A, City of Cleveland, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland Div. of Police, Cleveland Police Patrolman’s Assoc.,
Cleveland Police Pipes & Drums, Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office, Esp n 850, FOP Cleveland Lodge #8, Hughies, Insivia, Joebees, Kaiser Permanente, Mikes Hard Lemonade, Miller Lite and
Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Assoc., Positively Cleveland
Exhibitor’s Set-Up: 8:00–10:00 AM. Show: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
Double Tree Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 1111 Lakeside Ave., Cleveland, OH
For Tables Contact: Tony Gorsek, Cleveland PD, at 216-228-4553
or agorsek [at] city [dot] cleveland [dot] oh [dot] us.
Tables: Collectors & Traders: $20.00; Business/Vendors: $50.00.
Admission: $3.00, Children 12 & under free
Police memorabilia, patches, pins, etc. for trade or sale.
After Ta ttoo Parties
10:00 PM till Close
• Double Tree Hotel Ballroom, 1111 Lakeside Ave., Cleveland, OH. Join the parade &
cast back to the party! Live Entertainment. Free Admission to Tattoo performers and
• CPPA Zone Car Lounge, 1303 W. 58th St., Cleveland, OH. Music, dancing, cheap drinks. Free Admission.
Sunday, May 22nd
Police Memorial Mass & Breakfas t
9:00 AM. Dress uniforms requested. Breakfast served immediately after the Mass. Our Lady
of Angels Catholic Church, 3644 Rocky River Drive, Cleveland, OH. Hosted by the Greater
Cleveland Safety Forces Holy Name Society. Contact: Call 216-252-2332 for tickets.
‘Ultima te Survival Instincts’ Training Seminar by Lifeline Training
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Double Tree Hotel Ballroom, 1111 Lakeside Ave., Cleveland, OH. 44114
Contact: Steve Hirst at 847-833-5163, or on-line at
Sponsored by the Cleveland Police Patrolman’s Assoc.
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