Fop 128 | Southwestern Oakland County
Members of the FOP and their spouse, their children and their grandchildren can earn a community college education online—for free—from Eastern Gateway Community College, a public, non-profit college in Ohio—simply as a benefit of membership in the Fraternal Order of Police. Your academy training and law enforcement training may qualify for credits as well!
You can get more information and even enroll in EGCC through the FOP’s Free College Benefit, at www.FOPFreeCollege.org. The next quarter at Eastern Gateway Community College begins on January 17th with an enrollment deadline of January 10th, so we cannot wait too long to promote this great new benefit!
Cops and Kids was at Meijer in Wixom again this year and took place on December 8th, 2016. We had a really great turnout and put a lot of smiles on kids' faces.
2016 Cops and Kids Photos
Fop128 board member John Shier was in uniform this past weekend at the Annual Corn Roast in the city of Wolverine Lake. Officer Shier was on hand giving demo's to children aboard the police boat and squad cars.
Photos Courtesy Curtis Drogmiller
Details on the event can be found here: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/entertainment/events/2016/05/16/lions-top-local-police-charity-basketball/84465022/
The FOP128 monthly membership meeting was held on Wednesday April 7, 2016. Hope to see all of our members at the next one. Dinner was provided by Casey Ambrose.
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