Next Meeting : Monday December 14th, 1998
8 P.M.
at the American Legion Post #488, Lakes Road, Monroe.
Guest Speaker : TBA
Honorees of the Month : TBA

What's New on the page?
A picture of the new Board of Directors
The September issue of "The Dispatch"
"Friends and family honor memory of fallen officer" - Article about the October 3rd memorial dedication in Tuxedo Park for Officer Jason Conklin.

Highlights of the October meeting - The guest speaker was New York State Police Superintendent James McMahon. Sheriff H. Frank Bigger received the James Garvey Man of the Year Award, and Corporal Salvatore Macri of the Town of Tuxedo Police Department was the monthly honoree.
Highlights of the August meeting - The new Board of Directors was sworn in.
"The Dispatch" online - the monthly newsletter of Lodge #957

The Jason Conklin Memorial Lodge #957 of the Fraternal Order of Police is a non-profit organization comprised of law enforcement personnel. Our goals are to help elevate the image of the law enforcement community and enhance relations between the numerous agencies involved.  We will recognize those in the private sector and the law enforcement community with monthly rewards.

An awards night will be held to honor those individuals who have distinguished themselves with acts of heroism and honor the families of slain officers. Our awards will be named in remembrance of officers from the area who have made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty among which include New York State Troopers Burroughs and McDonagh, not forgetting Police Officer Jason Conklin of the Tuxedo Park Police Department for whom our lodge is dedicated.

A dinner dance will be hosted by the Jason Conklin Memorial Lodge #957 each year at which time we will honor the Fraternal Order of Police's Person of the Year. This award will be named after former Sheriff James Garvey who dedicated his life to law enforcement.

Future plans include an annual softball tournament, open to any and all participants, and an annual golf tournament.  These activities will help sponsor the Jason Conklin Scholarship Fund and other lodge charities.

Come learn all about the largest Fraternal Police group in the United States (277,000 nationwide, 15,000 in New York State).  With your help, our organization will grow with confidence and strength.  Come join us today and make a difference.

Fraternally yours,

Cornelius A. O'Riordan, President, Lodge #957

New York State Assembly Citation

Proclamation from Senator William J. Larkin, Jr.

Letter from Senator Larkin to FOP #957 Treasurer Dobson

Directions to Lodge #957
At exit 130 of Route 17, make a left onto Route 208.  Keep left at the Mobil gas station.  Proceed straight through traffic light onto North Main St.  Go 1/4 mile to Ancient Order of Hibernians Hall (grey building on the left).  Limited parking is available in rear of building
email FOP #957
email the webmaster

Help find a missing child

last updated 10/15/98