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The 3rd Annual Brotherhood Memorial Ride
The 3rd Annual Brotherhood Memorial Ride will take place Sunday, July 22, starting and ending at the Zelienople Fire Department. Post ride festivities will include food, a 50/50 raffle and Chinese auction.
This year’s event will benefit the Zelienople Memorial Skate Park that will honor the memory of Trevor Barkley, Sam Bucci, and Elijah Lunsford. Funds raised this year will also benefit the family of Harmony Volunteer Fire Company Assistant Chief Doug Pickett, who passed away unexpectedly on April 14, 2012.
WHAT: 3rd ANNUAL BROTHERHOOD MEMORIAL RIDE
WHEN: SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2012. REGISTRATION 9AM – 11AM, RIDE DEPARTS AT 11:15AM
WHERE: ZELIENOPLE FIRE DEPARTMENT, 615 WEST BEAVER ST
DONATION: $20 PER BIKE, $10 FOR PASSENGER / Pre-register at zelienoplefiredept.com to receive $5 off
About the Brotherhood Memorial Ride
The Brotherhood Memorial Ride was organized in 2010 to raise money for scholarship funds in honor of fallen firefighters Sam Bucci and Elijah Lunsford and honorary firefighter Trevor Barkley, who lost their lives on January 26, 2010. With the scholarships fully endowed, the 2011 ride benefited the Zelienople Memorial Skate Park, as well as injured officers Corporal Dan Hahn of the Cranberry Township Police Department and Sergeant Joe DeSanzo of the Zelienople Police Department. For more information please visit zelienoplefiredept.com.
|Where||Zelienople Boro Fire Department 615 W Beaver St, Zelienople, PA 16063|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Price||$20 PER BIKE, $10 FOR PASSENGER / Pre-register at zelienoplefiredept.com to receive $5 off|
More About Zelienople Boro Fire Department
Protecting the borough of Zelienople and its surrounding communities since 1850, the Zelienople Fire Department is made up of all volunteers.
The station has two engines, one ladder, one rescue and one squad It also operates a command vehicle. The department currently has 42 members, but it always is looking for more volunteers.
The station also has a junior firefighter program for teenage boys and girls that will help them become firefighters and medical responders in the future. The teens actively participate in operational and administrative activities that do not threaten their safety.
The department also has an auxiliary team to assist in social functions and provide support during emergencies.