Thursday, May 31, 2012

FOOTBALL THIS SUNDAY JUNE 3rd - Chicago Police Enforcers Vs. Chicago Fire Blaze at Brother Rice H.S.

Come cheer on the Chicago Police Enforcers Football team as they take on the Chicago Fire Department's team, the Blaze, in the annual "First Responders Memorial Game" this Sunday 03 June 2012.

P.O. Del Pearson will be the Enforcers honorary game Captain. Western Australian Police Officer Ryan Marron, who is currently undergoing rehab in Chicago for a life threatening disease he contracted while on-duty, will also be honored at the game.

Fans, friends and families are encouraged to come out and show their appreciation for all of our first responders. Enjoy a fun-filled family event, while at the same time supporting the teams' terrific charities, including the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation, the CPD Gold Star Families, Ignite the Spirit and the Gold Badge Society.

The game will be held at Brother Rice High School, 10001 S. Pulaski at 1300 hours. The gates open at 1200 hours. Tickets can be purchased in advance from Enforcers players, coaches and staff as well as on game day at the gate. Children 12 and under are free.

10 comments:

I Voted For Obama said...

Really good cause. CPD has really stepped up for this very ill Australian policeman.

Anonymous said...

I'll be there the game last year was amazing. Good luck kick some hose jockey ass.

Anonymous said...

Niggers will even be in the parking lot cleaning windows. Like a real football game

Anonymous said...

Suckfest central. Shoot me now.

Anonymous said...

obama is in town for fundraising, watch the ticket booth money.

Anonymous said...

How is it a suckfest?

Anonymous said...

Br. Rice just won the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in RUGBY......just saying..

Anonymous said...

011 district p.o. Cant get time due, so he cant participate for the police.....now go out and get those movers and parkers.....chumps

Anonymous said...

If it was Rugby I'd be there.

SpankDaddy said...

Lots of SpankDaddy material in attendance.