To all Red Knights DE 1:
Red Knights DE1 chapter members,
On behalf of the Officers and myself, we would like to wish each of you a Happy 2022 New Year.
Let us all hope that 2022 turns out to be much safer and healthier.
JANUARY CHAPTER MEETING:
18 January 2021 6:30 pm at Claymont Fire Station in the Back Hall
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS INDOORS MASKS ARE TO BE WORN as per Delaware Governor and Claymont Fire Company Policy.
NO MEETING in February or March as discussed during the past few months.
A Winter Social will be arranged by the Vice President to be held sometime between the 6th and 20th of March.
(the midpoint between January 18 and April 19 Chapter meeting dates.)
December Chapter Meeting 12/14/2021 ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING and ELECTIONS
President Don Lewis Jr.
Treasurer JP Lank Jr.
Quartermaster John Eckerd
Assistant Quartermaster Steve DeBold has been appointed by the PresidentAssistant Treasurer ..... ......... Will be appointed by the President
A festive time and an enjoyable meal were shared at Mazzella's.
Those in attendance were:
Don Lewis Jr. President
Dave Mackenzie Vice President
Steve Witting Sr. Secretary
Bill Harris Sr.
H. Michael Schilling
Here are some photos of past events.
2021 Blue Knights Salvation ArmyToy Run
2019 Blue Knights Salvation ArmyToy Run
END of WATCH RECAP:
Leadership wanted to send out a quick recap from our participation in the End of Watch event yesterday at Delaware Park. First and foremost we'd like to express our deepest gratitude for those that participated in yesterday's event:
Delaware Red Knights Chapter 1
Blue Knights Delaware Chapter 1
Delaware Park and their staff
Delaware State Police
New Castle County Police mounted patrols
First responders from across the state that set up their equipment for the public to view
The many vendors that participated
With it being the first we'd all have to say it was a success. We had according to last count 517 bikes many of which had multiple riders that took over 30 minutes to bring in and get parked. Through the planning prior to the event, we were very prepared for what needed to be done. The memorial event was extremely special, honoring the six lost heros.
There were plenty of posting on social media for those that we unable to attend, you can see all that took place. As for financial success, the event reported to raise over $15K for the six families, have to say it makes us all extremely proud of the work that we did and will continue to do to honor and take care of our brothers and sisters, let's all pray that next year we'll not have to honor any more loss to our communities!
Again the Chapter Leadership would like to express our thanks to all of you for taking part if a good day for our community.
Ride to the Tide 2016
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