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2-Captain Patrick Brown

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The Captain Patrick J. Brown Memorial Foundation's New Website
Please Attend The
Father Mychal F. Judge 9-11-01

 Walk of Remembrance

 Sunday September 6th, 2015

 At 9:00am a symbolic Rosary is prayed

 in St. Francis of Assisi Church

 135 West 31st Street NYC, NY

 The Rosary is followed by a Catholic Mass

 The Non Denominational Walk follows the 

 Mass (approx: 10:30am)

 We "Walk" downtown visiting Firehouses &

 Police Precincts, praying from scripture

 and remembering those who made the Supreme

Sacrifice from that Firehouse or Precinct,

 with a roll call of names.

 We will also visit The Freedom Tower and 

 "Remember" the names of the Port Authority

 Police Officers, all 37.

 Our last stop is St. Peter's Church,

 where we have a closing ceremony

 and the ringing of the 

Bells of Remembrance

  


   
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A hearty "Thank You",  from Carolyn Brown:

 Hello friends.

 Thank You for casting your vote and/or donating money

to help Patrick, our cousin Jimmy Brown's son.

$11,000.00 was raised and he was named the winner

of the buddy bike.


"WINNER"!
of the Buddy Bike.
Congratulations to Patrick.
Enjoy many years of pedaling
with your new bike.

"Go Patrick Go"
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FDNY/NYPD HOCKEY GAME 2015:
SUNDAY APRIL 12th
AT
THE NASSAU COLISEUM,
THE END OF AN ERA

The 2015 Game marks the end of an era of bringing
in Vets from all over the country to enjoy a three day weekend in New York and on Long Island.
2015 will be our 10th and final year for this event.
"It was a fun run", remarks Carolyn Brown.
With help from many NY Firefighters along the way
we had the honor of bringing in many disabled war vets. All had nothing but praise for the whole weekend. Well we have nothing but praise for them and their courage.

CHECK BACK SOON FOR ALL THE PICTURES
FROM HOCKEY WEEKEND 2015
 
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Capt Mark Little has started a new organization
entitled
"Warrior 360"
Click on the link above to go to it.
We hope you can help him in his new endeavor.
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             "WE CELEBRATE

               PADDY BROWN"

The Benefit

TO HELP OUR U.S. VETS ADAPT TO THE FIRE SERVICE THROUGH A SPECIAL

PROGRAM IN HONOR OF PADDY BROWN
was a great success!
All that attended had a great time!
Many Thanks to Larry Monachelli and his Staff at Rigby's for another great time.

LeadershipUnderFire.com / The Paddy Brown Program*
(click for link thereto)

*THE PADDY BROWN PROGRAM

The Paddy Brown Program - Overview
Situation:  The chronic economic recession in the United States coupled with a military drawdown leaves many of our post-9/11 veterans extremely challenged to find adequate and fulfilling employment in what will soon be a post "War on Terror" period. This dynamic is contrary to the favorable opportunities that the veterans of World War II, the Korean War and event Vietnam enjoyed. Many of the young men and women who selflessly served our nation post-9/11 would greatly benefit from the opportunity to join and excel in the fire rescue service. The fire service affords our post-9/11 military veterans with a natural transition from the military to a similar response oriented profession deeply rooted in the virtues of service and sacrifice. The recession induced staffing cutbacks to metropolitan fire departments have made the entry process for a historically coveted occupation even more competitive. Our nation's post-9/11 veterans, the U.S. fire service and our American communities would benefit greatly from a strategic campaign that offers veterans increased access to employment opportunities in the fire and rescue service. Currently no such campaign or holistic program exists.

 

"Harper's Ferry"
performed Live and they were Grand!
(they are a splinter band of the Sporting Paddies)

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www.LeadershipUnderFire.com
Their mission:
To Honor the shared bond between the Fire Service and
our Nation's Military by affording Post 9-11 Veterans increased access
to employment opportunities in the professional Fire and Rescue Service.
(The Project Honors the Iconic Legacy of FDNY Captain Paddy Brown
who made the Supreme Sacrifice on 9-11-01.
Paddy's transition from the battlefield as a US Marine in Vietnam
to the Professional Fire Service fostered
a lifelong commitment to Public Service.)
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