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Event: 2018 National Police Week Candlelight Vigils

IMPORTANT NOTE –
This event is a National Event and is being held on Mother’s Day. As a Mom I feel the one hour on this day is worth giving to those Moms who have watched their blessed children leave the home and never return.
If you plan to hold/sponsor an event at any of the police stations, please let me know and I will add you as a confirmed event. I will be at Suffolk 5th Precinct in Patchogue. Judy

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE
30th Annual Candlelight Vigils to Support & Honor our Local Police
Sunday, May 13th 2018

Please note: This is not a political event, we are not soliciting speakers. However, all elected are welcome to attend to show their support to the police officers. This is a free grassroots community event.
Date: Sunday, May 13th, 2018
Time: Arrive at 7:45 pm Vigil from 8:00 to 8:30 pm
Location: At your local police precincts.

**This event is a National Event and is being held on Mother’s Day. As a Mom I feel the one hour on this day is worth giving to those Moms who have watched their blessed children leave the home and never return.

Here is a list of all of the Nassau & Suffolk Police Precincts:

Nassau County Police Precincts

1st: 900 Merrick Rd, Baldwin N.Y. 11510
2nd: 7700 Jericho Tpke, Woodbury N.Y. 11797
3rd: 214 Hillside Ave, Williston Park N.Y. 11596
4th: 1699 Broadway, Hewlett N.Y. 11557
7th: 3636 Merrick Rd, Seaford N.Y. 11783
City of Long Beach Police 1 W Chester St, Long Beach, NY

Suffolk County Police Precinct

1st: 555 RT 109, W. Babylon, NY 11704
2nd: 1071 Park Ave, Huntington, NY 11743
3rd: 1630 5th Ave, Bay Shore, NY 11706
4th: 727 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Smithtown, NY 11787
5th: 125 Waverly Ave, Patchogue, NY 11772 – CONFIRMED EVENT
6TH: 400 Middle County Rd, Selden, NY 11784
7TH: 1491 William Floyd Pkwy, Shirley, NY 11967

Please wear blue or bring a blue ribbon, bring a flashlight or an led light.

National Police Week is a week-long reflection on those police officers who have fallen in the line of duty. It occurs the second week of May each year. Events are being held nationwide and are supported by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Long Island grassroots organizations are holding local events on Saturday, May 13th at local police stations to pay respect to and to show support of those officers who are working side by side with local residents to improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods.

HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN POLICE VIGIL – Follow these steps:
• Identify initial volunteers, participants for May 13th, 2018: Contact civic groups, neighborhood watch groups, local pro police grassroots groups and neighbors.
• Communicate with Police Community Affairs Officer/Precinct Council: Contact the local precinct Cope officers and discuss with them your plans. On LI our contact is the COPE team.
• Hold your Vigil
Have people arrive about 7:45 PM
Welcome & greet all participants.
Turn on flashlights or led lights at 8:00.
Give a statement of purpose and prayer: We are here to honor the police officers killed in the line of duty this past year.
In addition we are here to show our support for their families and fellow officers. If anyone wants to speak in recognition of this ultimate sacrifice, but ask all to be brief.
By 8:30 shut off lights thank all for participating.
Thank you all for your support and help to make this event a nice tribute to our men and women in Blue.

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WE WILL NOT COMPLY

Judy Pepenella
Executive Board – Conservative Society for Action
New York State Coordinator – Tea Party Patriots
National Leadership Council Member
Cell: 631-987-4581

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