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Just as our wolf logo symbolizes the leadership, loyalty, strength of character and sense of family that is displayed by emergency responders, The Howling Wolf serves as the voice of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund. A wolf’s howl attracts other members of the pack, invites communication and creates a strong bond between pack members. We hope this blog will have the same impact on emergency responders, workplace safety professionals and traffic safety advocates, bringing us all together in the same pack and providing valuable information about workplace safety issues affecting first responders.

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Call FORE Volunteers!

Call FORE Calgary Volunteers for August 20th Golf Tournament!

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“I have a tip that can take five strokes off anyone’s game. It’s called an eraser.”

- Arnold Palmer

Volunteers Needed in Calgary on August 20th

The Calgary Police Association’s annual charity golf tournament – benefiting the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund – is coming up and we’re looking for a few volunteers to chip in…selling raffle tickets to golfers

This tournament is a major fundraiser for us and a fun event for our volunteers! 

When: Thursday August 20, 2020

Where: Heritage Point Golf Course, Calgary, AB

Shifts: The morning shift runs from 7 am until 1 pm and the afternoon shift starts at noon and ends around 6 pm.

Duties: Volunteers will set up off the greens of par 3 holes, where they will watch for hole-in-ones (big prizes are up for grabs for any golfer who makes a hole-in-one). Volunteers will also sell raffle tickets and 50/50 tickets to golfers.

Contact: If you’d like to help out, please e-mail Harleigh at harleighatkinson@gmail.com. 

Other details: Dress for this event is casual and volunteers are asked to be prepared for a variety of weather conditions: please bring a hat, sunscreen, bug spray and a foldable chair. Food and beverages are complimentary for volunteers, who are also welcome to stay for a warm meal at the luncheon/banquet following their shift. In addition, volunteers can use the driving range free of charge when their shift is complete.

Thank you!

About the JPMF: Calgary police officer Const John Petropoulos died in the line of duty on Sept 29th, 2000. John was investigating a break and enter complaint when he stepped through an unmarked false ceiling and fell to his death. The John Petropoulos Memorial Fund (JPMF) is a Canadian charity that raises public awareness about why and how people can make their workplaces – including the roads – safer for everyone, including first responders. Please visit jpmf.ca to view our safety initiatives. 

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