Final “Gary’s Ride” Marks 10 Year Anniversary of ISP Lt. Gary Dudley’s Death

first_img“GARY’S RIDE” is a recreational bicycle ride to honor Indiana State                        Police Lt. Gary Dudley.  All proceeds from the ride benefit The Gary                        Dudley Memorial Scholarship Foundation, which provides college                        scholarships to the children of Police Officers killed in the Line of                                  Duty in Indiana.  To date, over $180,000 is scholarships have been                          awarded.       On-line registration is available at: www.getmeregistered.com.  For                          information about this event, please go to www.garysride.com                         Day of registration will be available                         Please direct any questions to Carolyn Dudley at:                          [email protected]         Saturday, August 13, 2016   Registration is from                         7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., with an open start                        This will be our 10th and FINAL GARY’S RIDE             Bicyclists of all ages and experience levels are welcome.  Routes range                        from a “Family Fun Ride” (0-10 miles) up to a Century (100 miles).                         Six distance levels are available.  You can ride as little or as much as                         you want.  Helmets are required.center_img EVENTS:      In addition to the ride, there will be activities for kids of all ages to enjoy at the ILEA, including a large display of Police, Fire, & EMS vehicles and equipment.  The displays are free and open to the public and are available from 9:00a.m. until 12:00p.m.Registration PDF Form is AttachedAbout Gary Dudley:Hometown: Indianapolis, IndianaAppointed to Indiana State Police: December 14, 1979District: Headquarters – Commander Indiana State Police Training AcademyBorn April 7, 1955, Died August 22, 2006While participating in a bicycle ride to honor fallen police officers, Lieutenant Gary Dudley and retired Lake County Sheriff’s Department Chief of Police Gary Martin were killed when a box truck struck the riders’ support vehicle shoving the support vehicle into the group of cyclists. Lieutenant Dudley and Chief Martin died at the scene of the crash on State Road 63 in Vermillion County. A third cyclist, retired Indianapolis Police Officer Spencer Moore was injured in the crash.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare        Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in Plainfield, IN 5402 Sugar Grove Rd, Plainfield, IN 46168last_img read more

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Ministry of Education to honour forty-eight retired educators

first_imgEducationLocalNewsPrimarySecondary Ministry of Education to honour forty-eight retired educators by: – April 18, 2012 Tweet Sharing is caring! Ms. Marcella Severin receiving an award for 32 years of service from the president of the Dominica Association of Teachers, Mrs. Celia NicholasRoseau, Dominica – April 18th, 2012…Forty-eight teachers and education officers who gave long and dedicated service in the education sector will be honoured at the Retirees Awards Dinner of the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development on Saturday.The awards ceremony is intended to pay tribute to the distinguished group of educators who contributed significantly toDominica’s development as employees of the Ministry of Education.The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development is proud to acknowledge the accomplishments and service of the awardees as they move on to a new stage in their lives and wishes them well for their retirement.Mrs. Clara Savarin receiving award for 42 years of service from the President of the Dominica Teachers Association, Mrs. Celia Nicholas.The Hon. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and the Hon. Minister for Education and Human Resource Development Petter Saint-Jean will address the retirees. Musical performances will come from the Sisserou Singers, Fatima Noel and teachers Asher Thomas and Kishon Florent.The awardees are: Melizia St. Aime, Clara Savarin, Sonia Christian, Meldora Lawrence, Helen Warrington, Josephine Jemmot, Glorine Thomas, Joyce Celestine, Augustina Francis, Carol Prosper, Catherine Larocque, Cynthia Morvan, Mariane Austrie, Mona Thomas, Judith Alick, Beverly Williams, Bernie Abraham, Margaret Romain, Irose Thomas, Merle Lawrence, Jane Cornelius, Charlotte Joseph, Judith Mitchel, Starry Williams, Athelstane Seraphin, Ann Joseph, Merle St. Louis, Angelina Martin, Gloria Webb, Theresa Hector, Allan Moise, Timothy Moise, Geraldine Timothy, Jualine Charles, Roslyn Fontaine, Mariane Austrie, Claudette Shillingford, Lucille Blackman, Marcella Severin, Arlington Burnette, Joyce Dupuis, Arthlene Douglas-Murdoch, Bentley Royer, Vyleen Royer, Cynthia Bernabe, Lucina Lafond-Charles, Clementina Liverpool-Paul, Isa Dorsette.By: Dionne DurandPublic Relations SpecialistMinistry of Education and Human Resource Development Sharecenter_img 403 Views   one comment Share Sharelast_img read more

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