From the Commander:
After viewing more recent wx reports, the possible window of opportunity appears to be shrinking.Â I have attached the Wx report for the Epsom area and decided on the side of caution to POSTPONE the highway cleanup for this week end.Â Future date will be announced.
After two months of online polling and one member meeting the new header was selected by almost a unanimous vote (of those who voted).
The new image is at the top of the page now. Thank you to E. Rushton Gilbert for creating the image that reflects the post’s vision, mission, and members.
Part of the process to bring the website up to date is making it reflect the members and purpose of the Post. I made an attempt to create a header (the pictures at the top of the website). But not being a graphic designer the result was adequate, but not what I envisioned.
So I asked for some help on a forum that I frequent and found E. Rushton Gilbert (his friends call him Eddie, though…). Eddie is a veteran and a police officer so the cause is close to his heart. He is a graphic designer by hobby/trade/education and generously agreed to create a custom header for the Post website. He volunteered to help and produced these magnificent choices without any compensation. Read more about him at the end of the page.
Please take a look at the three options and use the poll at the bottom of the page to vote on your favorite.
Click on the images to see a larger version. Use the back button to return to the page to vote.
The poll is open until March 14th. The winner will be announced via email and promptly and proudly displayed on the Post’s website.
More about the designer:
Eddie served nine years active duty in the Marine Corps, in the 1970’s, in Aviation Ground Support, as a member of the 2nd Marine Airwing Shooting Team, as a Recruiter, and as a Marksmanship Coach. He was honorably discharged at the rank of Staff Sergeant. He also served in the North Carolina Army National Guard (Infantry) in the 1980’s, in the Ohio Army National Guard (Armored Cavalry) in the 1990’s, and in the Ohio Military Reserve (Military Police) in the 2000’s.He currently serves as a Chief Petty Officer in the Ohio Naval Militia (Master at Arms) and as a Police Officer in the Cleveland Division of Police in Cleveland, Ohio, where he’s been for fifteen years. He will be retiring in a bit less than six years.
On December 2, 2011 Member Roger Ball presented the Charron-Legion Award to:
Â Trooper Maxim King
KingÂ is a Marine Veteran.
Thank You to Roger and his wife Elena !