Monday, 31 January 2011

Odd Fellows support police officer riding in Pan Mass Challenge

By Special to the Record
Posted Jan 31, 2011 @ 09:09 AM


 
Officer Derek Jones accepts a $650 donation from the Odd Fellows
of the North Shore to support his ride in the 2011 Pan Mass Challenge.
Lleft to right, Georgetown Police Chief James Mulligan;
Officer Derek Jones; Julia Jones; Members of the Odd Fellows
of the North Shore: Bro. Edward J. Carroll, PGM; Noble Grand Francis
E. Gayton, PGW; Bro. Charles Teague, Jr., PDDGM;
Bro. Clayton L. Dearth; and Detective Supervisor Thomas DeJoy.
On Dec. 11, 2010, members of the Newburyport Odd Fellows of the North Shore came to the Georgetown Police Department to show their support for Officer Derek Jones, who rides in the Dana Farber Pan Mass Challenge every year. The Odd Fellows presented Officer Jones and his daughter Julia, a cancer survivor, with a check for $650 to support his ride to find a cure for cancer.
“The Odd Fellows of the North Shore are great supporters of the Georgetown Police Department and its members,” said Georgetown Police Chief James Mulligan. “They haveg made several donations in the past to the department and its members for equipment and to support a member’s charity. We want to thank them for their generosity.”

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