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Boston Red Sox to Host Law Enforcement Night, Donate to FLEOA

June 17, 2015  | 

Photo: Boston Red Sox Facebook Page
Photo: Boston Red Sox Facebook Page

The Boston Red Sox have teamed up with the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association to show their appreciation for the men and women of Red Sox Nation who serve as law enforcement officers and first responders. The 2015 Boston Red Sox and FLEOA invite law enforcement officers, friends, family, and colleagues to attend Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Fenway Park on Monday, July 27th. $5 from every ticket sold will be donated to FLEOA.

For Groups of 20 or more contact Carl Grider at 617-226-6828 or [email protected].

Prior to the game on July 27th, the Red Sox will honor the six K-9 heroes of 2014 and have set up a voting system to help determine the 2014 K-9 Hero of the year. You can read the bios of each online and vote for who you think should be the winner. You can vote once per day.

For more information visit http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/bos/ticketing/group_lawenforcement.jsp.

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Jon Retired LEO @ 6/18/2015 1:51 PM

This is all just way cool, cool, cool. Enough said.

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