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SAVE THE DATE for our Sixth Annual Officer Mulligan!

2019-02-12 20:44:23
The sixth annual Officer Mulligan! charity golf tournament will be Friday, July 24, 2020 with a shotgun start at 7:30am.

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COPS RUNNING CONE!

COPS RUNNING CONE!

2018-08-29 22:28:20

Opening Day -$1.50 Scoops
Friday August 31st, ALL DAY!

Family Nights - $1.99 Scoops
Every Tuesday in September, 5pm-close
September 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th!

Baskin Robbins is located at:
19510 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Gladstone, Oregon
Presented by Gladstone/Oak Lodge Rotary & Baskin Robbins

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Candlelighters Presents Gift to CCPOBF

Candlelighters Presents Gift to CCPOBF

2018-01-23 22:56:09

Today at our monthly board meeting, representatives from Candlelighters For Children With Cancer presented the CCPOBF with a beautiful framed rider jersey and photograph from the 2017 Ride for a Child Team, as a thank you for being a bronze sponsor 3 years running. Jakob (name on jersey) was one of the honored children, and is from Clackamas County. Thank you Candlelighters! We are proud to support this terrific cause. Check out the ride recap: https://www.candlelightersoregon.org/

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SAVE THE DATE! The 2019 Officer Mulligan! Charity Golf Tournament will be on Friday July 24, 2020 at 7:30 AM.

SAVE THE DATE! The 2019 Officer Mulligan! Charity Golf Tournament will be on Friday July 24, 2020 at 7:30 AM.

2018-01-04 20:13:49

Registration will open May 1, 2020. Please check our event website for updates:

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CCPOBF Partners with EFT Corporation for Online Giving Page

2017-05-23 21:45:40

The Clackamas County Peace Officers' Benevolent Foundation has added an online Charitable Giving Page for added convenience to its donors.

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Clackamas County Fallen Officer Memorial Plaza Update

Clackamas County Fallen Officer Memorial Plaza Update

2017-05-11 19:16:33

On Wednesday May 10th, the mostly completed LEO Memorial Plaza was unveiled during the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office annual memorial ceremony at the Brooks Station in Clackamas.

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New President of the Clackamas County Peace Officers Benevolent Foundation

2016-08-04 18:48:19
At the last Board of Directors meeting, the Benevolent Foundation elected Jay Weitman as its new President.  Jay is a Sergeant with the Lake Oswego Police Department and has been a member of the Board of Directors for several years.  Sergeant Weitman is very active in the County-wide police Peer Support Program and a long-time Honor Guard member, participating in many local, regional, state and national ceremonies with Clackamas County interagency teams. Mark Koberstein and his wife, Terri, are moving to Grants Pass, Oregon to, as Mark's wife would say, "finally retire"!  Mark & Steve Hyson were the founders of the Benevolent Foundation and for the last 10 years it has been Mark's passion.  This followed a 33 -year career in law enforcement.  Mark will stay on the Board of Directors until a transition has been successfully completed. The caring of the law enforcement family in Clackamas County will continue to be the primary purpose of the Foundation.  The Foundation will also remain active with other charitable activities in the County, in line with its mission. On a side note, the last member of the original Board of Directors to serve on the Board is Wilda Parks.  Wilda was recruited in 2006 while the President of the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce.  Her business savvy and connections to the business community in the county were key to the initial success of the Foundation.  Wilda now serves on the City Council of the City of Milwaukie.  

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Families of Dallas PD

2016-07-09 15:56:54
The Clackamas County Peace Officers Benevolent Foundation has set up an account at the Clackamas Federal Credit Union to accept donations to assist the families of the Police Officers killed in the line of duty in Dallas, Texas. Although these families are not directly connected to Clackamas County, they are a part of our extended police family.  The circumstances of these deaths is shocking and the Foundation, on behalf of all the police officers in Clackamas County, would be wrong to not help in some way. All donations received to help the Families of Dallas PD will be sent to assist them.  The Foundation does not assess administrative fees for donations received. The CCPOBF is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit. If you would like to help, please send a check to: CCPOBF, PO Box 678, Clackamas, Oregon 97015 Make your check out to CCPOBF with Dallas PD in the memo line.  A tax receipt will be mailed to you promptly. Thank you.

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Groundbreaking for the Clackamas County Law Enforcement Memorial

2016-05-31 16:43:24
Great News! On May 11, 2016, following the annual commemoration of National Police Week and Law Enforcement Memorial Day, a Groundbreaking Ceremony was held for the Clackamas County Law Enforcement Memorial. Sheriff Craig Roberts facilitated the brief ceremony.   The families of Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Shoop, Deputy Sheriff Bill Bowman and Officer Robert Libke were present and participated in the Groundbreaking.  Construction should begin soon, with a finish in the Fall of 2016. More information can be found on the CCPOBF website at www.CCPOBF.org. VIDEO:  Clackamas County Law Enforcement service and groundbreaking.

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