A percentage of the proceeds from this year's Games will be donated to the selected charity of
the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office,
Proceeds from the Annual Silent Auction
will again be donated to
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
And! Our most intense annual competition!
Aluminum pull tabs will be collected at the Command Post and donated to
the Ronald McDonald House
(Columbus this year)
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THE OHIO POLICE and FIRE GAMES' BOARD of DIRECTORS
As some of you already know, I have decided
to resign from the Board of Directors of
The Ohio Police and Fire Games,
effective September 30.
We now have two positions open on the
Board. If you are interested in the
Greater Good of the Organization,
contact one of us!
One of my many responsibilities over the years
has been the care and feeding of this website.
The site will be taken down and replaced over
the next couple of months, and your patience
will be greatly appreciated during that
BEST wishes to those of you I have gotten
to know these past eight+ years, and
remember to always stay safe and
go home after every shift...
The Board of Directors of
THE OHIO POLICE
& FIRE GAMES
thanks you for
A BIG THANK YOU to
Sgt. Jesse Hendershot, Fairfield County Sheriff's Office,
who served as the Overall Coordinator this year,
assisted by Deputy Jeff Reed, Fairfield County Sheriff's Office.
Great job, guys!
NEWS and UPDATES!
Updated 4 July 2016
RESULTS ARE ALL POSTED.
CHECK OUT THE MEMORIES PAGE HERE!
(Send your pics to Nancy if you want them posted.)
The Fairfield County Sheriff's Office, with assistance from their
Community Watch group and several schools in the county,
collected 35 boxes filled with aluminum pull tabs (about 680 lbs.).
These were added to those brought in to the Command Post
during the week of the Games by our competitors. We received about 100 lbs. from Richland Correctional, a big container from Lancaster PD, and several huge containers from our friends, including Ruth Babel-Smith and Fred Smith (who collected tabs from not only their neighborhood, but also the Police Academy Ruth commands).
In all, more than 790 lbs. of pull tabs were donated to the
Ronald McDonald House in Columbus.
The folks at the Ronald McDonald House wished to express their appreciation to The Ohio Police and Fire Games' participants!
Well done, kids!
The SILENT AUCTION results
have been tallied...
YOU raised $3121 for St. Jude's!
We are still finalizing our expenses; however,
The Cordle Cares Foundation
will be receiving a nice check from
The Ohio Police and Fire Games
to help them with the work they do.
Check them out: