RFPC Call To Action

WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT ONE OF OUR MEMBERS FRED HARRAN TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM, PA DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY. HAS THROWN HIS HAT INTO THE RING TO RUN FOR 4th VICE PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CHIEFS  OF POLICE ASSOCIATION……YOU GO FRED!!!

 

Some of the RFPC members visited and spoke at Zion Baptist Church in Ardmore, PA   on Sunday, January 8, 2017. As a result, we where able to gain new members, and network with the community.

Please Come join us at the King of Prussia Mall for our Meet-and-Greet, located at 160 N Gulf Rd., King of Prussia, Pa 19406  on Saturday, January 28, 2017  From:  5 pm 8pm.  We will be in the Courtyard next to J.C. Penny’s. This is our Nation’s 2nd Largest Mall.

We would like to  THANK OUR COMMITTEE MEMBER THOMAS NOLAN TOWNSHIP of UPPER MERION CHIEF OF POLICE FOR SECURING THE King of Prussia Mall Event for the RFPC.  “As he continues to go beyond the call of duty!”

 

The Founder prepares himself for his Annual visit to Grater-Ford Prison on Martin Luther King’s Day January 16, 2017 to speak with Grater-Fords Panther President and Secretary of Grater-Ford Prisons NAACP.  These individuals have been very, very, helpful in giving great advice, and spreading peace. As you may not know, there are some trends that start in prison, “from the pants off the waist“, to the “tear-drop tattoo on the face“. We respect the fact,that they are willing to assist us, in our movement. Grater-Ford is  Pennsylvania’s largest and most populated prison.

 

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Next Meeting

The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, February 14, 2017. Topics: Discussing our upcoming event at Sister Clara Muhammad School Philadelphia MASJID 47th Wyalusing Ave. Phila., PA 19131  February 25, 2017 From: 11: am-3 pm,  One of Phila. PA largest and most popular Masjid’s. Also our 1st Annual RFPC Bike Tour which is scheduled for Saturday, April 29, 2017 or Rain Date: May 6, 2017. We will inform you of the location and time in the near future weeks.

Founder Reached Out To Delaware County DA John J. Whelan

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Founder Andrew Howell takes a “pit-stop” at the Media, PA Court House to visit Delaware County DA John J. Whelan (here seen shaking hands),  He also had the pleasure of meeting with Delaware County Director of C.I.D./Chief Joseph A. Ryan (also in photo)  on 11/18/2016

As a result of the Summit and Basketball Game:

“The Race For Peace Continues to gain momentum  as more, and more people are excited about our upcoming Winter Event.”

Don’t forget to meet us at the Starting Line for the RFPC 1st Annual Spring Bike Tour 2017!

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Summit Success

We would like to Thank all Attendee’s & Participants for making the 1st Annual Summit on 10/29/2016 and the 1st RFPC Basketball Game on 11/4/2016 a great SUCCESS!  “We made these events historical!” Committee Member Michael McGrath Township of Lower Merion Superintendent of Police not only came, but played in the basketball game, he was able to change gears and engage in Leadership & Mentoring skills with the youth.  During the game, a few kids ran towards some committee members and said “WOW, he keeps it 100!” Also committee member, John Viola Township of Haverford Chief of Police was in attendance as one of his officers played. “John’s word is bond,” he continues to network with committee members and the community. The vision has now become a reality. God Bless everyone who continues to promote peace throughout our region & country!

RFPC 1st Annual Summit News Clip

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This is just the screenshot, you can click the link below to view the clip.

http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Community-Gathers-for-Race-for-Peace-Summit_Philadelphia-399225511.ht

Photo Taken at the 1st Annual RFPC Summit on 10/29/16.

To the left Founder Andrew Howell with Committee Member Commanding Officer of Phila. PA  19th Police District Captain Joseph Bolonga (center) was discussing “that the ultimate goal is to make our region the safest and most peaceful in America.”,  also Geoffrey Mock, PA Senator Robert P.  Casey Jr.  Representative (right).

 

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The Race For Peace Committee 1st Annual Summit

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The RFPC would like to extend a special Thanks to PA Governor Tom Wolf, also PA Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr,  the City of Phila. PA Mayor Jim Kenney for sending their representatives, President and Vice President of the Law Enforcement Chaplains of Delaware County, PA, Chief of the Township of South-Hampton Police Dept., Chief of the Township of Middletown Police Dept., for their input and continued support.

We would like to also Thank Channel 10-NBC News, Channel 3-CBS News, Channel 6-ABC News, KYW-News Radio, WDAS FM Radio, The Main Line Times Newspaper,  The Times Herald Newspaper, The Main Line Suburban Life Newspaper for supporting peace in our Region and Country.  “Our youth of today Want & Need Leadership that delivers Immediate Action, Right Now!” Due to some controversial issues that our Country has been experiencing!

The next scheduled meeting is October 24, 2016. Topics: Mapping out our 1st Annual Bike Tour and we will be adding the finishing touches for our Summit which is October 29, 2016  10:30am to 2pm  at 48th St Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (on the corner of 56th Vine West Phila. PA).

Immediately after our 1st Summit October 29, 2016,

Come Join Us Friday Nov. 4th, 2016 from 7pm- 9pm.

For our 1st RFPC Basketball Game at the Darby Borough Recreation Center

Located 1039 Ridge Ave, Darby, PA.

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Our View Status

                                                                      We’ve only just begun…

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And there’s no stopping us NOW!

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Founder Andrew Howell  (to the right) supports one of his Committee members (to the left) Bruce Clark at his Back-to-School Giveaway where he gave over 700 book-bags stocked with supplies, he also had  Free Food and a Raffle to  give out 2 bikes, through his due diligence he was able to have his 6th Back-to-School-Event for the youth in the community at the Haddington Recreation Center, 57th Vine, West Phila., PA,  August 2016. It makes me feel honored and proud that he is one of our committee members, because he puts his heart and mind back into the community.

He plans on having another one this year 2017 in collaboration with Roller skating and a mini-Carnival. Bruce goes wholeheartedly for the community.

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