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Lodge 144 October News

October 5, 2020

Remembering 911
GCU Lodge 144 was privileged to provide lunch for the officers and detectives of Denver Police Department District 3 and for the firemen of Denver Fire Department Station 2.

Thank you to the men and women who patrol our streets and keep them safe; to the detectives, investigators and undercover people who find and eliminate trouble before it starts and to the highly skilled firefighters who work to combat and extinguish fires and rescue the injured.

Firefighters take steps to prevent fires, act as EMTs, investigate the causes of fires and respond to natural disasters. The fire fighter must be able to move heavy objects, operate unruly equipment and carry victims from burning buildings all while wearing heavy cumbersome safety gear. They have more courage than most of us.

The lodge is grateful to these selfless men and women who protect and serve the local community daily. May we never forget the lives that were lost and the lives that were forever changed on that fateful day of September 11, 2001.

Pictured is Lodge 144 President Mary Ellen Oslick with fireman from Denver Fire Department Station 2.


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