Shelby County Lodge makes record contribution!
Surrounded by members of the Shelby County FOP and Shelby County Multidisciplinary Team, Owens House Child Advocacy Center Director Cindy Greer accepts a generous $4000 donation from FOP president Clay Hammac. The funds were raised during the Shelby County FOP's 10th Annual Ruth Barnes Memorial Golf Tournament and will provide individual counseling for children who have experienced physical sexual abuse. Former FOP member, Ruth Barnes, had a passion for helping children and her mission of helping children continues through the golf tournament established in her memory which support both Easter Seals and Owens House Child Advocacy Center.
The Shelby County FOP's contribution helped fund the 2014 Multidisciplinary Team Training provided to 53 first responders on 10/7/14. Presenters of the training included Assistant District Attorney Allison Boyd, Owens House Director Cindy Greer, CHIPS Clinic- Dr. David Bernard and Dr. Melissa Peters.
The Shelby County Lodge, #41 of the Fraternal Order of Police is again drawing near to the end of another successful year. As with the conclusion of every year, membership fees are due October 1. We will continue to offer a 90 day grace period after October 1, meaning membership fees must be received by December 31, 2014 to prevent an interruption in your membership status.
You may submit your payment of $100 for your 2015 F.O.P. membership dues in the form of cash, checks or money order made payable to the Shelby County F.O.P. Lodge 41, or by Credit card via our website by clicking here .
Our 2014 Newsletter is now available
Our annual newsletter is now available for viewing. In the current newsletter we have highlighted significant events throughout 2014 in which the Shelby County Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police was involved. Archived newsletters may also be viewed by following the link here.
Celebrating 42 years of service
The Shelby County Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police was chartered on March 22, 1972 under the leadership of Alabaster Police Chief, C.E. "Bull" Carter. Our Lodge became the 41st Lodge in the State of Alabama. Today we represent more than 500 Law Enforcement members who reside and work in Shelby County.
Shelby County is the fastest growing county in the State of Alabama. Encompassing approximately 800 square miles in Central Alabama, the County offers diverse amenities
in a temperate climate with dramatic landscapes. Recreational opportunities flourish throughout the County, from our city and county parks to the 10,000-acre Oak Mountain State
Click here to find out more about our great county. Shelby County also has many attractions and events. Please visit the Shelby County Hospitality Association to find out more.