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A chance to help knockout adiction. You can help by taking the dip. Ask your friends and family to sponsor you, no amount is too small.
Join us in this fight to help Chucky and those seeking treatment for addiction. Show up on 02/02 at 10 am, jump into the ocean and join us as we present the raised funds to a worthy cause -- "Chucky' s Fight."
Thursday, February 2nd at 10:00 AM
High Street Entrance to Ocean Boulevard
Hampton Beach, NH
Please find below an excerpt from his website.
"My name is Chucky Rosa and I am a non-profit public speaker in the presentation of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. I am very passionate about the cause and I dedicate a significant amount of time teaching to youth about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. My family and I have been momentously affected by the tragedies of addiction. I have lost two sons to addiction (Vincent and Domenic) and I have vowed to make a difference through awareness and education. I believe if I can save at least one child, through hearing my story and sharing my experience of loss, strength and hope, it is all worth it. In effort to get my message across to those who are suffering from addiction and to realize they are not alone, I have created a website called "chuckysfight.com". When my sons passed away, they were cremated and their ashes were spread into the ocean. I wake up each morning, take a dip into the ocean every single day (regardless of the weather) and start my day with both of them. My wife and I record the daily ritual and offer a positive message to viewers on the "chuckysfight.com" website to start each morning. We encourage others to join us in the celebration of life, clean and sober. Below are some recent testimonials from different age groups that I have presented at, including a High School, a Middle School, The Center for Addictive Behavior (CAB) and Family Mediation in Atkinson, NH."
Download: Chucky's Fight Pledge.pdf
Please see below a message from the Allenstown FD and consider helping our member's family in this difficult time.
We would like your help...
Our friend and member, Firefighter/EMT Evan McIntosh and his family recently had their world turned upside down...their son Noah is sick.
Noah is an amazing 5-year-old boy, who like many boys his age loves super heroes, Disney movies, pizza nights with his family, Kindergarten, playing with his friends and wants to grow up to be a firefighter like his daddy.
On Saturday October 22nd, Noah was diagnosed with a rare pediatric brain tumor called DIPG. This type of tumor is located in an important area of the brain called the Pons. It controls breathing, heart rate and the nerves and muscles that help us to see, hear, walk, talk and eat. It is a highly aggressive tumor and it is difficult to treat. At this time there is no cure for this disease.
Noah will require daily radiation therapy and lots of love and support from his family and friends. His parents need and want to be with him as much as possible to enjoy the time they have left with their precious little boy. Even with radiation therapy the time left for Noah is extremely limited. There is no way to know how much time, but statistically children with DIPG live between 6 to 12 months.
The Allenstown Firefighters are accepting donations for Evan's family in this time of need. People wishing to give can make donations at any TD Bank location to:
ALLENSTOWN FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION BENEVOLENT FUND, in the name of Noah McIntosh.
Any help given is deeply appreciated. Other needs include meals for the family. Our friends at TriTown EMS are coordinating a meals plan. You can find the information in the image next to Noah's.
Evan is a career firefighter in Allenstown and a member of Central NH IAFF Local 4129. His life is dedicated to helping others, we ask that you help us help him.
Paul St. Germain, President
Allenstown Firefighters Association
Chief Dana Pendergast
Allenstown Fire Department
Firefighters and police officers will meet on the ice in a highly competitive hockey game of "Good vs. Good" to support kids across the region who receive care at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD).
This exciting “Battle of the Badges” game against the NH Police Team enters its 10th year. The game is played at the SNHU Arena in front of 7,000 fans and has raised over $1.7 million dollars to date. We are looking to top the $2,000,000 mark this year!
We need firefighters and EMS providers that play hockey at a competitive level to join the Fire Team! Please take the time to tryout for the CHaD Battle of the Badges Fire Team.
This year’s game will be held on April 7, 2017.
TRYOUT REGISTRATION CURRNETLY IS OPEN!!!
You MUST register online at www.chadhockey.org
October 27, 2016 – 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
November 9, 2016 – 6:45 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.
All proceeds benefit kids from across the region who receive care at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD).
The Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) is ranked among the nation's top children's hospitals and research facilities.
They are committed to providing exceptional patient care, training new generations of pediatric healthcare providers, pioneering major research initiatives, and serving their patients and their families.
Please take the time to visit www.chadhockey.org to learn more about this event. If you have any questions you can call Fire Team Captain Micky Drouin at 603 953-3862.
PFFNH Office - 43 Centre St. Concord, NH 03301
Phone - (603) 223-3304
Fax - (603) 223-3310
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