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Terry

Southern Regional Spring Conference

28 April –1 May 2016 Mobile/Baldwin Counties Blue Knights Alabama II

 

$ 65.00 Per Person before 1 April 2016 & $ 75.00 Per Person after 1 April 2016

     Conference Fees Cover Hospitality Room, Friday cookout (Dinner) and Saturday Night’s Banquet.

In order to meet Hotel Requirements We Request EARLY REGISTRATION

Ashbury Hotel and Suites

600 West I-65 Service Road

Mobile, AL 36608

 

Phone: (251)344-8030 Ask for Blue Knights Rate ($65.00 Per Night for standard rooms, up to $100.00 for upgrades for Suites).  You must make your reservations by 1 April 2016 to receive this rate. These rates include a deluxe hot breakfast.

Terry

Blue Knights® Southern Regional Conference

Fall 2014 SRC
Hosted in Huntsville, Alabama by Alabama VII
September 18th thru 21st, 2014

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
$60.00 PER PERSON ($60.00 per person rate good until September 1st.)
($70.00 per person after September 1st.)
PLEASE MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO: BLUE KNIGHTS® AL VII

Mail Registration and shirt fee to:
Paul Yox 8335 Wall Triana Highway Harvest, Alabama 35749
or event information contact: Paul Yox 256-665-4101 (or E-mail) yoxy1@knology.net
Lodging in Host Hotel -- $79.00 Per Night +Tax (Breakfast Included )
Holiday Inn Research Park5903 University Drive Huntsville, Al. 35806
256-830-0600 / 1-800-845-7275
(Mention "Blue Knights Southern Regional Conference" when making Hotel Reservations
to receive this special event lodging rate.) (Good for two days before and after event.)
*** DOOR PRIZES *** FIREARMS RAFFLE ***

Terry

Subject: Recall

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Subject: RECALL

From Harley-Davidson:
MILWAUKEE (October 16, 2013) – Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) is acting quickly to address potential safety issues by voluntarily recalling certain 2014 Touring motorcycles equipped with a hydraulic clutch system that may pose a safety issue for riders and/or passengers. The recalls include a Do Not Ride notice to owners and a Do Not Deliver notice to Harley-Davidson dealers until the motorcycle is fixed.“The safety of our customers is our highest priority,” said Tony Wilcox, Harley-Davidson General Manager of Motorcycle New Product Delivery. “We have identified potential safety issues and are moving quickly to notify our customers and dealers. The inspection and repair of these motorcycles is extremely important, so it’s critical that our customers with affected vehicles contact their dealers immediately. We apologize for this circumstance. The company is committed to correcting this issue and providing customers with the quality experience and service they expect.”
The recalls affect 25,185 Touring motorcycles, models FLHTCU, FLHTK, FLHTP, FLHX, FLHXS, FLHTKSE and FLHRSE, and 3,861 Softail® CVOs and Trikes, models FLHTCUTG, FXSBSE and FLSTNSE, built between May 3, 2013, and Oct. 14, 2013.
Some of these motorcycles may exhibit a condition in which the hydraulic clutch system may lose the ability to generate enough lift to disengage the clutch. If the clutch does not disengage as intended, the rider may have difficulty slowing or stopping the motorcycle, which could result in an accident. Harley-Davidson has initiated these recalls to correct the affected motorcycles.
The company is taking the additional measure of issuing a Do Not Ride notice to riders given the potential safety issues. The company wants owners of affected motorcycles to contact an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer immediately to arrange for an inspection. The dealer will pick up, inspect and make the necessary repairs at no cost to the owner. The repairs have been identified and should take less than one hour.
Although the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration is closed as a result of the partial government shutdown, Harley-Davidson is proceeding with these voluntary recalls consistent with NHTSA’s process.
For more information, visit Harley-Davidson’s website at www.harley-davidson.com.

Read more: http://fox43.com/2013/10/16/harley-davidson-issues-voluntary-recalls-of-certain-2014-motorcycles/#ixzz2hxYjdwzW

Terry

SRC EDP EMERGENCY ESCORT FROM SOUTH FLORIDA TO MOORE, OKLAHOMA

Southern Regional Conference Chairman Alex Ramirez activated the
EMERGENCY DISASTER PLAN
to notify all BK Chapters along I-95 AND/OR I-75 of an

EMERGENCY ESCORT OF TRUCKS CARRYING FOOD for the

TORNADOE VICTIMS OF MOORE, OKLAHOMA




BY RADIO STATION POWER 96 AND TEAM Mc DONALD'S

leaving South Florida at 7a.m. SAT. MAY 25th 2013



EXACT ROUTE ITINERARY T/B/A - A.S.A.AVAILABLE

Chapter TEAMS will travel 2-3 hours and be relieved
up the road by relief chapter to continue

ANY AVAILABLE CHAPTERS ALONG THIS ROUTE(S)
WHO CAN HELP, E-MAIL BKALEX@AOL.COM ASAP

you will be added to the list for upcoming e-mails within hours reporting
the itinerary details as the become available from the Radio Station.

CHAPTERS NEED TO KNOW WHERE TO STOP OR PREPARE
TO RELIEVE ON THE ROAD (RELIEVE ON THE MOVE)

True Leaders are best during times of adversity and confusion!
These victims lost more than just property, let's make their day a little brighter!

Ride With Pride
Alexander Ramirez, Chairman

Terry
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SPRING 2013 Blue Knights Southern Regional Conference® Hosted by SC III, in North Charleston, SC MAY 2 THRU MAY 5, 2013

EARLY REGISTRATION FEE BEFORE March 15, 2013:
$60.00 PER PERSON
IF RECEIVED AFTER March 15, 2013:
$70.00 PER PERSON
MAKE YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER PAYABLE TO
BLUE KNIGHTS® SCIII
SEND TO BLUE KNIGHTS® SCIII 4505 Jenwood St, Ladson, SC 29456.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL:
Nathan Dozier - President (843) 795-6269
sevenpin@bellsouth.net
Terry Williamson- Treasurer (843) 771-8259
terrysciii@comcast.net

TO MAKE YOUR HOTEL RESERVATIONS: CALL, FAX OR WRITE TO:
North Charleston Inn (Host Hotel)
2934 W. Montague Ave
North Charleston, SC 29418
877-464-2700
Rates: $75.00 a night

Quality Inn Center
5055 North Arco North Charleston, SC 29418
(843) 554-6485
Rates: $69.00 a night (cut off 30 days prior to event)

Homestead Studios and Suites
5045 N. Arco Lane
North Charleston, SC 29418
(843) 740-3440
Rates: $84.00 Queen Room a night, $93.00 Double Room a night
Weekly Rates: $61.00 a night Queen Room, $66.00 a night Double Room
(Cut off 45 days prior to event)

Extended Stay America
5059 N. Arco Lane
North Charleston, SC 29418
(843) 747-3787
Rates: $80.00 Single Room, $85.00 Double Room
Weekly Rates: $57.00 a night Single Room, $63.00 a night Double Room
(Cut off 45 days prior to event)

Days Inn Airport-Coliseum 2998 W. Montague Ave.
North Charleston, SC 29418
(843) 747-4101 Rates: $69.00 a night

***All motels within walking distance to host hotel

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Tenative Agenda DOC / PDF

Terry

Florida Chapter XXV will be holding a motor officer type competition for civilians (non motor officers) as well as members of a motor unit in Ft. Walton Beach on March 28th, 29th and 30th. The competition will benefit the Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center which takes care of abused children in the local area. The competition will have classes for civilian expert, civilian novice, motor officers and an open class for those riding motors in the 600 cc to 999 cc range.Further information and a link to the site is on the flyer as well as on the Chapter XXV website located at:

http://www.blueknigh...xv.com/ECMC.htm

Looking forward to seeing you there!!!


Bruce Stewart
Past President
Florida Chapter XXV



Source:
Terry

SRC EDP UPDATE: TS ISSAC IS Gulf Bound


08/26/12, 2330 hrs: Tropical Storm Isaac passed over Key West,


causing some damage, taking no lives, and continued West into the Gulf of Mexico


where it is expected to strengthen into a Hurricane.


Florida Governor issued a State of Emergency on Sat. 08/25/12.



National Weather Service models estimate Isaac’s track continuing


N/W, making landfall between Louisiana and the Fl. Panhandle.


TS Isaac is estimated to be 350 miles wide.



All Blue Knights International Chapters in the threatened areas


should make preparations for a severe weather incident.



Any Blue Knights International Chapter President suffering injuries, losses or


damage, should contact SRC Webmaster Terry Williamson at


843 814-1401 or terrysciii@baselair.com,


or SRC Chairman Alex Ramirez at 954 328-3591


or BKALEX@aol.com as soon an practical.



The next EDP update will be Monday, 08/27/12.


SRC EDP Reports daily, while the TS Isaac is in the Gulf.


Ride With Pride


Alex Ramirez, Chairman

Terry

SRC EDP UPDATE: Northward Shift of TS ISSAC


08/25/12,1630 hrs: Tropical Storm Isaac turned slightly North overnight deluging


South Florida, but expected to continue Westerly towards the Gulf of Mexico.


Florida Governor issued a State of Emergency for Florida today.



National Weather Service models estimate Isaac’s track


over Key West and N/W generally towards Pensacola, causing


concern for Chapters from Louisiana East to Tallahassee.



All Blue Knights International Chapters throughout the SRC should make


preparations for a severe weather incident recommended by the


Federal Emergency Management Administration and published in


the, “Are You Prepared” manual issued to each SRC President.



All Gulf Coast Blue Knights International Chapters should monitor the track


of this storm to be prepared to reduce personal loss of property and lives.



Any Blue Knights International Chapter President suffering injuries, losses or


damage, should contact SRC Webmaster Terry Williamson at


843 814-1401 or terrysciii@baselair.com,


or SRC Chairman Alex Ramirez at 954 328-3591


or BKALEX@aol.com as soon an practical.



The next EDP update will be Saturday evening, 08/25/12.


Alex Ramirez, Chairman


Ride With Pride

Terry

SRC EMERGENCY DISATER PLAN UPDATE: TROPICAL STORM ISSAC



08/24/12, 1600 hrs: The Southern Regional Conference is in the crosshairs of Tropical Storm Isaac, forecasted to strengthen to Hurricane force


winds after passing over Cuba Thursday.



National Weather Service computer models estimate Isaac’s track more North West through the Caribbean Sea


approaching the Florida Keys Monday, 08/27/12.



Isaac’s track has moved the, “cone of concern”, farther from the east coast of South Florida, to the west coast into the Gulf of Mexico,


towards the Florida Panhandle.



Tropical Storm Isaac is expected to strengthen again in the Gulf of Mexico traveling generally N/W approaching the Gulf Coast,


threatening landfall from Louisiana to Georgia



All Blue Knights International Chapters throughout the SRC should make preparations for a severe weather incident recommended by the Federal Emergency Management Administration and published in the, “Are You Prepared” manual issued to each SRC President.



All Gulf Coast Blue Knights International Chapters should monitor the track of this storm to be prepared to reduce personal loss of property and lives.



Any Blue Knights International Chapter President suffering injuries, losses or damage, should contact SRC Webmaster Terry Williamson at 843 814-1401 or terrysciii@baselair.com,


or SRC Chairman Alex Ramirez at 954 328-3591 or BKALEX@aol.com as soon an practical.



The next EDP update will be issued Friday night, 08/24/12. Alex Ramirez, Chairman



Ride With Pride

Terry

Weather Alert

08/23/12, 2300 hrs: The Southern Regional Conference is in the crosshairs of Tropical Storm Isaac,


forecasted to strengthen to a Hurricane after passing over Cuba Thursday.


National Weather Service computer models estimate Isaac’s track moving N/W through the Caribbean Sea


approaching the Florida Keys Friday, 08/24/12, approx.1p.m.



Given the unpredictable movement of Hurricanes, forecast models assign a, “cone of concern” from the east coast of South Florida,


across the State of Florida and into the Gulf of Mexico.



Tropical Storm Isaac is expected to strengthen again in the Gulf of Mexico traveling generally N/W approaching the Gulf Coast,


threatening landfall from Mississippi to Houston, Texas.



All Blue Knights International Chapters throughout Florida should make preparations for a severe weather incident recommended by the Federal Emergency Management Administration and published in the, “Are You Prepared” manual issued to each SRC President.



All Gulf Coast Blue Knights International Chapters should monitor the track of this storm to be prepared to reduce personal loss of property and lives.



Any Blue Knights International Chapter President suffering injuries, losses or damage, should contact SRC Webmaster Terry Williamson at 843 814-1401 or



or SRC Chairman Alex Ramirez at 954 328-3591 or BKALEX@aol.com as soon an practical.



The next EDP update will be issued Friday morning, 08/24/12. Alex Ramirez, Chairman



Ride With Pride

Terry

From: Alexander Ramirez, Chairman
Southern Regional Conference
CONGRATULATIONS to our Miami Fl. IV Chapter and the
Miami HEAT Basketball Team
for winning the National Basketball Association Finals
becoming the N.B.A. CHAMPIONS

For all who watched the game it was an unbelievable
game between two very talented teams to fought it out,
but the Miami Heat proved too experienced for Oklahoma City.

Ride With Pride

Terry

Subject: Reinstatement of Tax-Exempt Status after Automatic Revocation
Reply-To: JBryan@BlueKnights.org
Please do your best to pass this on to the US Chapters in your Conference. Note that there is a deadline to limit the financial impact to the Chapters effected.

If an organization has had its tax-exempt status automatically revoked and wishes to have that status reinstated, it must file an application for exemption and pay the appropriate user fee even if it was not required to apply for exempt status initially. Note: Certain small organizations applying for reinstatement before December 31, 2012 may qualify for a reduced fee of $100 and retroactive reinstatement of exempt status.
FOR DETAILS SEE: http://www.irs.gov/charities/article/0,,id=240101,00.html?portlet=108
This web page also contains a link to a video which describes the reinstatement process, including a program to help small organizations regain their exempt status.
Jerry Bryan
International Treasurer
Blue Knights International LEMC, Inc.
JBryan@BlueKnights.org

Terry

Wayne M. O. LaBree, 69, died Oct. 11, 2011, in Largo, Fla. He was born May 18, 1942, in Old Town, ME; son of Otis N. and Beatrice N. (Rice) LaBree. Wayne was predeceased by a wife Donna (Hoar) LaBree, and by his parents and a brother David Wayne is survived by his wife Veronica (Snowdon) presently of Largo and children, Michele (LaBree) Daniels and her husband, Tim, of Brewer, ME. and Matthew and his wife, Stacy (Jardine) LaBree, of Hampden, ME.; also surviving is a grandchildren, Ryan Elliott, stationed at Dover (NH) Air Force Base, and Katelan Daniels of Sanford, ME, Chase Daniels of Brewer, ME., Cameron and Alexis LaBree of Hampden, NH. Wayne has siblings, Patricia Sullivan of Cape Coral, FL., and Donald LaBree of ME. as well as a nephew, five nieces, and friends too numerous to mention.
Wayne was a founding member and former president of The Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club which has over 20,000 members in 30 countries.
Wayne joined the U.S. Navy for four years in 1961. Returning to Maine. he became a Sheriff in the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department and rose to the rank of Captain. Upon leaving the SO he went on to own LaBree Associates a private Security Firm.
He was a ship’s captain in later life, possessing Multi-ton and Tug captain’s licensing. Wayne operated Cruise Vessels in the waters of the State of Maine and was a long time member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. Upon relocating to Florida, he was a substitute Captain to the local Dinner Cruise Ships.

Schedule of Events November 2, 2011


10:40 Wayne’s Friends assemble at Eagle Lake Park, Largo *
10:45 Wayne’s Ashes riding with one of his best friends Urban Dyer and accompanied by his family and friend Chuck Shuman leave Wayne’s home to meet with the ssembled friends at Eagle Lake Park for “one last ride”
10:52 entourage leaves Eagle Lake Park for Ride through Clearwater Beach and the Gulf Beaches South to Madeira Beach
11:00 guest not riding in motorcycle entourage meet at Post 273 **
11:35 Wayne’s entourage arrives at the American Legion Post 273, Madeira Beach Fl.
11:55 Introduction of “Family” by Peter Domiziano
11:58 Few words of Remembrance by Chuck Shuman
12:05 Few Words of Remembrance by Urban Dyer
12:10 Those who wish may order lunch (cash)
12:55 Wayne’s Family boards boat and leaves dock for ash dispersal out in Gulf***
1:00 fini

Notes:
Thank you to the Largo PD. Sgt. Hill, the Clearwater PD . Lt. Slaughter, American Legion Post 273 Madeira Beach, and the assistance of Blue Knights FL XVII.
Thank you to BK FL XVII for supplying appetizers and drinks to early arriving guests at the Post.
* Al Arntzen coordinating at Eagle Lake,
** Jim Burgess and Jim Tilley coordinating at the Post, and
*** Roland Cox our BK FL XVII“Navy”

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