Please ask all volunteers (Boy Scouts, Firefighters, family, and friends) to sign up at the enclosed link.
As you know, we are happy to provide food and beverages to our volunteers so it’s important that we have a headcount.
Here’s the public link for the 25th
I am proud to inform you that IAFF Local 302 Allentown Firefighters will be hosting its
2nd annual Welfare Fund/Community Project Golf Tournament. The tournament will
be held on Saturday, June 19, 2021, at the Allentown Municipal Golf Course with
food provided by Jack’s Slice.
On behalf of Local 302, I am asking for any support you or your company could give as
a tournament sponsor. All monies raised will be split into two distinct funds. Half will be used
by Local 302 to assist with supplemental insurance for our oldest retirees. The second half will
be used in community projects throughout the year. These projects include initiatives such
as feeding children in a firehouse every Friday, back-to-school supplies, coat donations in
the winter, youth athletic association donations, cancer research, and many other
initiatives throughout the year.
As Allentown Firefighters, we provide Firefighting, Technical Rescues, and Emergency
Medical Services to the citizens of Allentown, as well as all of its visitors. But some of the
greatest impact we make is assisting the community through our outreach projects.
If you are unable to be a sponsor, we hope you, can find a few friends and play, or any type of
donation would be appreciated to use as a raffle item. It’s sure to be a fun day! Hope to see you
• Food Sponsor: $2,000.00 (includes 4-some)
• Beverage/Prize Sponsor: $1,500.00 (includes 4-some)
• Putting Contest Sponsor: $500.00
• Hole Sponsor: $200.00
• Tee sponsor: $100.00
o All checks can be made payable to: IAFF Local 302 by June 1, 2021
o Mail checks to: Jason Tatum
3956 Walbert Ave
Allentown, PA 18104
o All questions should be referred to
Jason Tatum or Mark Kresge Sr.
Lehigh Valley P4P Boxing, Inc (#LVP4P) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was founded in 2018 by Paul Pinnock, who saw Boxing as a tool to keep kids off the street, as it did for him and the many that contribute to the program. He utilizes his personal time and individual efforts to create a second home for local Allentown, PA youth. The organization began as a P4P Boxing Club, but something much greater has been envisioned, something much more profound, so a team has been formed to make this vision a reality. #LVP4P focuses its efforts on building a “Youth Center”, which will not just facilitate a physical outlet to underprivileged and troubled youth, but also enrich their mind, and change their misconceptions about life and society, which in turn would open up windows of opportunities.
Survivors: Wife, Linda; Daughter, Tammy E. Polczynski and her husband Werner; Son, Richard Kline; and Grandchildren, Zachary, Travis, and Nicholas Kline.
Services: Private, Arrangements by Bachman, Kulik & Reinsmith Funeral Home, Allentown.