Fallen Firefighters King and Lockhart Memorial Fundraiser: October 8

Join the Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2, Alderman Matthew O’Shea and the Chicago Park District at a fundraiser on Saturday, October 8, at the Cork and Kerry on South Western Avenue to assist in offsetting the costs of building a memorial park for two of Chicago’s fallen firefighters: Patrick King and Anthony Lockhart.

Firefighters King and Lockhart lost their lives on February 11, 1998 while fighting a fire at an auto shop where the memorial park is now located. If you have any questions, please email Patrick Cleary, VP of Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2; ptcleary@sbcglobal.net.

 

October 8, 2011

Cork & Kerry

10614 S. Wetern Avenue

1:00pm – 4:00pm

Cost will be $30 per person

Food and Drinks included

Download the King Lockhart Memorial Park Fundraiser Flyer

The memorial park is located directly across the street from Cork & Kerry and is still a work in progress. As many of you know, these firefighters lost their lives while fighting a fire at the auto shop on 2/11/98, and the memorial park now occupies the site of this travesty.