As a result of all the Coronavirus-related restrictions, we will be cancelling this year’s golf outing. We look forward to bringing back a successful and fun outing in 2021.
We have increased the number of winners and more than doubled the prize money for this year's raffle! Anyone interested in purchasing tickets can get them from any Lodge member or contact us via email at contact@RomeovilleFOP.org.
This is the only fundraiser to support our charitable mission until we are able to have our annual golf outing again in September 2021. Click the button to see some of the charitable events and organizations we support with these funds.
Faith is a graduating Romeoville High School senior. She intends to study Nursing at Purdue University's College of Health and Human Sciences in the fall. Faith was inspired by the premature birth of her first cousin and the care he needed to become a nurse.
Arta is a graduating Romeoville High School senior. She intends to study Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern's Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science in the fall. Arta plans to become a doctor specializing in cancer medicine and research immunological diseases.
Opeolouwa is a graduating Romeoville High School senior. He intends to study Biochemistry/Chemistry at the University of California San Diego in the fall. Opeolouwa has a passion for science and will strive to receive a Ph.D. and lead teams of researchers seeking medicines, vaccines, and cures for difficult illnesses.
Diana is a graduating Romeoville High School senior. She intends to study Nursing at Millikin University in the fall. Diana's inspiration to become a nurse was developed through personal experiences with nurses as a child.
Elizabeth is a graduating Romeoville High School senior. She intends to study Nursing at Marian University in the fall. Nursing came as an easy decision for Elizabeth with her caring personality.
Dorcas is a graduating Romeoville High School senior. She intends to study Pre-Medicine at the University of Iowa in the fall. Dorcas's goal of becoming a pediatrician and performing research on childhood cancer is driven by his wish for children to grow up healthy and without worry.
Police from Romeoville and other agencies in Will County work closely with the Will County Children's Advocacy Center staff. The WCCAC provides hope, healing, and justice for children (and non-offending family members) who have endured physical and sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, child pornography, neglect, and exposure to violence. Our Lodge is thankful for their service, and returned the support by making a $1,000. donation.
For more information about the WCCAC, or to make a donation of your own, please visit their website.
Reza is a Romeoville Emergency Management Agency volunteer.