2021 Red, White & Back the Blue
October 16, 2021
A concert event and fundraiser to show our local law enforcement organization!
10/16/2021 8:00 AM
10/16/2021 4:00 PM
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Pasco Backs the Blue is a community organization dedicated to raising funds for the fallen officers in Pasco County.
There will be a rally again this year on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at Gill Dawg in Port Richey! Featuring The Bearded Brothers , Patrick Gibson, and the Never Stop Believing - Journey Tribute Band. Doors open at 2 PM. In addition to raising funds for our two very worthy causes, a canned food drive is being held on-site to help those who benefit from the Volunteer Way. Bring a couple of cans to support our food insecure neighbors and receive a $5.00 coupon to Chocolates by Michelle as a thank you gift for your generosity and benevolence. Tickets are available on Event Brite. Corporate sponsors and vendor table applications are still being accepted, donations for raffle baskets are needed, please contact PascoBacksTheBlue2020@Gmail.com.
All net proceeds will be donated to the Pasco County Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Memorial and Benefit Foundation and Investigation Station, two grass-roots, volunteer-run, local, non-profit organizations. The Pasco County Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Memorial and Benefit Foundation has been working to build a memorial for Pasco, the last County in the state of Florida to have a dedicated space to recognize our law enforcement officers that are hurt or killed in the line of duty. Once the memorial has been completed, all remaining and future funds will be used to help such officers and their families with financial burdens. Investigation Station creates interactive exhibits for children and their caregivers to experience for free, on their own time in Pasco County. They have created three public exhibits to date and have more to come. The current exhibits include a one-mile scaled model of the solar system called From the Sun to Pluto in Starkey Wilderness Park, a traveling STEM exhibit called Kidstruction in the Pasco County Library System and the Water Cycle Splash Pad at the Veterans Memorial Park. A geology of Florida exhibit is in the works for the Cotee River Walk Park in the City of New Port Richey and a flag exhibit promoting patriotism is in the initial stages of creation.