Friday, August 1, 2014

Fairfax County Firefighters to Battle Fire, Smoke, Meat on Sept. 27

Jeffrey Katz, Volunteer Liaison (and occasional squirrel), passes along this event next month: Fairfax County's International Search and Rescue Team will be defending its title in the 4th Annual Women in Homeland Security BBQ Cook-Off.

Fairfax County International Search & Rescue, two-time winners of the WHS BBQ Cook-Off at the 2013 contest. Photo: WHS 2014 BBQ Cook-Off Facebook Page
Fire, smoke, and meat will be involved.

Fairfax County International Search & Rescue's 2013 winning team. Photo: WHS 2014 BBQ Cook-Off Facebook Page
See below for details and support Fairfax County's team!


2014 WHS BBQ Cook-Off Scheduled for September 27!

Join us for the 4th annual Women in Homeland Security BBQ Cook-Off to benefit the ICE Foundation! Over 250 friends and colleagues from all facets of the homeland security join us for great BBQ, live music, kids activities and incredible networking between all of our homeland heroes!
In 2013, teams from the Fairfax County International Search & Rescue, ICE Foundation, Border Patrol Foundation, InfraGard National Capital Members Alliance, National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association, and the Coast Guard Enlisted Association joined us for some amazing BBQ and a spirit of camaraderie in the homeland security community.

WHAT: WHS BBQ COOK-OFF Competition to benefit the ICE Foundation

WHERE: USCG TISCOM, 7323 Telegraph Road Alexandria, VA

WHO: Members of the homeland security community gather for a Cook-Off competition to build the homeland security community, meet one another and raise money for a great cause.

Join us for the latest updates on our WHS BBQ Facebook page! Like us for FREE and get special promotions and event news! Help even more by spreading the news to friends in our community!

REGISTER at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-whs-bbq-cook-off-tickets-12243720297


Joe Loong, volunteer Social Media Specialist for Fairfax County CERT, is an editorial content and community engagement consultant. You can email him at blog@fairfaxcountycert.org

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