Brotherhood Ride Coming to Pompano Beach to Honor Firefighter Bill Elliott
Procession will go from Station 24 at 2001 NE 10 Street to Station 61 located at 2121 NW 3rd Avenue
Monday, June 4th
Five years ago, a group of firefighters established The Brotherhood Ride to honor firefighters and police officers killed in the line of duty. The group rides their bicycles through the city or jurisdiction of the individual killed in the line of duty, stopping along the way to honor each fallen hero. The Brotherhood Ride 2012 will be dedicated to eleven fallen heroes of Florida who died in the line of duty. They will ride through the State of Florida in eight days, covering over 550 miles.
Pompano Beach Firefighter Adam Mysiuk will represent the Fire Department and will participate in the entire ride.
On June 4th, the Brotherhood Ride will be coming to Pompano Beach to honor Firefighter Bill Elliott. Pompano Beach Fire Rescue personnel will participate in the Brotherhood Ride by riding along on bicycles with the procession from Station 24 located at 2001 NE 10 Street to Station 61 located at 2121 NW 3rd Avenue where Bill Elliott worked and died. They will be escorted by Pompano Beach Fire Department units from Station 61. The procession will arrive at Station 24 at approximately 12:00 p.m. The procession will then be led from Station 24 to Station 61 where lunch will be provided to all riders and participants.
In four years, the Brotherhood Ride has been able to raise and donate over $118,000 for the families of a public safety officials who died in the line of duty. Fore more information, The Brotherhood Ride website is at http://www.brotherhoodride.com/.