Calendar to Benefit Families of Fallen Officers

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Sixteen Police Motorcycle Units are Featured in the 2005 Calendar. A Portion of the Proceeds from the Calendar goes to benefit Concerns of Police Survivors. COPS Provides Healing, Love, and Life Renewed for the Surviving Families of Law Enforcement Officers Killed in the Line of Duty.

sale yesterday. The 16-month Calendar features group and individual photographs of police motorcycle units from across the United States and Canada. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Calendar will be donated to Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS).

Concerns of Police Survivors was founded in 1984 to provide healing, love, and life renewed for the surviving families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. It now serves over 13,000 families nationwide with ongoing survivor support, grief counseling, scholarships and retreats.

"Meeting motorcycle officers around the Country was a great experience," said Mark Kopang, the principal photographer and developer of the Calendar. "Although many of the officers joke about getting paid to ride a Harley for work" Kopang continued, "they have a very difficult job. I wanted to give something back to those who have given so much. Our goal is to raise $10,000 for COPS."

The motorcycle squads featured in the 2005 Calendar are from the Police Departments in Atlanta, GA, Boise, ID, Boston, MA, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Las Vegas, NV, Little Rock, AR, Olympia, WA, Oro Valley, AZ, Tulsa, OK, Wichita Falls, TX along with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office, SC, Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Police, TX, Fairfax County Police Department, VA, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), MA, Massachusetts State Police, MA and Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

An affiliate program is also available to provide local police memorials and scholarship funds with an easy way to raise money through their web sites by referring people to buy the Calendar.

The Calendar can be purchased on the web site:


Mark Kopang

MK Media, LLC

Box 601238

Dallas, TX 75360

Phone: (214) 868-1866

Fax Number: (214) 827-5592

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