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  • 11 Jan 2011 10:01 PM | Anonymous

    President Don Lupo

    Dear Fellow Alumni,

    2011 promises to be a great year for the Birmingham-Huntsville Chapter of the FBICAAA.  You have elected a slate of officers that are committed to working, having fun and growing the organization.  The Executive Board has met and promises to engage each of you and tap your expertise.  When called upon, be like the soldier in Glory that was asked, “Who will pick up the Flag and carry it into the fort if this man shall fall,” and say, “I will.”


    SAC Patrick Maley and COS Paul Daymond are going to offer support as they have in the past. However, this is our group and we will be what we make of it. We have an opportunity to have a great year. I promise to do my share.  It was cool to get to go through the class in 2005. We had a great class. Then I found out there was something after the class called the FBICAAA. I joined and now am the newly elected President. We are going to ask you to join if you haven’t; and if you have, we are going to ask you to help us recruit new members.


    Last year we participated in several outstanding events. We will again participate in National Night Out, Be Ready Day, Range Day, and a trip to FBI Headquarters. We are represented in the national organization by our Past President, Heather White.  Heather is the regional Vice President of the FBINCAAA. With the leadership of the Board, we will take on some new events as well for 2011.


    In Heather’s year-end message, there were words like momentum, commitment, strength, opportunity, leadership and service.  Let us take those words to heart.  Let us be a part of “Making the Nation Safer Together.”


    Sincerely and Thank You,

    Don Lupo

  • 31 Dec 2010 5:58 PM | Anonymous

    President Heather White

    Dear Fellow Alumni,

    It has been an honor to serve as president of this organization for the past year.  I am indebted to the outgoing officers and board of directors for their time and expertise, and to the committee chairs for their enthusiasm for the initiatives that we have undertaken this year.  But above all, I am grateful to SAC Pat Maley and COS Paul Daymond, whose unwavering support made all of our activities and outreach programs possible.

    This has been a year of building friendships and strengthening relationships with fellow alumni and with the outstanding agents and personnel of the FBI as we worked together to serve our community.  As the year draws to a close, I would like to take a moment to reflect on what we have accomplished in the last twelve months.

    We have had a busy and productive year:  the Alumni participated in our first Range Day, distributed Child ID kits at National Night Out and Be Ready Day, sponsored Citizens Academy classes in Huntsville and Birmingham, held events in Huntsville and Birmingham featuring special speakers, kicked off our sponsorship of the FBI-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) program, contributed to the National Law Enforcement Museum building fund, and embarked on our second annual Alumni Field Trip to the FBI Training Academy and FBIHQ.  If you weren't able to participate in these events, I encourage you to visit our
    photo gallery to see what you missed!

    The coming year promises to build on this momentum.  The newly-elected officers and board of directors are committed to strengthening the organization, but their success is dependent on your involvement.  There are many opportunities on the horizon for leadership and service and I hope that you will consider ways that you can get involved in the new year.

    Heather White

    P.S.  Click here to review the officers and board for 2011.

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