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News and updated information regarding the active members of
FOP Lodge 132 and surrounding FOP Lodges.

Special Proclamation
2012 National Police Week and Memorial Day
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FOP 132 Candidate at the 2010 Plainfield Jr. Miss Contest.

Our candidate was Amanda Underwood, the daughter of Tim and Sarah Underwood (Tim works in the Media Dept. at the Academy) and she is the granddaughter to Tom and Abby Underwood. Amanda Underwood is pictured above with Officers from the Plainfield Police Department and a Deputy from the Hendricks County Sheriff's Department.



Pictured from left to right are
Jim Tennacour, Skip Tennancour, John Wassen, Tamie Wassen and Officer Steve Sentany with the Brownsburg Police Department and the Hendricks County Fraternal Order of Police. Officer Steve Sentany is presenting a $250.00 check to Tamie and the SCI Hope Fund, a fund of the Hendricks County Community Foundation, to sponsor the SCI Hope Ride which is September 19th. This is the official kick off event for the SCI Hope Fund.

The SCI Hope Fund goal is to let the public know that we would like the community to support this effort to assist the SCI Hope Fund in providing valuable information and resources to those who live with spinal cord injury or have loved ones who do. The SCI Hope Fund is also dedicated to assisting individuals living with spinal cord injury and supporting research to eliminate paralysis.

If you need more information about the SCI Hope Fund, here are contact names and numbers:

Skip and Jim Tennancour 852.0863
John and Tamie Wassen 509.2190


*** FOP 132 NEWS RELEASE ***

Hendricks County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 132 in Plainfield made a donation in the amount of $3,000.00 to Hendricks County Project Lifesaver to Brownsburg Fire Territory Lt. Ryan Miller.

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September 10-11, 2011
9:00 am. to 2:00 p.m.


Hendricks County F.O.P. Lodge #132, Plainfield, Indiana


Match will be held at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Firearm Complex located northwest of the F.O.P. Lodge.  For directions to Academy, check their web site at or call Lodge President David Younce at (317) 837-3274 or
Lt. W.R. Davis
(Retired ILEA) at (812) 522-1387 (home) or (812) 525-9312 (cell).

Door Prizes will be given out each day at 3:00 p.m.
Lodge will be open daily.  $25 entry fee.



Each shooter will shoot two 48 round Semi-Auto Duty Gun matches and two relays of six steel plates. There will be two shooter teams. 48 round Course = 6 @ 3 yd, 12 @ 7 yd line, 12 @ 15 yd line, and 18 @ 25 yd line left, right, kneeling.


The individual awards will consist of the above activities ranking the shooter against other shooters in “Lewis System” class ranking. The shooter will be given a rank for both the plates and 48 round courses and then combine the ranks for their overall individual score.



The team event will be the combined four scores from the teams 48 round courses. If there is a tie, it will be broken by X count. Still tied, cleanest underwear. (1 Hr. of In-Service Training)


Steel Plate Event

The shooter has six plates to knock down as fast as they can x2. The shooter may not use more than twelve rounds on each six-plate relay. The shooter will start when the timer sounds and will be recorded for the last round fired. Plates left standing after twelve rounds will have a five-second penalty for each plate.


P.S. – If you have to ask what is considered a duty gun, look down the next time you are 10-41 and bring that gun.  If you are retired, bring the same kind of “semi-auto” gun you carried when you served or the type of gun your department carries now.  Duty Gun!!


Please play “WELL WITH OTHERS.”


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1st Annunal Members Rummage Sale
September 24, 201

rummage sale

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