Every day police, fire, and military personnel put their lives on the line for all of us civilians regardless of race, creed, color or social standing, allowing us to go about our daily routine without having to worry about outside intrusions, including catastrophic occurrences.
Or at least be comforted to know that should one of those events suddenly happen, trained individuals will run towards the disaster.
So it's only natural I guess for all those public servants to act like a big family when it comes to taking care of their own. The Ice Stars For Wounded Warriors event at the Mullins Center this weekend is a prime example.
Even after an exhausting highly emotional week scouring the streets of Boston for cold blooded killers some of Boston's finest will make their way to Amherst on Friday for the hockey game portion (5:00 PM) of the benefit extravaganza.
Yes police, fire, military and grateful talented members of the general public are all coming together to put on a show. And I'm sure it will top anything Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland came up with back in the day.
All proceeds will be split equally between the Wounded Warrior Project and The One Fund Boston.
Hockey Teams Include:
Boston Police Department Belchertown Police and Fire Department Holyoke Firefighters Franklin County Deputy Sheriffs MAANG Red Legs Mass Fallen Heroes Worcester Fire Department Rhode Island State Police