March 6, 2023
Dear National Academy Associate:
On Friday May 5th, 2023, the New York City Division of NY/Eastern Canada Chapter of the FBINAA will host the first “Shoot of 2023” – The Theodore Roosevelt/Campbell Memorial Shoot will be held at the New York City Police Department’s Outdoor Range at Rodman’s Neck in the Bronx.
The day will begin at 0815 hours with coffee and refreshments in the Urban Tactical Village for sign in, welcoming, and opening remarks at 0900 sharp.
Our guest speakers will be retired Detective Danny Sprague and PBA Manhattan South Financial Secretary P.O. Merritt Reilley of the “Arms Wide Open Foundation.”
Anyone who wishes to participate in the Lt. David Campbell competitive shoot will be able to do so at this event. This year the shoot will be a LIVE fire competition. The range will be available after the presentation for those who would like to shoot. For NYPD members, this shoot will count toward your 2023-1 Cycle qualification.
At the conclusion of the presentation & shoot, we will adjourn for lunch to Artie’s Steak and Seafood, located at 394 City Island Avenue, just over the City Island Bridge. Lunch will begin promptly at 1200 hours and will be a four course meal with five entrées for selection with beer, soda and wine included.
The Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Award will be made at that time, along with 50/50 raffle prizes. Space for the luncheon is LIMTED. So reserve your spot ASAP.
We are expecting a large turnout for this presentation so if you would kindly RSVP by registering on the chapter website, we can arrange for enough room. Anyone wishing to attend just the luncheon; it will begin at 1200 hours and run until about 1430 hours. The cost for the luncheon is $55 for current NAA members in good standing. Delinquent members will be required to pay $85 to cover chapter membership and will be verified at the door.
Anyone just wishing to attend only the presentation and shoot, it will run from 0900-1145 hours.
Joe Del Duca
Joe Del Duca,
Board of Governors NY/Eastern Canada Chapter