North Central Washington Chaplain Foundation (NCWCF) chaplains attended an open-house at Douglas County Fire District #2 Station on October 1st, in East Wenatchee. The NCWCF had an information table at the open-house in which they told visitors to the event about the chaplaincy ministry which serves first responders. Douglas County Fire District #2 is now part of the Wenatchee Valley Fire Department which serves the Wenatchee Valley.
The North Central Washington Chaplain Foundation and the Chelan County Regional Jail Chaplaincy held a joint fund raiser at Grace City Church in Wenatchee on August 7, 2022. Inspirational music was provided by GladSong musical group. The chaplaincy’s divided the donations received and the money will go to funding the chaplain’s programs. Also, the North Central Washington Chaplain Foundation received a $1500 donation from the ‘Guns & Hoses’ (a police and fire department charity). This money will be used to send chaplains to the Washington State Police Chaplain’s Academy.
On March 25, 2022 at approximately 2:30 p.m. Officer Dan Rocha was shot and killed by a suspect at a local Starbucks coffee shop. This was the same day Pierce County Sheriff’s Deputy Calata, who was murdered in the line of duty last week was being laid to rest. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Officer Rocha’s family, friends, and fellow officers at this time. God bless you all.
Pierce County Deputy Dominque “Dom” Calata, 35, died Wednesday at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma. He was shot Tuesday by a suspect during a SWAT operation near Spanaway. He leaves behind a wife and a young son. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Deputy Calata’s family, friends and fellow officers during this time.
A former Alexandria police officer is paying tribute to a slain Lyft driver, Abdul Rauf Khan, who had saved her from a brutal attack in 2017. Abdul was recently murdered by a 17 year old, as he worked his job as a Rideshare driver. Click the above link for the complete story.
A homeless man who jumped into action to rescue a Texas sheriff’s deputy and others from a fiery crash said he wishes he could have done more. Go to the attached link for the rest of the FOX News story.