Chapter California VI was formed in 1987 by a group of seventeen San Diego area law enforcement officers, some retired and some on active duty. We have been chartered since January 1988, making us one of the oldest currently existing Blue Knights® chapters in California. Our members are full-time, part-time and retired law enforcement officers from local, county, state and federal levels.
We are presently one of the largest chapters in the Southwest Conference, with over 40 members on our rolls. Chapter California VI members strive to promote a positive image both of law enforcement and motorcycling. We are active in community service projects, and each year we donate to local charities.
Chapter meetings are held at 0900 on the second Saturday of the month at the Broken Yolk Restaurant, 1851 Garnet Avenue, Pacific Beach, CA. (Unless that is a holiday weekend) After the breakfast and one hour meeting, we go for a ride.
Next Step Service Dogs was founded in 2012 by Sally Montrucchio. The focus of NSSD is to implement a new flagship program to serve military men and women who would benefit from the use of a service dog for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or Military Sexual Trauma (MST), and also for those military men and women who would benefit from a career training service dogs for their fellow warriors.
SeMPer FREY, Inc. dba The Wishes GRANTed Foundation was filed (& therefore, incorporated in the State of Hawaii as a nonprofit Corporation) on JANUARY 8, 2021. As part of this application, review and approval process, the following "Mission Statement" was advanced with conviction and purpose to the State of Hawaii's Dept. of Commerce & Consumer Affairs ("SOH DCCA"), and our nonprofit 'Ohana humbly asks you, our donors & followers & supporters, to enthusiastically EMBRACE OUR MISSION (& Reason for Being) TO HONOR & TO PAY TRIBUTE TO LtCol GRANT V. FREY, USMC (Ret.):
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