Everyone knows to call 911 when there is an emergency. Do you ever stop to think about the people who come to your aid when you dial those three numbers? In the wake of so many tragedies all around the world especially in recent months, we all feel the need to get together to appreciate and celebrate the critical role that firefighters, police officers, and EMS drivers and workers play in our everyday lives. Their dedication and service can often go unnoticed, and Duty Calls is a committee on a mission to ensure that every service man and woman feels appreciated.
Duty Calls Committee
The Duty Calls committee has come together to work with Mayor Ames as well as the City of Beaumont and the Veteran Motorcycle Association to host an event honoring all First Responders. This fantastic event is going to be held on Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 at 6:00 PM at the Julie Rogers Theatre.
Julie Rogers Theatre
The Honoring Our First Responders event will be held at the Julie Rogers Theatre. The Julie Rogers Theatre is located at 765 Pearl Street, in Beaumont, Texas. The Julie Rogers Theatre is a historical Performing Arts Theater that is located in the downtown Beaumont area. It was built in 1928 and once served as the city hall. It is the perfect historical building to hold this particular event.
The Duty Calls event is free. There is no admission price. It is open to the public, allowing anyone to attend to honor the First Responders. They will be specifically honoring the Beaumont police and fire companies as well as EMS, so all First Responders are invited to attend.
The Duty Calls Honoring Our First Responders event has been created to be a fun exciting event that celebrates the lives of the many men and women who dedicate their lives to helping others. It is a free public event that brings awareness to an important cause. Mark your calendars for this amazing community event on March 21st.