FOP Holiday Party is a Success

Lamya Jaigirdar ('15)/ For Eastside

December 18, 2013

Every year Cherry Hill East partners up with Cherry Hill West to hold an FOP party during the Holiday Season at the Crowne Plaza Hotel for children with special needs such as autism. With over 900 attendees every year from different...

Members dedicate time after school and occasionally at night to create decorations for the holiday party.

FOP Holiday Party Preview

December 11, 2013

East brings holiday cheer to children again through FOP

Meghna Kothari ('15)/ For Eastside

December 11, 2012

Lights being hung up, the smell of hot cocoa, people seeming happier than usual; it is clear that the holidays are coming, filling everyone with good spirit. Students at East participating in FOP have even more to look forward...

FOP meets today, December 7

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside Entertainment editor

December 7, 2010

FOP met in Cafeteria One to prepare posters for their annual holiday party after school on December 7. Members created festive posters for a holiday party that the club hosts each year. This holiday party is a charitable event...

FOP has third meeting

Lindsey DuBoff ('12)/Eastside Opinions Editor

November 16, 2010

The Fraternal Order of Police club held its third meeting for sophomores and seniors today. FOP is a club where students make holiday decorations for a holiday party that is put on in the end of December for a thousand special...

Freshmen and juniors help prepare for FOP’s annual holiday party

Alana Kopelson ('12)/ Eastside Opinions Editor

November 18, 2009

Today, November 18, a Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) meeting was held in Cafeteria 1 after school. This was a meeting solely for  freshmen and juniors from 2:40 to about 3:45 run by the FOP officers and chair people. During...

FOP Holiday Party a success

Devon Braunstein ('10)/Eastside Community Editor

January 3, 2009

Monday, December 22, 2008, Cherry Hill East and West students and staff filled the Crown Plaza Hotel's ballroom, hosting the annual Fraternal Order of Police holiday party for ten local schools of handicap children.  After weeks...