Sparkle 41: A Special Wine Event Supporting Hispanic Police Officers Association
October 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
THIS YEAR, DO NOT WAIT FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE TO BRING OUT THE BUBBLY!
Raise a glass to begin the holiday season in October at Sparkle41 Grand Tasting room.
A full day affair that you do not want to miss.
Sip the most amazing sparkling’s wines from all around the world exclusively selected by our team of sommeliers.
Sparkle41 brings an opportunity for discovery. The beginners can learn more about sparkling, and taste many of them from a comprehensive selection in all varieties, styles, and price ranges.
The wine enthusiasts will enjoy meeting winemakers and experts also ask detailed questions to enhance their knowledge. As an added bonus, will be the opportunity to immediately purchase your favorite selections at a discounted rate during the event.
Everyone gets to enjoy the music, interactive experiences, and shop at wine related accessories boutiques on site.
This year a percentage of the proceeds will benefit the Hispanic Police Officers Association.
Learn more at: https://www.sparkle41.com/
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In 1974 a Human Resources Office was created, and Fermin Reyes was appointed Human Resources Coordinator to assist in the recruitment of Hispanic officers. At the time Hispanic officers represented only 4% of the department’s manpower and less than .20% of the supervisory staff.
On October 29, 1979, the HOA was renamed and incorporated as the Hispanic Police Officers Association or HPOA.
In February 2008, the HPOA added the Hispanic Police Officers Association Foundation, Inc. (HPOAF), which was created under HPOA President William Hernandez. The purpose of this corporation was to defray the expenses of the dependents of fallen police officers and assist in the educational expenses of the members and their dependents.
In July 2008, the HPOA badge with a ribbon above it trademark was registered with the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations. This trademark is now the official insignia of the HPOA and found on all of its correspondence and labels. Since 1974 to the present day, the HPOA has been actively involved in the recruitment of Hispanics, assisting new recruits and their families, in providing career enhancement training to all its members. The HPOA takes a leadership role in the Hispanic communities, and in establishing scholarships for the children of its members. Furthermore, by donating time and money to many charitable community-based organizations.
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