General's Club

 

 

 

General's Club

The Forty and Eight General's Club was formed in 1973.  Its original purpose was to honor and dignify the profession of law enforcement.  Funds generated by the annual dues in this elite club, underwrite  the expenses of the Outstanding Law Officer of the Year program.  In so doing, the General's Club affords each annual Outstanding Law Officer of the Year award recipient, the opportunity  to attend Promenade Nationale, as a guest of the Forty and Eight.

In recent years, the Club has taken on additional fiscal responsibilities associated with the Americanism Award program.  For nearly 40 years, the General's Club has been a very important and select element within the Forty and Eight.

To print or email the General's Club on-line Nomination for Membership Form click Here

To print or email the General's Club on-line Membership Renewal Form click Here

To print or email the General's Club on-line Paid for Life (PFL) Form click Here

To print or email the General's Club on-line Program Items Order Form click Here

To print the General's Club Annual Promenade Brunch Form click Here