Join us for “Bowling for Chappie” at Viejas Bowl
Viejas Bowl in conjunction with The San Diego Police Officers Association’s Widows and Orphans Fund will
be hosting a Bowling Night at Viejas Bowl to benefit
Detective James “Chappie” Hunter’s recovery following an off duty
motorcycle resulting in serious injuries, including the loss of his left leg below the knee. Half of all the bowling and prize
proceeds will go to aid Chappie’s recovery.
Bowling For Chappie: Includes food and soft drinks, raffle drawings, and music.
The event is open to the public and welcomes all to participate. Known participants will includeChappie Hunter, active and retired San Diego police officers, and community leaders.
Monday, July 8, 20135 pm to 9 pm
Viejas Bowl5005 Willows RoadAlpine, California 91901
Retired Sgt. Alan Hayward: (619) 504-9355
On the evening of June 16, off-
duty Detective James “Chappie” Hunter was involved in a motorcycle accident in Alpine.
The incident resulted in severe injuries, including the loss of his left leg below the knee and internal injuries, includingsevere muscle detachment within an arm.
The POA has set up a fund with the SDPOA’s Widow’s & Orphan Fund in the
name of Detective Chappie Hunter. Information on how to donate can be found at the bottom of this message.
Chappie is a well-respected Detective who trains officers around the country in Domestic Human Trafficking. He has awife and young son and is currently assigned to sex crimes investigations. Recently, he was part of the team that passedproposition 35, anti-human trafficking legislation, which set the record as the most popular initiative in Californiahistory.
About the San Diego Police Officers Association’s Widows and Orphans Fund
The Widows & Orphans Fund is an important part of the San Diego Police Officers Association. In the tragic event of a
member’s death, the Widows & Orphans Fund provides monetary support to the member’s beneficiary.
The SDPOAWidows & Orphans Fund also provides assistance to our members in the case that they are faced with other tragicevents, such as the loss of a spouse or child.
The San Diego Police Officers Association raises money each year through fundraisers, sponsorships and privatedonations to ensure that the Widows & Orphans Fund is available to support our members and their families in theirgreatest time of need. If you would like to donate to the Widows & Orphans Fund, please contact the POA office at 858-573-1199
. In order to donate to the Detective Chappie Hunter Fund, checks can be made payable to SDPOA and
please be sure to mark “Detective Chappie Hunter” on the memo line.
Donations are tax deductible (Tax ID: 33-0127369) and can be mailed to:
San Diego Police Officers AssociationWidows & Orphans Fund8388 Vickers StreetSan Diego, CA 92111
Any quotes from this advisory are attributable to SDPOA President Brian R. Marvel