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Brotherhood Ride 2011: Sendoff Celebration

Participants in the 2011 Brotherhood Ride gather with community members in Golden Gate Estates for a send off celebration on Monday. Firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. The Brotherhood Ride, now in its fourth year, was founded by North Naples Firefighter Jeffrey Morse to honor firefighters and police officers who are killed in the line of duty. Photographed August 15, 2011. Aaron Hale/Staff

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Participants in the 2011 Brotherhood Ride gather with community members in Golden Gate Estates for a send off celebration on Monday. Firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. The Brotherhood Ride, now in its fourth year, was founded by North Naples Firefighter Jeffrey Morse to honor firefighters and police officers who are killed in the line of duty. Photographed August 15, 2011. Aaron Hale/Staff

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  • North Naples firefighters Jack Bills and Luciano DeAndrade bow in prayer during a send-off celebration for the Brotherhood Ride at a Golden Gate Estates community on Monday. On Saturday, firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. The Brotherhood Ride, now in its fourth year, was founded by North Naples Firefighter Jeffrey Morse to honor firefighters and police officers who are killed in the line of duty. Photographed August 15, 2011. Aaron Hale/Staff
  • Richard Mullhorn leads a group of Collier firefighters and law enforcements by bike during a Brotherhood Ride send off celebration in Golden Gate Estates on Monday. Firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. Photographed August 15, 2011. Aaron Hale/Staff
  • Jeffrey Morse, a North Naples firefighter, and other participants of the 2011 Brotherhood Ride salute the American flag during a send-off ceremony in Golden Gate Estates on Monday. On Saturday, firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. The Brotherhood Ride, now in its fourth year, was founded by Morse to honor firefighters and police officers who are killed in the line of duty.  Photographed August 15, 2011. Aaron Hale/Staff
  • Participants in the 2011 Brotherhood Ride gather with community members in Golden Gate Estates for a send off celebration on Monday. Firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. The Brotherhood Ride, now in its fourth year, was founded by North Naples Firefighter Jeffrey Morse to honor firefighters and police officers who are killed in the line of duty. Photographed August 15, 2011. Aaron Hale/Staff

Participants in the 2011 Brotherhood Ride gather with community members in Golden Gate Estates for a sendoff celebration on Monday. Firefighters and law enforcement officers from across the nation will pedal from Naples to New York City in honor of the 411 emergency service workers who died on 9/11 in the line of duty at the World Trade Center.

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