Thanks First Responders!

A wall of names …..

Help us create an online “Thank You” card for any First Responder to see.

Post a picture of an apple pie, hot dog, baseball or other game you are enjoying with your family or friends and show some “good ‘ol flag waving fun!”

Your fun with family, friends and country shows First Responders and health care workers you appreciate the health, safety and security that they provide with their dedication and sacrifice. We lost too many First Responders, Health Care Workers and others to count in 2021 to COVID. 54 Peace Officers in Georgia were lost to all causes. Many EMT’s and Paramedics have quit and feel under appreciated, many other health care workers have left their frontline positions. Lets change that and have some fun as the best way to show our appreciation and say

Thank You!

Take pictures like these of what you are doing on May 15 with friends and family and livestream your fun and vote live at the event. Your fun creates a giant online Thank You card and party for the Giant USA flag that flips over to the “Back The Blue” flag.

This page will not open until “High Noon” on May 15, 2022 so that everybody has a chance to sign it and upload pictures.

Attend a free Picnic & Boat Parade – May 15, 2022

Mary Alice Park, Cumming GA

Peace Officers Day May 15, EMS Week 15-21

If you can’t attend in person you can choose from a list of people livestreaming from the park, boats and home!

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This is a free “community picnic and boat parade”, at Mary Alice Park, Cumming, GA Sunday May 15, 2022 at 10:00 am to 11:15. An event to honor First Responders is followed by a boat parade and a day of fun to celebrate our heroes! (Firefighters day is May 4, but they are included in EMS Week)

For fun during the celebration, a Pirate theme called “Mutiny Against Crime” occurs at a ficticious place called “The Pirate Dive Bar”. There you will find real contests for apple pie, hot dogs, baseball and more being run by lying, cheating pirates who take bribes while trying to steal your booty! You can join in online to see the event, join the teams of live players or score when you catch pirates as you “Mutiny Against Crime”.

You must be logged in (free) for most pages to work correctly.

500 beachballs are thrown into the air after cheers and for “baseball” styled games.

FORSYTH AREA SPORTS TEAMS INC. “The Atlanta Volunteers” would like to thank the above organizations for making our first GIANT FLAG possible. The City of Cumming for allowing us to use Mary Alice Park, Forsyth County gave us a place where our disabled scout troop could meet, Scouts BSA for creating a special charter and support for disabled adults, Aramark for letting us fund raise at the Gwinnett Stripers Baseball stadium, Club Car for giving us vehicles to adapt for disabled adults, Coleman for the supply of inflatable boats, Kroger for monetary support and donations of food and beverage, and most importantly Sherwin Williams for the high tech, amazing paint to create the flag! Special thanks to the 9,000 plus members and donors of the Atlanta Volunteers for making an average of 50 events each year for over 10 years possible.

FORSYTH AREA SPORTS TEAMS EIN 26-0354205 is a  501 (C) 3 is better known as “The Atlanta Volunteers”

Our first giant floating flag!

Atlantavolunteers.org 2645 Pilgrim Mill Circle, Cumming GA 30041 (678) 697-6566 info @ atlantavolunteers . org