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The Seymour Lions
Club’s 46th Annual Benefit Car Show
Seymour Lions Club’s 46th Annual Benefit Car Show was held on
October 18, 2015. The show took place on the grounds of the
Microboard Processing Corporation, 4 Progress Ave., Seymour,
Connecticut. Hundreds of antique, vintage and special interest
vehicles came from all over Connecticut and beyond to
participate in this very special event. The annual event
celebrates our nation’s veterans and their great sacrifice for
our nation. Many spectators came to
admire the numerous classic vehicles and support the event that
honors our military veterans.
Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School Criminal Justice
Program started in the fall of 2014. The Criminal Justice
Program was added to 15 other technical and vocational
programs offered at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High
School. With over 100 years of providing quality education to
students from throughout Western Massachusetts, the school
became the first, and currently only, to offer criminal
justice in the region. Students in the program receive
instruction on a wide variety of topics. They learn about
constitutional law, criminal law, investigative procedure, the
court process, and the role of corrections. Additionally, they
regularly participate in hands on training in defensive
tactics and physical conditioning. Upon completion, students
will be prepared to continue their studies at college or enter
a career in a field that is both demanding and rewarding. On
Sunday, September 27, 2015 the first annual 911 Showcase Car
Show took place on the vocational school grounds. The event
showcased many area police departments and the various law
enforcement equipment used by them.
The 73rd Annual North Haven Fair, North
It was an
outstanding experience for all who came to
the North Haven Fair. The fair started on
Thursday, September 10th and ran until
Sunday the 13th. Despite some of the weather
interruptions, families came to enjoy the
end of summer festivities and experience
everything the fair had to offer. There was
a lot to see including elephants, pony
crafts, carnival rides. Prizes were given for numerous
categories including homegrown vegetables, homemade jams,
crafts and arts. There were non-stop 50/50 raffles throughout
the four day event. Fairgoers were treated to live bands and
entertainment nightly with plenty of food available for the
hungry fair goers to eat and drink. Fresh lemonade, as in
years past, was one of the fair's extraordinary favorites. For
the second year, members of the vintage police car group,
Eastern Vintage Police Car Association, occupied building
number one and were enthusiastically greeted by many of the
fair patrons. The group passed out memorabilia and paper
badges to the eager and excited children, and gave a tour and
history of the police vehicles that were on display for all
the delighted attendees. As always the fair was well received
and appreciated by all who attended. North Haven Police
Officer Ted Stockmon, a member of the Eastern Vintage Police
Car Association, said "The fair is a great venue for our
members to help promote law enforcement history and maintain
positive community relations".
2015 Labor Day Parade!
"Celebrating the Fine Art Of Newtown"
Thousands of people lined the streets at the center of
Newtown, Connecticut to celebrate their Annual Labor Day
Parade on Monday, September 7th. The crowds were eagerly
awaiting the many marching bands, floats, dancers, musicians,
scouts, fire trucks and tractors that were participating in
this year's parade. This year, the
Association also participated
with their members displaying vintage and special interest
police cars. The parade lined up on Main Street and proceeded
down Glover Avenue to the grandstand and big finally on Queen
The 8th Annual Labor Day Weekend North Haven Police
Department Car Show took place on September 6, 2015
was held at North
High School located at 221 Elm Street, North Haven,
Connecticut. Over three hundred show car and truck owners
attended the show from all across the state and New England on
a beautiful sun filled day. The show featured plenty of food,
drinks and ice cream from various vendors including the PBA's
own booth that served hot dogs and hamburgers throughout the
event. A DJ served up all the music including some oldies from
the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. The PBA sponsored a
well-received 50/50 raffle with plenty of door prizes for all.
Numerous trophies were given out to the winners of the many
categories of vintage and classic vehicles. Around 1300hrs
lights and sirens filled the air as a large vintage police car
procession took part in a mock car chase after a “Smokey and
the Bandit” look-a-like Pontiac Firebird. The “low speed”
procession left the high school grounds and entered the nearby
Rt. 40 connector that extends into the Town of Hamden, then
returned back to the high school grounds where they were
received with cheering and applause. Another great show by the
North Haven PBA.
The 9th Annual Sgt.
Jeffrey Boucher Memorial Auto,
Bike and Truck Show!
The 9th Annual Sgt. Jeffrey
Boucher Memorial Auto, Bike and Truck Show
took place on Sunday,
August 23rd 2015. The annual memorial car show is held to
honor the memory of Sgt. Boucher as well as to support the
scholarship fund established in his memory. Jeffrey proudly served
his country as a United States Marine and then went on to serve his
community as a Meriden Connecticut Police Officer before his tragic
death in 2006.
Annual Firefighters Carnival & Parade!
A fundraiser for the North Haven Fire Department, was held on
July 24 through the 26th at
fairgrounds, North Haven,
Connecticut. The event featured amusement rides, games, food
and a firefighter's parade, which took place on Saturday
afternoon, July 25, 2015. The parade began at the Quinnipiac
University Campus, North Haven, and headed down Bassett Road
and Pool Road before entering the North Haven fairgrounds.
North Haven Fire Department personal
pulled their antique 1911 hand drawn hose cart in the parade
grabbing the attention and applause from the many parade
spectators. Fire departments from Southbury,
Groton, Newington, Middlebury, Kent, East Haven and North
Madison also took part in the parade. Miss Connecticut Teen
Kristina McKinney, the daughter of North Haven fire department
volunteer Tony McKinney, took part in the parade riding in her
dad’s convertible, a 2013 Roush Mustang GT. Live music from
area bands could be heard at the fairground, while the crowd
enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs, chili and kielbasa along with
many other fair delights that were offered by the food trucks
and local restaurants.
Connecticut State Police
Academy Youth Week Graduation
The Exchange Club Of Madison, Connecticut
Presents The 36th Annual Independence
Saturday July 4, 2015 Continued...
6th Annual Criminal Justice Summer Camp.
On Wednesday, June
24, 2015, Albertus Magnus College held
their 6th Annual Criminal Justice Summer
of the Eastern Vintage Police Car Association spoke with over 160
future law enforcement and forensic science students. The
Criminal Justice Camp is geared towards incoming high school seniors
and juniors interested in the field of criminal justice. The program,
which started at 10:00 a.m. and
p.m., was located on the Albertus Magnus Campus
Haven, Connecticut. Some of the events of the day included a mock
crime scene investigation, introduction to the K-9 program,
Fingerprinting 101 and eye witness testimonial. Continued...
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