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On Wednesday, June 24, 2015,AlbertusMagnusCollegeheld their 6th Annual Criminal Justice Summer
Camp. Members 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
3:00 p.m., was located on the Albertus
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.
21st Annual Memorial
Day Weekend Car Show!
annual event held Sunday,
from 10:00am to 4:00pm
is sponsored jointly by the Hamden Police Department
and the Connecticut Classic Chevy Club. The show
featured classic cars, vintage police cars and fire
trucks, food vendors, prizes and a live band playing
an array of contemporary and classical music.
As in previous years, Quinnipiac
University in Hamden, Connecticut, hosted the showon
their beautiful campus,which
was turned into a showcase of classic tributes and
memories. The 21st annual “Memorial Weekend Car Show”
got underway attracting thousands of people. This car
show has become a Hamden tradition every Memorial Day
weekend and it all began approximately 21 years ago. Originators of
the event, George Civitelli and Jack Kennelly,were
both high school buddies who wanted to run a car show
in the Hamden area, basically to raise money for local
charities. “The first year we had about 350 cars and
it’s grown into what you see here today,” said George,
one of the Classic Chevy Club organizers. This year
the event attracted more than 800 cars and roughly
4,000 spectators. Participants from all over the
greater New England area brought
their vintage, classic and special interest vehicles
to the show. “The cars that we get are all top quality
cars and collectively, they are worth millions of
dollars,” George told us. But this car show has also
been a driving force when it comes to giving back.
Over the course of 21 years, it has raised more than
$500,000. Every year the money that’s raised goes to
several local area charities.TheNortheast
Vintage Police Car Associationwhich
has attend this extraordinary show for the last 5
years as a group, brought their Vintage and Classic
Police Vehicles to display. Retired Police Officer
Mike Mangini, one of the E.V.P.C.A. members told us.
“It’s been a terrific venue each and every year that
we have attended. We’ve never been disappointed. It’s
a well run organized event that attracts a lot of
really nice cars, and people. Our group looks forward
to it every year.” Continued...
2015 NORTH HAVEN CONNECTICUT MEMORIAL DAY PARADE!Thousands
of parade attendees and participants gathered Saturday
morning in celebration of our nation’s veterans, past
and present. The parade participants gathered at the
Bailey Middle School and made their way north onto
Maple Avenue where the event gathered applause and
cheers until it concluded on the North Haven Green in
front of the Memorial Town Hall. Leading the parade on
this sun filled day, was the American Legion Color
Guard followed by a large group of WWII veterans of
the United States Army and Navy. Other participants in
the parade included North Haven High School students and their band, The
North Haven girls' softball team, The North Haven
boys' baseball team, and many of North Haven soccer
teams. Various bands and drum corps were also present
playing a variety of colonial and patriotic music. The
bands who attended were, The Landcraft Fife & Drum,
The Stony Creek Fife & Drum, The Marquis of Granby
Fife & Drum, The Gaelic Pipe Band, The Connecticut
Valley Field Music and The Milford Fife & Drum. Also
in attendance were many new and vintage fire trucks
and police cars, including the very popular
"Eastern Vintage Police Car Association" with
their vintage and special interest police vehicles.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro marched along with many of
the North Haven town officials gathering many waves
and applause. It was a beautiful day in May to
celebrate our Country's many veteran heroes.
Lions Club 45th Annual Benefit Car Show took place on
As in years past, the event was held at
the MPI Corporation, SilvermineIndustrial Park,
4 Progress Avenue,
Although the skies were cloudy and the
temperature hovered in the low 50’s throughoutthe morning hours, the car hobbyist participation
and spectator turnout
was strong. Activities included live
refreshments includinghot dogs and hamburgers, sausage and pepper
subs, ice cream, coffee and much more. A 50/50 raffle
was also held. Numerous “People’s Choice” trophies
were awarded to the cars in various categories. Entry
fee was $10 per car, with a portion of the proceeds
to support local charities.
The judged show featured many antique,
custom, stock, hot rod, and classic cars, trucks, and
motorcycles. Members of the Eastern Vintage Police Car
Association were also in attendance with their classic
and special interest police cars.
Fly-In Public Safety Festival Meriden,
The 2014 Meriden Markham Airport Fly-In
and Public Safety Festival was held on Saturday, October
18, 2014 from
213 Evansville Ave.,
The event featured an airplane judging contest, Eagle
I - Stratford Police Search Rescue Helicopter, The Eastern
Vintage Police Car Association with their vintage and
antique police vehicles, Meriden police, fire and ambulance
displays ,food, music, free tethered hot-air balloon rides
and much, much more.Continued...
Columbus Day Parade - North Haven, Connecticut
arrival in theAmericas
happened on October 12, 1492,
552 years ago.
The arrival of
marked the beginning of recorded history in
and opened relations between the
and the rest of the world. On
Sunday October 12, 2014,
Columbus Day was happily celebrated in the Town of North Haven,
Connecticut. The Eastern Vintage Police Car Association was
honored to be invited, and take part in this historic parade.
participants left the
55 Bailey Road
and continued north to
past the Town Hall reviewing stand and Green, then ending
In 2013, the Stephen Siller Tunnel
to Towers Foundation created a traveling exhibit as
a tribute to all those who lives were sacrificed on
September 11, 2001. The 9/11 NEVER FORGET
traveling exhibit is also a tool to educate America’s
youth about the historic events of that took place that
day. The memorial provides an interactive education
and includes artifacts, news and video recording, and
live tours from FDNY heroes. The Stephen Siller Tunnel
to Towers Foundation is committed to ensuring WE
NEVER FORGET and that America’s youth understand
the sacrifice of many on that tragic day. On Monday
September 15, 2014 the rolling exhibit made it's way
to the Brewster High School, in Brewster, NY. The Eastern
Vintage Police Car Association was honored to be asked
to participate in the exhibit's escort.
to the 72nd Annual North Haven Fair
The North Haven Fair, North Haven, CT., completed a
successful four day run Sunday, August 31, 2014 and
attracted over 60,000 visitors, included everything
from live music to exciting rides, tempting food and
animal exhibits and, the Eastern Vintage Police Car
Association was there.