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have nowhere to go and need support and reconnection.
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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 the
North Haven 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, Derby, Middletown,
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. Continued...
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 at10:00 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...
21st Annual Memorial Day Weekend Car
annual event held Sunday,
May 24,2015 from
10:00am to 4:00pmis
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. Officer Ted Stockmon, 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...
The 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 HavenHigh
Schoolstudents and their
band, TheNorth 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.
Columbus Day Parade - North Haven, Connecticut
552 years ago.The
the beginning of recorded history inAmericaand
opened relations between theAmericasand
the rest of the world. OnSunday
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. The parade
participants left theNorth
continued north toChurch
the Town Hall reviewing stand and Green, then ending onBroadway