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The 2nd Annual Auto Show at The
225 Amity Road, Woodbridge, CT was held on Saturday,
July 26, 2014. The show started at 10:00am and despite the
threat of afternoon rain, ran until its scheduled time of
2:00pm. A portion of the show's proceeds went to The
Woodbridge “WATCH” Program (Woodbridge Awareness To Crime
and Home Safety). Door
prizes were given out to all the show car participants
along with trophies, which were given to the top 15 judged
vehicles. There was a 50/50 raffle of a 32” large screen
TV for one lucky winner and local food vendors were
present along with a DJ playing all the favorites from the
past and present.
State Police Youth Week
As in years past, the Connecticut State Police and
the American Legion join in a partnership
the annual 'State Police Youth Week'. The event is open to
all 16 and 17 year old high school students within the
state of Connecticut.
Youth week, which is modeled after State Police recruit
training, provides students an opportunity to help them
understand and appreciate the training, duties and
abilities of today’s law enforcement. The training, which
runs for a week, will expose recruits to a variety of
mental and physical challenges including patrol
techniques, use of laser speed measuring equipment,
accident investigation, emergency vehicle driving,
firearms training, and criminal investigation. The
recruits also participate in daily physical conditioning,
daily inspections, drill & ceremony, and 5:15 a.m. reveille.
The week concludes with the Warrior's Path safety &
survival course followed by a Graduation ceremony.
Warrior's Path represents the culmination of all of the
skills and knowledge the recruits learned during the week.
It is designed to emphasize the importance of teamwork and
The 34th Annual Madison Exchange
Independence Day Parade in downtown Madison, Connecticut
was, as always, a big crowd pleaser. The parade theme this
year was “America's
First Responders”. A tribute to all the many Police, Fire
and Emergency Services personnel that instinctively put
their own lives in harms way to help and protect others.
This year’s Annual Independence Day Parade was held on
Saturday, July 5, 2014,
one day behind schedule because of threatening weather by
the season’s first east coast hurricane, Arthur. The
parade proceeded west on Boston Post Road (Route 1) from
Samson Rock Drive to the West Wharf Road and ended at the
Madison Surf Club, a 45-acre beach park overlooking Long
Island Sound. Continued…
The Torrington Police Department held its
annual D.A.R.E Program Car Show on Friday, June 27, 2014.
The event ran from 5:00pm through 9:00pm on Main Street in
front of the Warner Theater in the town’s center. As in
previous years, the show benefits the Torrington Police
Department’s D.A.R.E. program. D.A.R.E., an acronym for
“Drug, Awareness, Resistance, Education”,
teaches students not just that
drugs and alcohol, and not participate in violent
refrain from doing so. D.A.R.E. goes beyond traditional
drug abuse and violence prevention programs. It gives
children the skills needed to recognize and resist the
subtle and overt pressures that cause them to experiment
with drugs or become involved in gangs or violent
activities. One hundred percent of the donations
from the show goes to support the program which is taught
to fifth grade students in Torrington’s four elementary
schools: East School, Forbes School, Southwest School,
Torringford School and Vogel-Wetmore School. The D.A.R.E.
program and D.A.R.E. Car Show have been successively
offered for more than two decades.
On Wednesday, June 30, 2014,
held their 5th Annual Criminal Justice Summer Camp.
The camp is geared towards incoming high school seniors
and juniors interested in the field of criminal justice.
It ran from
on the Albertus Magnus
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. “In real
life, fighting crime is not the same as they show it on
TV?”, asked one of the camp’s students. Officer Ted
Stockmon of the
Connecticut Police Department responded, “No, no it’s
nothing like you see on TV. Solving a crime is about
hard work and perseverance. In real life, crimes don’t
get solved in thirty minutes, like you see on TV”.
Criminal Justice camp is designed to encourage kids who
are interested in law enforcement to think about the
many aspects of the field that are available to them.
Some other topics discussed were: Crime Scene
Evaluation, Ethical Awareness, Police Support Services
Bethany Volunteer Fire
Dept. & Auxiliary 7th Annual Car, Truck
and Bike Show & Garden
Whew! That's a mouth full.
great show presented by Bethany Volunteer Fire
Department this year. The event was held at the old
(Route 63) in
day brought out many antique, vintage and special
interest vehicle owners with their trucks, cars,
motorcycles and even big rigs. The show, which featured
Garden Tractor pulls, started at
with many spectators cheering and supporting their
favorite participants. A wide variety of food and drink
including pulled pork sandwiches, sausage and peppers,
cheeseburgers, hot dogs and even lobster roll delights.
Music, entertainment and commentary were provided by DJ
Aaron Stone. There were plenty of activities for the
whole family including face painting, tattoos and 50/50
raffle. The show was sponsored by Laticrete
International, benefiting the Bethany Volunteer Fire
Department and Auxiliary.
Saturday June 7, 2014, with warm weather and blue skies in
abundance, the 3rd Annual Plainville Wings & Wheels Fly-in
and Car Show took place.
As in years past, the event
took place at the Robertson Airport, 62 Johnson Avenue,
Plainville, Connecticut. The show was a non-judged event
with many vintage and special interest show cars,
aviation exhibits, aircraft
and helicopters rides, live bands, children's face painting,
bounce houses, local vendors, great food and more.
This year the Plainville Wings and Wheels Car Show, a
charity event, benefited the Petit Family Foundation and the
Plainville Community Food Pantry.
The 20th Annual Memorial Weekend Classic Car Showtook
place on Sunday, May 25,2014
situated, as in years past, on the Quinnipiac University Campus in
Hamden, Connecticut. The event is presented by the Connecticut
Classic Chevy Car Club in association with the Hamden Police
Department. All proceeds from the show benefit local area charities.
Over 20 years of organizing the car show have helped to contribute
$575,000 to organizations such as Advocates for Juvenile Diabetes,
the American Heart Association and Multiple Sclerosis charities.
Donations are collected through entrance fees, participant
registration and the show's major car sponsors such as Partyka
Chevrolet, Bob Thomas Ford and Mauro Motors.
More than 700 pre-1980 cars and trucks were in attendance on Sunday.
Among them were the members of the Eastern Vintage Police Car
Association who displayed their Vintage and Classic Police Vehicles.
At 12:00 noon,
a special ceremony took place with Military Color Guard to honor our
nation’s war heroes. The event also
included live entertainment, food concessions, raffles, and most
importantly, lots of fun. Another great show this year under the
direction of the Connecticut Classic Chevy Car Club in association
with the Hamden Police Department. Continued...