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On July 24, ribbons of blue were placed at Branford Police Department (BPD) and at points along Main Street. Here, BPD Captain Greg Watrous (left) and  Lt. Corriane Dionne (right) greet some of the Banford Blue Ribbon Campaign members as decorations were being placed, including Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign founder/retired BPD Lt. Stan Konesky Jr. and Branford District 5 Representative Carolyn Sires and service dog Victory.

Photo Courtesy Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign

On July 24, ribbons of blue were placed at Branford Police Department (BPD) and at points along Main Street. Here, BPD Captain Greg Watrous (left) and Lt. Corriane Dionne (right) greet some of the Banford Blue Ribbon Campaign members as decorations were being placed, including Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign founder/retired BPD Lt. Stan Konesky Jr. and Branford District 5 Representative Carolyn Sires and service dog Victory. (Photo courtesy Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign )

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On July 24, ribbons of blue were placed on the flagpole on the town green (shown here) at Branford Police Department and at points along Main Street; standing at left is Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign founder/retired Branford Police Lt. Stan Konesky Jr. with Branford District 5 Representative Carolyn Sires and service dog Victory,  who helped a team of Blue Ribbon Campaign members (at right, and back) place the ribbons around town.

Photo Courtesy Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign

On July 24, ribbons of blue were placed on the flagpole on the town green (shown here) at Branford Police Department and at points along Main Street; standing at left is Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign founder/retired Branford Police Lt. Stan Konesky Jr. with Branford District 5 Representative Carolyn Sires and service dog Victory, who helped a team of Blue Ribbon Campaign members (at right, and back) place the ribbons around town. (Photo courtesy Branford Blue Ribbon Campaign )

'Blue Ribbon Campaign' Back in Branford

Published July 25, 2020

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Last year, Branford celebrated its' 375th birthday with the usual events, parades and festivals that make this town such a great place to live!  The town has vibrant cultural events, great restaurants, and varied recreational activites for all town residents to enjoy.

There is one group of people in Branford that serve to ensure that all the residents of Branford can enjoy everything this great town has to offer. That group is the Branford Police Department. Their job is not usually easy and they are not often thanked, but they are always there to improve the quality of life for all of us. After some conversations about all that is happening lately, we came to the realization that many residents would appreciate an opportunity to show support for the outstanding men and women of the Branford Police Department.

We decided that a good way to show our support was to bring back the Blue Ribbon Campaign [founded in 2016]. Residents who wish to show their support for the extraordinary members of our fine Branford Police Department are asked to display a blue ribbon on their mailbox, door, or a tree in their yard. Our hope is that as our Police Officers drive around town during the course of their work shifts, they will be reminded that they are truly appreciated.

 

 


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