State Police & Bristol Legion to Host Fundraiser for “Youth Week”

Bristol American Legion Post 2 Motorcycle Ride Raised Funds For Youth Week

The Connecticut State Police, in conjunction with the American Legion, run an annual “Youth Week” open to 16 and 17 year old high school students throughout Connecticut.

Youth week is modeled after State Police recruit training and provides students an unique opportunity to gain insight into the training, duties and expectations of CT State Troopers.

Join the American Legion Post 2 Family for a motorcycle poker ride to raise money for funding this worthy program for our youth you are looking toward a career in law enforcement.

100% of the proceeds raised will be issued to the Connecticut State Police/American Legion to “Youth Week”

When: Saturday, May 20.

Where: The American Legion Post 2, 22 Hooker Court, Bristol.

Cost: $20 per rider – $15 per passenger – $10 for lunch only

Details: Registration is 9:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. – Kick Stands Up @ 11:00 a.m.

Run: (55 miles) – 22 Hooker Court – American Legion Thomaston – American Legion Litchfield – American Legion Oakville – American Legion Wolcott – end at American Legion Bristol Hooker Court.

For more information please contact: Patrick M. Kilby, Commander: 860-966-3873 or Joe Nimchek, Sr. 860-221-6557.



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