The 1st annual Rocco "Rocky" Teta memorial golf tournament was held at Shorewood Country Club. Lt. Mark Timmerman and Det. Scott Korzenski presented a check from the proceeds of the tournament to representatives of the Youth Golf program at Shorewood country Club. Representatives were Nancy Ringler, Carol Bleck, Susan Genovese and Susan Teta. Missing from photo was Mary Rita Murphy.
Dunkirk police would like to thank the following for their generous contributions to the tournament: One Stop, Add Lumber, Ellmans Garage, Nichols Garage, Dunn Tire, Northern Chautauqua Conservation Club, Fourth Ward Falcon Club, Moniuszko Club, Kosciuszko Club, Exempts Club, Kirks Jewelers, Walmart, and Wing City.
The Dunkirk Police Benevolent Association recently presented checks to the Chautauqua County Veterans Endowment Fund and Chautauqua County Home Activities for the purchase of presents during the holiday season. Pictured from left are: Dave Pleszewski (PBA Sergeant at Arms), Jim Hurley, Troy Smith (Chautauqua County Veterans Service Agency), Linda Chase (Chautauqua County Home) and Mark Gruber (PBA President).
On behalf of the membership of the Dunkirk Police Benevolent Association, Dunkirk PBA President Mark Gruber and Trustee Mark Mathews presented checks to local charities for the holiday season. Donation checks were presented to representatives of the Salvation Army and the Chautauqua County Chapter of the Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots. These donations are just part of what the Dunkirk Police Benevolent Association does to support the local community and the citizens they serve. Left to right: Salvation Army Captain Lenny Wacenske, PBA Trustee Mathews and PBA President Gruber.