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To suitably display the many shoulder patches that the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company has received from various emergency service organizations since 12/14, members of the Chesapeake Beach Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, Inc, of Virginia Beach, Va., have donated two large, custom-made wooden display cases, seen at the rear, to the Sandy Hook volunteer fire company. At presentation ceremonies at the Sandy Hook Firehouse on Riverside Road on Saturday, February 23, were, from left, Sandy Hook Firefighter Richard Conrod, Sandy Hook Firefighter Jim Shpunt, project coordinator Scott Emslie, Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company President Brad Richardson, Chesapeake Beach Captain Brittany Boyce Coutcher, and Chesapeake Beach members Jamie Taylor and Tim Snyder. Ms Coutcher grew up in this area. The people pictured are holding the types of patches that will be displayed in the cases.

Photo: Andrew Gorosko

Besides the many shoulder patches that Sandy Hook volunteer firefighters have received from other emergency units since 12/14, these patches are some of the many other patches that are planned for display in the new cases. 

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