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Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol’s Annual Benefit Honored the All-Volunteer Organization

The Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol’s annual benefit on April 23 at Greenwich Country Day School honored the commitment and dedication of the all-volunteer organization’s emergency services. The evening recognized two individuals for their outstanding contributions: Greenwich resident Paul B. Hicks III received the Chief’s Award, given to honor an individual’s volunteer services, and Captain W. Christian Andersen achieved the Length of Service Award for his 20 years with CCFPP. Two hundred partygoers enjoyed dinner and cocktails and danced to the melodies of the Merlin Band. CCFPP has been operating in the Greenwich, CT community since 1927, providing services that include traffic operations, scene control in emergencies, salvage and support functions to the fire department. Last year, the nonprofit responded to more than 1,000 calls in Greenwich.

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Photographs by Elaine Ubina

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