Hooksett Police Association returns after lengthy absence
The newly re-formed Hooksett Police Association raised money at Saturday's Old Home Day with a dunk tank that allowed the public to send officers, like Muzafer Aku, into the water (BENJAMIN KLEIN PHOTO)
"We put it back together because it is a good way to show fellowship with one another. It also provides us an avenue to give back to the community so that we can be in partnership with them. It is very important that we are both professionally and personally invested in the community," Chief Peter Bartlett said.
According to police officials, Paul Lemire and Peter Bouffard, owners of L&B Construction Management in Hooksett, conceived the tournament.
"We know the hard work and dedication of the people who work in our police department and we just want them to know we support them," Bouffard said in the same statement.
"I am looking forward to the golf tournament. I can guarantee I won't win but I guarantee I will have fun," Bartlett said.
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