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Bristol Borough PBA to Hold Fishing with a Cop Event in May

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May 23 the Bristol Borough Police Benevolent Association will hold its second annual Fishing with a Cop event.   

Vice President for the PBA, Chuck Palmer received support from Bristol officials at Monday nights council meeting when announcing  plans for the initiative.  

The free event is for borough children under 12, with a registration deadline of April 20. 

Fishing will take place at the Bristol Lagoon from 10 am to 12:30 p.m. 

Prizes, snacks and a fishing competition will be part of the community happening. 

The Fishing with a Cop get together was a big success the first time it was held, Borough officials said Monday night. 

Palmer said the PBA, will take contributions of new fishing equipment of any kind to give as prizes or use for the event. 

The PBA will also take support in the form of gift cards to buy fishing supplies from Train Pops Attic on Mill Street or Dicks Sporting Goods.

PBA officials recommended keeping it local by purchasing gift cards from Train Pops Attic since the borough based business is the events largest donor.

Registration forms are available at Bristol Borough Police Department located at 250 Pond Street. 

 

 

 

 

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Bristol Borough PBA to Hold Fishing with a Cop Event in May

Save the date! 

May 23 the Bristol Borough Police Benevolent Association will hold its second annual Fishing with a Cop event.   

Vice President for the PBA, Chuck Palmer received support from Bristol officials at Monday nights council meeting when announcing  plans for the initiative.  

The free event is for borough children under 12, with a registration deadline of April 20. 

Fishing will take place at the Bristol Lagoon from 10 am to 12:30 p.m. 

Prizes, snacks and a fishing competition will be part of the community happening. 

The Fishing with a Cop get together was a big success the first time it was held, Borough officials said Monday night. 

Palmer said the PBA, will take contributions of new fishing equipment of any kind to give as prizes or use for the event. 

The PBA will also take support in the form of gift cards to buy fishing supplies from Train Pops Attic on Mill Street or Dicks Sporting Goods.

PBA officials recommended keeping it local by purchasing gift cards from Train Pops Attic since the borough based business is the events largest donor.

Registration forms are available at Bristol Borough Police Department located at 250 Pond Street. 

 

 

 

 

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