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Saturday, June 8, 2013

First Patriot's Weekend Concludes Tonight With Music

‘Patriot Weekend’ Continues Saturday In Coudersport

June 8th, 2013
minortomak11Patriot Weekend will continue long into the night Saturday (today, June 8th) at the Millstream Inn, off Rt. 6 in east Coudersport, with numerous vendors, live music, refreshments, games and informational booths. 

Among those attending this morning’s program were retired military officer Jim Minor (left), who chatted with former U.S. Marine Robert Tomak. Minor served the Coudersport Borough Police Department for many years, while Tomak is training to become a police officer. Several organizations combined forces to sponsor the two-day Patriot Weekend.
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Proceeds from a motorcycle run and other events that continue today will be divided among three charitable causes — Wounded Warriors, Make A Wish Foundation and the Project Yellow Ribbon suicide prevention organization. Representatives from each of those groups were on stage this morning during an emotional presentation to raise awareness and thank those who were involved in launching Patriot Weekend, which is designed to be an annual event. 

Senior Judge John Leete (left), who was instrumental in forming a Yellow Ribbon chapter in Potter County, expressed special appreciation to Millstream Inn owner Gary Buchsen (right), who conceived of Patriot Weekend and spearheaded the project with help from several volunteers and organizations.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

So nice to see Jim around Potter County. Keep up the good work judge Leete. You both are an asset to the community. I have found memories of when Coudersport was a much nicer place to live.

Anonymous said...

Nice pictures. Good people! Nice to see a young man looking to become involved in public service. I would like to have copies of these picture for my mother as she knows Mr. Leete, Mr. Buchsen and Mr. Minor. Can you tell me how I can get copies of them?

Anonymous said...

Yes, Jim good to see you. I remember when you ran the police dept. It seemed like it was ran much better then. The dept. has become very mean spirited. Missed the day when the good guys where Good. The countys incarceration rate has gone out the roof. Time they have a changed.