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The Charitable History of BBO
In the end, Franklin Borough Councilman David Fanale simply never showed up. Fanale, who infuriated the law enforcement community when he compared police officers to criminals on his Facebook page, declined to witness a rally attended by more than 200 people — including police from as far away as Seaside Heights — all demanding his ouster.
BBO’s first flower arrangement sent to the family of Corporal Bryon Dickson, EOW 9/12/14.
Troopers Sell Shirts in Honor of Cpl. Dickson, Designed by Widow
BBO’s guest of honor at the inaugural Night To Unite was Detective Steven McDonald.
BBO was proud to produce & donate the Santiago Memorial Stickers to the J.C.P.D hockey team for their helmets.
See the 2018 Walk to Remember As Our Angels Saw It
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