Clothing Items Now Available
Our PBA has recently purchased a large variety of WPD and PBA clothing items which are now available for sale. You can view these items in the PBA display case located on the first level at police headquarters. In addition you will soon be able to view these items and purchase them directly on our website. The items available for sale include:
A variety of WPD T-shirts - $10
(Available in Olive/Grey/Navy/Pink/Purple)
WPD fitted baseball hat (Navy) - $20
WPD V-neck pullover (Navy) - $40
WPD Nike Dry-fit polo’s (White/Green/Blue) - $35
WPD Hooded jacket (Black) - $50
WPBA T-shirt (Grey) - $10
“Fighting for Fred” T-Shirt - $20
“Fighting for Fred” Long sleeve T-Shirt - $25
(All proceeds for these items go directly to Fred Schapp)
Anyone interested in purchasing any of these items please contact any of your PBA Board Members for more information. All of the proceeds from our clothing sales will assist the PBA in continuing to host our events and will help assist, as appropriate, our members in need.
If there is any item not currently available that you would like to purchase, please contact a PBA Board Member to discuss purchasing this item in the future. We always welcome feedback from our members and appreciate your input.
We thank you for your continued support!
First Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament
The Officers and Executive Board members of the W.P.B.A would like to take this time to express our deep appreciation to the membership on the success of the first annual W.P.B.A Wiffle Ball tournament. First and foremost we would like to thank all of the participants for coming out. The competition, sportsmanship, and “smack talking” were all done in the best interest of the games. We would like to congratulate Stan Stasaitis & Joe Costanzo’s team, “Chin Music”, for winning the tournament. Even though no one will even remember that they played on the team. They will go down in Wiffle history as the two cops who played with the two “50 year old ringers.” The Homerun Derby was also won by Stan “Robinson Cano” Stasaitis whose daddy pitched for him as he took the competition with 12 long balls.
We would also like to thank everyone who helped organize the event, volunteer, prepare, and clean up the fields, there are too many to name individually. Without everyone’s help, events like this would not be possible. It was great to see the support of our command staff, as well as our fellow brothers and sisters who weren’t playing, but were in attendance. These events are for all members and their families. The W.P.B.A. board and officers are always looking for new ideas for future events.
Notable mention to:
2nd place team – “The 5 Things” – Which included
3rd place team – “Thunder Buddies” – Which included Kevin Marano &