Picture l-r: Chief Don Bandy, Carl Lambert, and Sgt. James Stinson
GALLATIN POLICE DEPARTMENT HONORED WITH ESGR PATRIOTIC EMPLOYER AWARDS
(Gallatin, TN – October 6, 2014) Police Chief Don Bandy and Police Sergeant James Stinson were each presented the ESGR Patriotic Employer Award by Tennessee ESGR Committee Chair, Carl Lambert. These awards were recommended by their employee and fellow police officer, Shay McBride. Shay is also a Staff Sergeant in the 352nd Military Police Company, Tennessee Army National Guard, and is currently deployed to Afghanistan with his unit. Chief Bandy spoke highly of SSG McBride and his service and he mentioned there were several Gallatin police officers who are serving in National Guard and Reserve employees. “This is a patriotic organization that recognizes the value of hiring Guardsmen and Reservists,” said TN ESGR Committee Chair Carl Lambert, “and we appreciate their support and contributions to our country’s freedom.” Chief Bandy signed the ESGR Statement of Support and will prominently display it at the Gallatin Police Department Headquarters.
Posted on: 6 Oct, 2014
The City of Gallatin, with the assistance of a state grant, has been preserving historic record books for the past few years. The last grant award also allowed the City to create a permanent display of the record books along with a pictorial history of Gallatin. The display, designed by City employees Marianne Mudrak and J.R. Smith, was completed this week and is now available for public viewing in the lobby of City Hall at 132 West Main Street during regular business hours from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Also in the lobby is a display honoring Constitution Month. Read more about “We the People . . .”
Pictured above, Marianne Mudrak, Customer Service Clerk in the Gallatin City Recorder’s Office.
Posted on: 24 Sep, 2014