The annual Clinton Police Honor Guard fundraiser is returning this year and will be celebrated on the anniversary of the death of former Chief Fred Pasovets.
Chief Pasovets died on March 22, 2021 at the age of 64 from complications of COVID-19. The 41-year-old law enforcement officer for 14 years was the head of the Clinton Police Department and was the county police chief with the longest tenure.
The Spaghetti Dinner, which has been canceled the past two years due to a pandemic, serves to raise funds to support the Department of Honor’s trip to Washington, D.C., for Police Remembrance Week in May.
“This event is our annual fundraiser for our self-funded unit,” Lieutenant Mikhail Vasilovsky, the head of the Honor Guard, said in an e-mail. “But we will have a segment within the dinner dedicated to Chief Pasovets.”
A spaghetti dinner at the Mirage Banquet Center is usually attended by over 600 people. Many of them are friends and relatives of city police officers, but others are permanent residents who want to support the local police department, organizers said.
There will be raffles of different gift baskets and a 50/50 raffle.
Clinton’s Honor Guard – with more than 25 years of service, the longest-serving unit in Macomb County – is regularly awarded key assignments at the National Memorial to Law Enforcement Officers in Washington, D.C., including the annual wreath-laying ceremony. National ceremony.
Dinner will take place from 4pm to 8pm on Tuesday, March 22, at the Mirage Banquet Center, 16980, 18 Mile Road (east of Garfield Road), Clinton. Admission is $ 10 for adults, $ 7 for seniors, $ 5 for children ages 6-12, and children under 5 eat for free.
For more information, call 586-493-7870 or email Captain Anthony Coppola at email@example.com. Tickets can also be purchased 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the Clinton Police Department, 37985 Groesbeck Highway.
Checks can be paid to the Clinton Police Honor Guard.