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Posted on: December 1, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Saying “thank you” in two different ways....

GFL PD - Zachary Flewelling Retires - 12-1-22 - Photo 1

Glens Falls, New York (December 1, 2022) – Congratulations to Patrol Officer Zachary Flewelling as he was honored earlier today by the Glens Falls Police Benevolent Association (PBA) on his retirement from the City of Glens Falls Police Department.   Officer Flewelling was recognized by the department and presented with a plaque in recognition of his service to the citizens of Glens Falls.

GFL PD - Zachary Flewelling Retires - 12-1-22 - Photo 3

Officer Flewelling served seventeen (17) years with the City of Glens Falls Police Department as a Patrol Officer and is a former recognized "America’s Most Wanted All-Star."  Officer Flewelling is a United States Army Veteran and a retired New York National Guard Drill Sergeant / Staff Sergeant.  On behalf of Chief Jarred Smith and Detective Lieutenant Seth French, the entire Glens Falls Police Department and the City of Glens Falls wish Officer Flewelling nothing but the best regarding his future endeavors upon retirement.

Earlier this week, Police Officers within the City of Glens Falls Police Department raised funds within the department to purchase and donate toys to the Tri-County Marines Toys for Girls and Boys program.  Commander Bob Zink, from the Glens Falls American Legion Post 233 who also organized the Veterans Day Ceremony at Crandall Park last month, represented the Tri-County Marines Toys for Girls and Boys Program.

GFL PD - Toys for Tots - 11-30-22

The City of Glens Falls Police Departments hopes that the toys donated bring joy to several young children that the program supports this Holiday Season.

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