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Thank You for Supporting Rose City History Project

I would like to thank the following for their generous donations to support the Madison Police Department history project: the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Investors Savings Bank Charitable Foundation, Madison Historical Society, Cathie Coultas, Larry Taber, Theresa Kluck, Hilltop Savings Bank, Somerset Hills Savings Bank, Union Center Bank, Madison Forum Club, Paul J. O'Donnell, Jack & Roberta Dunne, Toni DeRosa, Joseph Marts, Lieutenant Vincent D. Carey (retired) and Bob Jennings.

To date $5,050.00 has been raised in an attempt to reach our goal of $25,000.00. Countless people had contributed photographs and artifacts to make this project possible. I would like to extend a sincere thank you to them as well.

Future monetary donations are always welcome and can be sent by mail or dropped off at Madison Police Headquarters, 62 Kings Road, Madison NJ.

Thanks again and have a very safe & happy holiday!

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