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W. Yarmouth
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THE YPD REMEMBERS

Cape Cod's Fallen 14
United States Army Staff Sergeant Alicia A. Birchett of Mashpee
United States Army Private First Class Paul E. Conlon of Mashpee
United States Navy Captain Gerald F. DeConto of Sandwich
United States Army Sergeant Alexander H. Fuller of Barnstable
United States Army Sergeant Matthew R. Gallagher of Falmouth
United States Navy SEAL Kevin A. Houston of Barnstable
United States Marine Captain Eric A. Jones of Mashpee
United States Marine Private First Class Daniel A.C. McGuire of Mashpee
United States Army Sergeant Matthew A. Pucino of Bourne
United States Army Private First Class Clinton E. Springer II of Bourne
United States Army Sergeant Zachary D. Tellier of Falmouth
United States Army Sergeant Mark R. Vecchione of Eastham
United States Navy Commander Francis T Williams of Sandwich
United States Marine Corporal Nicholas G. Xiarhos of Yarmouth
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"Sunday Traffic Advisory"

Click on the arrow to listen to the Traffic Advisory for the 8th Annual Big Nick's Ride.

The text of the message is below.

Good evening. This is Yarmouth Police Chief Frank Frederickson with an important traffic Advisory. Tomorrow, Sunday July 23rd, the 8th annual “Big Nicks Ride for the Fallen” will take place. The event typically draws over 1,000 motorcycles that ride together in honor of the 14 Cape Cod service men and women that have lost their lives defending our country since September 11th, 2001.
The Ride will start at 10 AM near the entrance of the Bourne National Cemetery and proceed along Rte. 6A though Bourne, Sandwich and Barnstable. Riders are expected to enter Yarmouth on Rte. 6A between 1045 AM and 11 AM. They will continue on Rt.6A and then turn onto Setucket Rd. and then onto North Dennis Rd... After merging onto No. Main St. the ride will turn right onto Regional Ave and then right onto Station Ave. The ride will end at the Dennis Yarmouth Regional High School where there will be food, vendors and entertainment until 2 PM.
Please keep this event in mind as you plan your day.
Many people take this opportunity to line the route of “Big Nicks Ride” to show honor and respect to Cape Coders and other Service men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. If you plan to show your support, please find a safe location along the route that will allow room for your flags, signs and chairs.
I leave you with this special poem:
Tomorrow Cape Cod displays its honor and pride
As 1,000 motorcycles join together for Big Nick’s Ride
It is sobering and sweet to see your flags along the route
They bring strong emotions, tears and respectful salutes
We will not forget the 14 Cape warriors who sacrificed their lives
In order to protect us and allow us to thrive
We thank you Matthew, Gerald , Clint, Alicia, Eric and, Zach
also Dan, Paul, Alex, Francis, Mark and Matt
And of Course there is Nick who is our native son
Who’s’ spirit lives on as strong as the sun.
All gave some and some gave all,
All gave some and some gave all
Please enjoy this very special event and I thank you in advance for your support and cooperation.

United States Army Staff Sergeant Alicia A. Birchett of Mashpee
United States Army Private First Class Paul E. Conlon of Mashpee
United States Navy Captain Gerald F. DeConto of Sandwich
United States Army Sergeant Alexander H. Fuller of Barnstable
United States Army Sergeant Matthew R. Gallagher of Falmouth
United States Navy SEAL Kevin A. Houston of Barnstable
United States Marine Captain Eric A. Jones of Mashpee
United States Marine Private First Class Daniel A.C. McGuire of Mashpee
United States Army Sergeant Matthew A. Pucino of Bourne
United States Army Private First Class Clinton E. Springer II of Bourne
United States Army Sergeant Zachary D. Tellier of Falmouth
United States Army Sergeant Mark R. Vecchione of Eastham
United States Navy Commander Francis T Williams of Sandwich
United States Marine Corporal Nicholas G. Xiarhos of Yarmouth
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"Sunday Traffic Advisory"

Click on the arrow to listen to the Traffic Advisory for the 8th Annual Big Nick's Ride.

The text of the message is below.

Good evening. This is Yarmouth Police Chief Frank Frederickson with an important traffic Advisory. Tomorrow, Sunday July 23rd, the 8th annual “Big Nicks Ride for the Fallen” will take place. The event typically draws over 1,000 motorcycles that ride together in honor of the 14 Cape Cod service men and women that have lost their lives defending our country since September 11th, 2001.
The Ride will start at 10 AM near the entrance of the Bourne National Cemetery and proceed along Rte. 6A though Bourne, Sandwich and Barnstable. Riders are expected to enter Yarmouth on Rte. 6A between 1045 AM and 11 AM. They will continue on Rt.6A and then turn onto Setucket Rd. and then onto North Dennis Rd... After merging onto No. Main St. the ride will turn right onto Regional Ave and then right onto Station Ave. The ride will end at the Dennis Yarmouth Regional High School where there will be food, vendors and entertainment until 2 PM.
Please keep this event in mind as you plan your day.
Many people take this opportunity to line the route of “Big Nicks Ride” to show honor and respect to Cape Coders and other Service men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. If you plan to show your support, please find a safe location along the route that will allow room for your flags, signs and chairs.
I leave you with this special poem:
Tomorrow Cape Cod displays its honor and pride
As 1,000 motorcycles join together for Big Nick’s Ride
It is sobering and sweet to see your flags along the route
They bring strong emotions, tears and respectful salutes
We will not forget the 14 Cape warriors who sacrificed their lives
In order to protect us and allow us to thrive
We thank you Matthew, Gerald , Clint, Alicia, Eric and, Zach
also Dan, Paul, Alex, Francis, Mark and Matt
And of Course there is Nick who is our native son
Who’s’ spirit lives on as strong as the sun.
All gave some and some gave all,
All gave some and some gave all
Please enjoy this very special event and I thank you in advance for your support and cooperation.

United States Army Staff Sergeant Alicia A. Birchett of Mashpee
United States Army Private First Class Paul E. Conlon of Mashpee
United States Navy Captain Gerald F. DeConto of Sandwich
United States Army Sergeant Alexander H. Fuller of Barnstable
United States Army Sergeant Matthew R. Gallagher of Falmouth
United States Navy SEAL Kevin A. Houston of Barnstable
United States Marine Captain Eric A. Jones of Mashpee
United States Marine Private First Class Daniel A.C. McGuire of Mashpee
United States Army Sergeant Matthew A. Pucino of Bourne
United States Army Private First Class Clinton E. Springer II of Bourne
United States Army Sergeant Zachary D. Tellier of Falmouth
United States Army Sergeant Mark R. Vecchione of Eastham
United States Navy Commander Francis T Williams of Sandwich
United States Marine Corporal Nicholas G. Xiarhos of Yarmouth
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Candy Company
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S. Yarmouth
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