RTC to Host Food Truck Thank You Event for Greenwich Essential Workers

On Wednesday, August 26, Greenwich Republicans  will show their support and give Greenwich public servants who keep resident safe and make Greenwich a wonderful place to live.

“Our law enforcement, safety and security personnel make us all proud with their dedication to duty, and deliver best in class services to our community,” said the RTC in a release. “They hold themselves to the highest standard, and continue to be the benchmark for all peer towns. Each day we witness these fine men and women going about their jobs with dignity and respect for the townspeople they serve.”

Dan Quigley, Chair of the Republican Town Committee, said,  “We wanted to let them know how much we appreciate them, and how much their efforts mean  to us all. Greenwich Republicans will provide lunch for our Police Dept, Fire Dept, and other Town personnel as a gesture of thanks for the incredible jobs they do each and every day.”

Quigley continued by saying, “Their efforts have been especially exemplary in light of the recent storm that inflicted so much damage in our community. It was the unsung heroes of the essential departments that cleared the debris, organized our road traffic, kept our town vehicles moving, and responded to many emergencies.”

Quigley said First Selectman Fred Camillo was all in when he suggested honoring Town workers. 

“I salute Dan Quigley and the RTC for their very kind gesture of recognition of those who are on the front lines during the storm,” Camillo said in the release. “I also suggested that our friends at the tree division, sewer department, and fleet departments should be included, which Dan agreed with wholeheartedly.”

Joey B’s Food Truck will be parked on Bruce Place on Wednesday, August 26 from 12:00 noon to 4:00pm. 

The RTC said the idea is for Joey B’s to provide some great eats for Greenwich’s heroes, and hopefully a small respite from what has been a difficult past few weeks.

“The RTC and Greenwich Republicans stand with our essential workers,” the RTC said in the release.

“They are a key part of the fabric of our community,” he said. “We thank them for their outstanding efforts, and we appreciate their service to our Town.”