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Oregon State Police Celebrate 75th AnniversarySalem-News.com
(SALEM) - The Oregon State Police turns "75" on August 1st. During the month, the Oregon State Police Foundation will be hosting anniversary celebrations for active and retired members, their families, and invited guests. "Since August 1, 1931, the Oregon State Police have seen many changes but the spirit and values of the organization has stood the test of time for 75 years," said Superintendent Ronald C. Ruecker. "One thing that hasn't changed during that time is the hallmark of the Oregon State Police – Pride, Loyalty and Dedication." This coming August 1st, Oregon Governor Theodore R. Kulongoski, Oregon State Police Foundation Chair Gerry Frank, and Superintendent Ronald C. Ruecker will be honoring the Department's tradition in service, duty and excellence in the State Capitol Galleria. Active and retired members, their families, and guests have been invited to a 75th Anniversary ceremony. Additional 75th Anniversary celebrations during the month are being scheduled around the state for OSP active and retired members, their families, and invited guests in Newport, Pendleton, Bend, and Medford. Local media will be notified regarding the previous mentioned events.
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