Located just off U.S. Highway 395 in sunny southeastern Washington, historic Connell embodies the best of small town America. With a population of 5,500, this vibrant, progressive community offers a quality of life that is rare today. It’s a place where people know their neighbors, where no one is a stranger, and where the whole community comes out to support the local schools & athletic programs.
Connell Police Department is excited to be part of this project and proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.
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The Cosmopolis Police Department is located along the scenic US Highway 101 in southwest Washington in Grays Harbor County.  The Cosmopolis Police Department provides law enforcement services for a population of 1,547 people and borders the city of Aberdeen and then Hoquiam (populations of 16,462 and 8,500.  
The Cosmopolis Police Department started the Pink Patch Project last year and we were surprised with the wonderful response!  
Officer Tarnowski will be participating in our yearly competition amongst the area law enforcement again this year to raise money for breast cancer awareness!  
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The City of Issaquah is situated in the foothills of the Cascade mountains just east of Seattle and serves a population of 35,000 residents.  Nicknamed Trailhead City, Issaquah is a common destination for recreation seekers, including hikers, boaters and paragliders.  The police department is comprised of forty sworn personnel, fourteen corrections officers eleven dispatchers, and four records staff.  
This year's patch features the return of the Sasquatch.  The City of Issaquah uses the Sasquatch in the #LegendaryIssaquah marketing campaign and the Sasquatch is a frequent visitor and contributor to city events.  
The proceeds from the Pink Patch campaign benefit Footprints of Fight (www.footprintsoffight.org).  Footprints of Fight offers services to families who are starting or in the midst of treatment for pediatric cancer.  
Questions can be directed to Sgt Ryan Raulerson at ryanr@issaquahwa.gov
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