Author Tommy Coletti presenting the proclamation to the Norwich Mayor’s Lead Councilman and the Assistant Norwich City Manager.
Electric Boat News features Authors Vic Butsch and Tom Coletti for their new book A Journey to the Gallows
Authors Coletti and Butsch received a proclamation from Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy making April 9th, 2015 officially Aaron Dwight Stevens Day. Mayor of the City of Norwich, C.T., Deb Hinchey, scheduled a meeting for the authors to present said proclamation in front of city officials, including Senator Cathy Osten, and the local press.
A Journey to the Gallows Authors, Tommy Coletti (left) and Vic Butsch (right), with Connecticut State Senator Catherine Osten (D-18 District) receiving a certificate for writing this historic novel, as well as the official proclamation of Aaron Dwight Stevens Day; forever known as April 9th, 2015.
Senator Osten has approached the Transportation Committee to rename Route 138 in Lisbon to the Aaron Dwight Stevens Highway. The authors, Coletti and Butsch, have been invited to be in attendance for this historic event.