The town’s oath of office ceremony Monday night didn’t just bring Democrats and Republicans together.

Sharing the stage were Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts, police officers and firefighters, and musical groups from Fairfield Warde and Fairfield Ludlowe high schools.

That set the tone for the evening, as First Selectman Mike Tetreau was sworn in for his second four-year term, along with fellow Board of Selectmen members Chris Tymniak and Laurie McArdle.

“The campaign is over,” said Tetreau, a Democrat, after taking the oath from U.S. District Judge Stefan Underhill. “This is the time to bring our town, our community, together.”

There are Republican majorities on the Board of Selectmen, Board of Finance and Representative Town Meeting.

“We are all on the same team,” Tetreau said. “Team Fairfield.”

In his brief remarks, Tetreau mentioned his involvement in Project BEST —Bringing Every Stakeholder Together — sponsored by the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities to find ways to improve the state’s economy.

“No one could tell the parties apart,” Tetreau said. “Democrats or Republicans, it didn’t matter.’

Before the official portion of the evening ended, the first selectman told the audience to “Enjoy tonight. Starting tomorrow, let’s get to work on making Fairfield the best value in town.”

McArdle took her oath from Probate Judge Daniel Caruso, while former state Rep. Catherine Tymniak issued the oath to her son.

Town Clerk Betsy Browne, who was officially sworn in this morning at her office, took the oath again Monday night, and then swore in newly elected members of the Board of Education, Board of Finance, RTM, Town Plan and Zoning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, Board of Assessment Appeals and constables.