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Photo Courtesy RHBA
Photo Courtesy RHBA
Richmond Hill Block Association (RHBA) prepared Thanksgiving dinner for the 102nd Precinct in Richmond Hill.

For the last 25 years, the Richmond Hill Block Association (RHBA) and its board of directors and civilian patrol have been preparing Thanksgiving dinner for the 102nd Precinct in Richmond Hill.

Officers who are on duty have a full dinner with all the trimmings. This event has succeeded in bringing the police closer to the community and the community closer to the police.

This year, the turkey was donated by Key Food and other treats were donated by Manor Deli and Oxford Bakery. Assemblymembers Michael Simanowitz, Michael Miller and David Weprin and City Councilmember Eric Ulrich also helped make the meal possible through their support.

“We want to take this opportunity to thank all those who participated in this effort and the 102nd police precinct for a job well done,” said Simcha Waisman of the RHBA.

 

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