49th Pct Clergy Council Hosts Fellowship Banquet

District Attorney Clark graciously accepted her award from pastor Jay Gooding.
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The 49th Precinct Clergy Council saluted several local leaders at its third annual Fellowship Banquet on Thursday, March 7 at Maestro’s Caterers. This year’s honorees were former 49th Precinct commanding officer deputy inspector Thomas Alps; 49th Precinct Community Affairs police officer David Lepore; District Attorney Darcel Clark; Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson; Mohammad Ahmad Jan, NYC Pakistan Independence Day Parade organizer and Sr. Jeanne Hanley, Miracle Revival Temple Church.

Councilman Mark Gjonaj (2nd row, c) and captain Andrew Natiw (back, c), 49th Precinct commanding officer, congratulated this year’s honorees and 49th Precinct Clergy Council members on their accomplishments.
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Yahay Obeid (front, c), Community Board 11 Public Safety Committee chairman and Police Commissioner James O’Neill (back, c) celebrated with 49th Precinct Auxiliary police officers.
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Aleksander Nilaj (l), Albanian American Open Hand Association founder, enjoyed meeting with Police Commissioner O’Neill.
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Irene Estrada welcomed the 49th Precinct’s first commanding officer Bernard DiGregorio to the gala celebration.
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(l-r) Shabbir Gul, Councilman Mark Gjonaj and minister Dr. Alexander Gray.
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