J&S Food Pantry, NYPD Community Affairs Bureau Host Senior Fun Day

J&S Caring Food Pantry and the NYPD Community Affairs Bureau provided bagels at the event.
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J&S Caring Food Pantry and NYPD Community Affairs Bureau joined local businesses and volunteers in co-hosting a Free Community Senior Fun Day, on Friday, May 17 at the Classic Community Center. The event featured free health screenings; healthy snacks, pantry bags; information on home safety, support services, health care and community resources; entertainment, raffles, prizes and giveaways.

J&S Caring Food Pantry’s Savitri McCrea (3rd from l) and Jennifer Garib (c) provided commemorative t-shirts to guests.
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Timbale player Julio Perez entertained the crowd.
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Valerie picked up some food during the event.
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(l-r) NYPD Community Affairs Bureau police officers Jonathan Molina, Glenny Rojas and Nick welcomed everyone to the event.
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Ana Hernandez and Paul Mayr, law enforcement liaison, shared important information to guests about the ASPCA’s services.
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Erica Peralta, Downing community liaison, provided educational literature on mental health rehabilitation programs.
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