Kioka Jackson, the president of the 25th Precinct’s Community Council writes:
Good Morning All,
It is my hope that everyone is doing well. Hope you guys are preparing for the Holiday, to purposely spend quality time with family and friends.
We are planning our last meeting of 2022. Yikes! 2022 is coming to an end. We started this year off with a literal bang – with one of our Officers being shot in the head by a stray bullet. We are thankful and lucky that he is alive and well sporting his long beard, still protecting and serving the East Harlem Community. We have so much to be grateful for but yet still so much work to do together to provide a safe community for all. So don’t bail out on me yet. One more meeting this year to go.
Come join us to discuss public safety concerns with not only our Commanding Officer and his team, but also with Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine. Let’s show BP Levine some love and show up in numbers like last month. Riverbend—- STAND UP! Where yall at? Don’t fail me now. LOL! Love yall. Not just my Riverbend people – My East Harlem community Family come out and join us for our last meeting of the year. We will also have a few other guests as well.
Lastly, We are preparing for our Annual Toy Giveaway on December 20th. It will be held at the East River Plaza on 116th and Pleasant. Bring out a young person to receive some Holiday Cheer from the 25th Precinct Collective Body, East River Plaza associates, and friends. There will be some surprise pop up guests there too. Who might it be????? I can’t tell – you have to come out to see. If you would like to volunteer for the event please email me or call me (646-294-3906) If you know me…… Wherever and whenever there is music – I’m going to dance and sing. So if nothing less…. Come out and shake a leg, sing a holiday tune and spread happiness to anyone we grace with our presence.
Follow your dreams………
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