CPD Officers Serve Easter Breakfast at Ronald McDonald House

CPD Officers Help Serve Easter Breakfast at Ronald McDonald House, Easter Sunday 2014: Members of the Cleveland Division of Police donated their time to cook and serve breakfast to 46 families staying away from home while their children were in area hospital. Joining Dr. Mandeep Bhargava and his family (in no set order) are Captain Keith Sulzer, Cleveland Police Foundation Liaison Officer who organized the activity; Sgt. Ali Pillow (Chief’s Office) and his wife Cassie, PO Tim Riley (Community Policing) and his wife, Sgt. Kristin Riley (1st District), PO Tim Maffo-Judd (2nd District) and CPD Police Academy Recruits Mark Harper, Paul Swisher, Seamus Szucs, and Matt Szucs. Also joining in this random act of kindness were 2nd District Community Relations Committee members Rose Roy, Bob Shores and Alice Wegrocki (CPD 2nd District- Retired).

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The Bureau of Community Policing, cadets from the police academy, members of the Second District Community Relations Committee and a host of others came together to volunteer their time to prepare a breakfast for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald house on Easter Sunday.

The Bureau of Community Policing, cadets from the police academy, members of the Second District Community Relations Committee and a host of others came together to volunteer their time to prepare a breakfast for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald house on Easter Sunday.

 


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