PHOTOS: 2 new coordinators installed at LCSW breakfast event

On Sunday June 6th, LCSW/Shomrim held its pre-summer event at a beautiful waterfront location in Ocean County Park.  

The event had the attendance of the Ocean County SheriffMastronardy, Lakewood Mayor Coles, Committeeman Akerman, Police Chief Greg Meyer as well as rank and file members of the Lakewood Police Department, representing some of the law enforcement leaders that LCSW works with daily to maintain the safety and keep the quality of life in Lakewood.

At the event, many LCSW teams and officers with special roles were acknowledged, including its state recognized, highly trained Search & Rescue Team and its one of a kind Shabbos Team (responded to 1189 calls over yomtov). To meet the tremendous needs of the organization, two highly qualified LCSW members were promoted to position of Coordinator, Mr. Ari Gruenzweig (Unit 110) and Mr. Yisroel Friedman (Unit 109).

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[Press Release]


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There are 1 Comments to "PHOTOS: 2 new coordinators installed at LCSW breakfast event"

  • Rachel says:

    LCSW does very important work for the community and it’s noce that you report on their increasing professionalism… but, while I understand why you’re reluctant to include a picture of a woman, it would have beenmist appropriate to mention in the article the formal installation of Elisheva Ryp as LCSW’s on-call social worker. As a Licensed Certified Social Worker in NU & NJ she has actually been serrving in that capacity for a number of years, responding as needed in times of crisis.
    It would be nice to acknowledge that women also serve the klal.