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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Councilor Mapp distributes 150 Thanksgiving turkeys in wake of Sandy


Ward 3 Councilor Adrian Mapp, wife Amelia and daughter Aiyesha
distributed 150 Thanksgiving turkeys this past Sunday.

Adrian and Amelia with Flor Gonzalez of the Latin American Coalition,
which received turkeys for the Hispanic community.
 

The crew (left to right): Aiyesha Mapp, Rick Smiley, Adrian Mapp,
Rebecca Williams, Amelia Mapp and Vernoica Taylor.

Plainfield councilor Adrian Mapp distributed 150 turkeys for Thanksgiving in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

The turkeys were distributed by the councilor and his wife Amelia and daughter Aiyesha this past Sunday.


The frozen turkeys were transported to the various points of distribution by a team of volunteers that included Councilor Rebecca Williams, Veronica Taylor and Rick Smiley.


Distributions were made at all the senior residences (Richmond Towers, Tower West, Covenant Manor and Cedarbook Towers) as well as to residents of the 4th Ward.



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    1 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    While all pictured are wonderful citizens, I must say that Rebecca and Adrian truly live their committment to the community and are the role models for civil servants.

    Blessings to all in Plainfield, especially to Adrian and Rebecca and their families.