2010-02-26 / Community

100 Precinct CC Hands Out Several Honors

Participants of the youth committee’s chili cook off were handed awards of participation by the committee. Participants of the youth committee’s chili cook off were handed awards of participation by the committee. The 100 Precinct Community Council recognized several honorees including cop of the month and community service awardees at this month’s meeting at The Knights of Columbus Hall.

The council’s youth committee first awarded certificates to the participants of last month’s Chili Cook Off, which was a great success in raising money for the youth committee as well as St. Camillus Special Olympics. The participants awarded, included The Knights Of Columbus, Belle Harbor Steak House, Surfside Bagels, St. John’s Hospital, Snug Harbor Restaurant, Last Stop Gourmet Shop, Irish Circle, Bungalow Bar and Restaurant, Boardwalk Bagels, Fast Break, Tap and Grill and FDNY Engine Companies, 264, 266 and 329.

The council and every Rockaway elected official awarded Rockaway Beach McDonald’s employees, Joann Norris and Keyanna Cobb with community service recognitions for aiding a nine-year-old boy who came into the restaurant on December 12. He was screaming for help due to a deep laceration to his right hand and was losing a lot of blood. The employees helped Sharrief El-Bey, calling his father and 911 while applying direct pressure to the wound. El-Bey began to vomit and started to faint when ambulances arrived and took him to the hospital. The Cop Of the Month award was given to Sergeant George Schwille for making an arrested in a January 13 shooting at a house party inside Carlton Manor.
The 100 Precinct Community Council awarded Cop of The Month to Sergeant George Schwille. The 100 Precinct Community Council awarded Cop of The Month to Sergeant George Schwille.
Joann Norris and Keyanna Cobb are presented community service awards for coming to the aid of Sharrief El-Bey, 9, who was bleeding profusely from his right hand, inside the Rockaway Beach McDonald’s. Joann Norris and Keyanna Cobb are presented community service awards for coming to the aid of Sharrief El-Bey, 9, who was bleeding profusely from his right hand, inside the Rockaway Beach McDonald’s.

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