Thresia Harris, program manager for the Cornerstone PAL, Cornerstone’s Anika Harden, the Action Center’s Darryl Devore, 101 Precinct Council Vice President Denean Ferguson, Fish and Dish’s Enda and Roderick Richards, Daphinie Moore of the Redfern Pharmacy, The Wave’s Miriam Rosenberg, Deputy Inspector Michael Lipetri of the 101 Precinct, and Cornerstone PAL’s Manny Fiallo and Malik Taylor (director) pose for a photo. The Cornerstone PAL, located at Redfern Houses, honored several locals at its beginning of summer barbeque last week. Those recognized on June 24 for their contributions to the organization were Deputy Inspector Michael Lipetri, the commanding officer of the 101 Precinct; Denean Ferguson, the vice president of the 101 Precinct Community Council; Darryl Devore of the Action Center; Alicia Dasilva; Redfern Pharmacy; and Fish and Dish restaurant. Teen of the year was Kamel Wise. The Cornerstone PAL also honored this reporter to receive recognition, for just doing her job.
Manny Fiallo of the Cornerstone PAL presents Deputy Inspector Michael Lipetri of the 101 Precinct with a Certificate of Appreciation for his contributions to the organization.
Parents and staff join this year’s honored mothers – Sabrina Foots, second from right, and Roberta Wilson, front center; and Mother of the Year Tamikia Crawford, third from right.
Manny Fiallo joins The Wave’s Miriam Rosenberg for a photo.