4 MAY 27, 2021 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM
Queens police precincts team up for
car wash fundraiser in Forest Hills
BY ANGÉLICA ACEVEDO
Local police precincts in central
Queens hosted a car wash fundraiser,
bringing together community
members on Saturday, May 22.
The 104th NYPD Precinct, which
patrols Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle
Village and Maspeth, as well as
the 112th Precinct, which patrols
Forest Hills and Rego Park, hosted
a car wash on Saturday morning at
the 112th Precinct, located at 68-40
Austin St. The event was meant to
help collect donations for the NYPD’s
Queens North Law Enforcement Explorer
The Law Enforcement Explorer
Program is meant to provide the
city’s young people with an introduction
to a career in law enforcement
or a related field in the criminal
The 104th and 112th precincts usually
host events to raise funds for the
Councilman Robert Holden attended
the event, and encouraged
The 104th and 112th police precincts hosted a car wash on Saturday, May 22.
Photos courtesy of Councilman Robert Holden
constituents of District 30 to participate
in the day’s activities.
“It was great to see our youth
engage with law enforcement to
serve the community and have fun,”
Holden wrote on a Facebook post.
“The hot dogs grilled by our very
own NYPD 104th Precinct Youth
Coordination Officers Amato and
Bush were delicious!”
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