Pols join COJO supporters for Community Breakfast

Brooklyn Currents | 3/24/2014 | 0 comments


An array of local and state elected officials joined hundreds of supporters and friends of the Council of Jewish Organizations for COJO's 35th annual Community  Legislative Breakfast  on Sunday, March 23.

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U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (who arrived immediately after jogging through his old Brooklyn neighborhood), Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, city Comptroller Scott Stringer, and  Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz  and COJO executive director Rabbi Yechezkel Pikus were among the legislators and executives who introduced or received honors at the fundraiser at the Kol Yaakov catering hall in Flatbush.

COJO, headquarted in Midwood,  coordinates a variety of social services for Brooklyn residents. It is supported by the UJA Federation, the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, and several other agencies and government organizations.






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