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Poughkeepsie AHEPA Chapter 158 Sponsors Free Lunch for First Responders

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – AHEPA Poughkeepsie Chapter 158 partnered with Smith Street Hot Dogs to offer all first responders in the City of Poughkeepsie a free lunch every day during the week of May 4-8. City police, firefighters, EMS, and the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Department were on hand during the opening day along with City Mayor Rob Rolison and AHEPA President Stephen J. Miller.

In a statement, the Chapter said, “AHEPA believes the most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. The current environment has changed our behavior to others and made our presence more needed now than ever. AHEPA 158, in the spirit of community brotherhood appreciates its first responders, their support for us and AHEPA thanks them for their extraordinary efforts. We are grateful for all of them. Thank you.”

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