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Kids line up for Marty Golden’s annual Easter Egg Hunt in Bay Ridge

April 2, 2018 By John Alexander Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Sixty-Eighth Precinct Commanding Officer Robert Conwell, his wife Janice and their family pose with state Sen. Marty Golden. Eagle photos by John Alexander
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A parade of children lined up outside Shore Road Park at 79th Street on Saturday awaiting their turn to run through the field gathering Easter eggs. The sunny, 60-degree temperature was perfect for state Sen. Marty Golden’s annual Easter egg hunt, which began at 2 p.m. and featured prizes, games, face painting, food and activities for the entire family.

Music was provided by Ignacyo Matynia and vendors included Rosie’s Confidence Corner, an organization that promotes personal and social awareness through advocacy, education and self-help resources.

The event was hosted by community leader Chip Cafeiro and attendees included 68th Precinct Commanding Officer Robert Conwell, Detective Harold Kirschner of the 68th Precinct, state Sen. Marty Golden’s Deputy Chief of Staff John Quaglione, Golden’s executive assistant Arlene Rutuelo and real estate representative Victoria DiSalvo.

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“This is a great day for an Easter egg hunt and I especially want to thank my staff and Chip Cafeiro,” Golden told the Brooklyn Eagle. “And special thanks to the ROTC here today, the NYPD, the Parks Department and all of the organizations that get involved and come down here and volunteer for our community. And the weather couldn’t be better.”

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