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Yorktown Masons Donate Emergency Radios to CERT Volunteers

Left to right: Frank Pellegrino (holding Matthew), Steven Ghirardi, Judge Sal Lagonia, Loretta Lagonia (holding a minion), Officer Larry Eidelman, Josh Scribner, Derek Lugo, Rich DeLayo, Brian Tessler, Eric Tiratsuyan. Photo courtesy: Robert DeLayo
Left to right: Frank Pellegrino (holding Matthew), Steven Ghirardi, Judge Sal Lagonia, Loretta Lagonia (holding a minion), Officer Larry Eidelman, Josh Scribner, Derek Lugo, Rich DeLayo, Brian Tessler, Eric Tiratsuyan. Photo courtesy: Robert DeLayo
Members of the Yorktown Masonic Lodge #1154 have donated emergency two-way radios to the Yorktown Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and presented them on Dec. 21. 

The radios will be used to facilitate communication between CERT members during shelter operations and any other emergency situations when the team is mobilized.

Yorktown Public Safety Officer Larry Eidelman thanked the Masons for their contribution to the team and their commitment to the safety and well being of the residents of Yorktown. Along with Officer Eidelman, CERT members Judge Sal Lagonia and Loretta Lagonia were on hand to accept the donation.

Yorktown Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program was created in 2012 and trains volunteers in basic response skills and empowers them to supplement current emergency responders in case of a disaster.

For more information about Yorktown CERT click here.

For more information about Yorktown Masonic Lodge #1154 click here.
Al Morales January 14, 2014 at 04:37 PM
Thank you Masons. Very much appreciated.

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