Rahway Police & Local Business Donate Coats To Kids

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Rahway Board of Education member (elect) Tim Dunn, Lt. Anthony DeCarlo, Captain James Connolly, Detective William Eicholz, Rahway District Manager of Operations Ray Candiloro, Rahway Mayor Samson Steinman, Chief of Police John Rodger, Detective Sgt. Dawn Rodger, Rahway Superintendent Edward Yergalonis, Rahway Business Administrator Cherron Rountree, Captain Joseph Simonetti. (Photo courtesy of Rahway Police Department)

Rahway Board of Education member (elect) Tim Dunn, Lt. Anthony DeCarlo, Captain James Connolly, Detective William Eicholz, Rahway District Manager of Operations Ray Candiloro, Rahway Mayor Samson Steinman, Chief of Police John Rodger, Detective Sgt. Dawn Rodger, Rahway Superintendent Edward Yergalonis, Rahway Business Administrator Cherron Rountree, Captain Joseph Simonetti. (Photo courtesy of Rahway Police Department)

RAHWAY – The Rahway Police Department joined forces with a local clothing company in an effort to help keep the children of Rahway warm this winter.

Daron Fashions Inc. generously donated over 125 coats that went directly to less fortunate children in the Rahway community. Members of the Rahway Police Department Detective Bureau reached out to the Rahway school nurses, who helped to identify children in the school system that were truly in need of a warm winter coat. The need this year was much greater than in the past, but Daron Fashions Inc., was able to fulfill their needs entirely.

Rahway Mayor Samson Steinman is proud of this joint effort stating, “This is an opportunity to help people who are struggling on a daily basis. The collaboration between the Rahway Police Department, Daron Fashions, and the Rahway school nurses is a true testament to the strength of our community.”


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