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Series: Feeling the Love On the Frontline – June 28, 2020

  • The Lauderhill Police Department and Fire Rescue wished Memorial West First Responder Nurse Beckford a VERY HAPPY Birthday! See her heartfelt reaction here - and try not to cry yourself!

Paula Beckford in her driveway

  • The Police Department celebrated a Broward Estates Elementary School graduation in a drive-by parade on June 1st. The drive-by was coordinated by Latoya Robinson of the school’s SPARKS program!group of people and police officers stand in school courtyard with graduation banner and balloons
  • First responders together congratulated Taravella High School graduate Jeron Gray on June 6th! In the fall Jeron will enroll at UCF, following in the footsteps of his older sisters
  • Lauderhill Police and Fire Departments along with the National Guard wished a Korean War veteran a happy 85thbirthday on June 6th . This was a drive-by salute like never before! 

seated man wearing a “Korean War Veteran” baseball cap beside a standing police officer under a blue umbrella in driveway of a home

  • Our Police and Fire departments warmly applauded Emerson E. Bookal, the son of a longtime Lauderhill employee and resident, for finishing his studies at St. George Medical School in Grenada on June 7th.  Emerson E. Bookal holding his match with University of Central Florida at Ocala Regional in Internal Medicine.
  • As a token of appreciation for being great first responders, Honey Baked Ham donated 37 hearty hams to the Police and Fire Departments! 

police officers and fire fighters receive boxes of honey baked hams outside of police department entrance police officers and fire fighters stand beside fire engine truck in a parking lot with honey baked ham worker and donations

  • Pacifica Forest Trace, one of Lauderhill’s premier assisted living facilities, donated 80 meals to the Lauderhill Police Department!

Police Department officers and Pacifica Forest Trace stand inside conference room holding trays of food

three women from Pacifica Forest Trace stand with Chief Stanley inside Lauderhill Police Department.

  • Jordan Johnson received a drive-by graduation celebration for completing his high school education from Nova High. Mr. Jordan will be enrolling at Broward College this upcoming term! Next year, he plans on transferring to a major university to pursue his football and computer science careers.

Congrats Jordan class of 2020

  • Lauderhill Police Department (LPD) Explorer Jacob Curtis received a special and exciting visit from LPD Chief Stanley and his closest officers upon graduating high school with accolades!

Group of residents and police officers alongside Chief Stanley and Jacob Curtis wearing his graduation cap and cords

We love to celebrate each of you!

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