Beefed-up banquet served up by Sixth’s Finest

Brendan Coughlin and his fellow police officers served up the delicious roast beef. There was also vegetarian fare. Photos by Tequila Minsky

Where’s the beef? Well, it definitely was at the Annual Police Roast Beef Dinner, at the Greenwich House / Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center on Wed., Dec. 13. An admission of $13 got hungry Villagers a hearty meal of roast beef, served by police officers from the Sixth Precinct, plus entertainment by Novac Noury (the former “Arrow Keyboard Man” of Studio 54 fame) and his merry carolers.

Novac Noury, left, and his crew of crooning carolers led the entertainment at the holiday dining extravaganza. 

Detective Jimmy Alberici, of Community Affairs, uncorking the vino for the feast.

To protect and to serve: Police Officer Robert Jackson, from Community Affairs, waiting to help dish out the delectable dinner to community members.

Mixing business with pleasure: Proceeds from the dinner went toward the senior center.

Sweet! Maureen Remacle, president of the Sixth Precinct Community Council, put together goodie bags of treats that everyone got when they left.

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