Ryan’s Thanksgiving dinners for needy made possible by PBA Local 252…

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SHPD Detective Chris Rentas (left) and Patrolman Kevin Shouldis present Ryan’s Deli owner Jim Smith with a check for $250.00 from the Police Benevolent Association Local #252 in Seaside Heights. The proceeds will provide 25 free Thanksgiving dinners to needy persons.

Ryan’s Thanksgiving dinners for needy made possible by PBA Local #252: 25 meals will be provided to needy persons this Thanksgiving, and local cops are to thank. PBA Local #252, which represents police officers in Seaside Heights, recently presented a check for $250.00 to Jim Smith, owner of Ryan’s Deli on the Boulevard in Seaside Heights. Ryan’s has distributed 25 vouchers good for a free Thanksgiving Day meal to various persons in need throughout the surrounding community. Presenting the check to Ryan’s were Seaside Heights Detective Cristino Rentas and Patrolman Kevin Shouldis, who is the Local #252 President. Ryan’s owner Jim Smith is also a member of the PBA, but in Berkeley Township, where he is a Detective Sergeant.

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