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Public School 38 sings and dances at the Atlantic Avenue LDC Tree Lighting Event. Public School 261 also performed.

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The new Commanding Officer of the 84th Precinct, Captain Maximo Tolentino, addressed the crowd and shared that he has met wonderful people in all corners of the 84th Precinct district and is pleased to be serving our community.

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GUMBO store, winner of “Spirit of the Season” category. At the Tree Lighting event AALDC board member, Eileen Trilli, announced the winners of this year’s Atlantic Avenue Holiday Windows Competition. The winners are Sterling Place, at 363 Atlantic Avenue, for Best Overall; Collier West, at 377a Atlantic Avenue, for Most Elegant; GUMBO, at 493 Atlantic Avenue for Spirit of the Season; and Dig, at 479 Atlantic Avenue, and Jonathan Adler, at 378 Atlantic Avenue, each won an honorable mention.

GUMBO store, winner of “Spirit of the Season” category. At the Tree Lighting event AALDC board member, Eileen Trilli, announced the winners of this year’s Atlantic Avenue Holiday Windows Competition. The winners are Sterling Place, at 363 Atlantic Avenue, for Best Overall; Collier West, at 377a Atlantic Avenue, for Most Elegant; GUMBO, at 493 Atlantic Avenue for Spirit of the Season; and Dig, at 479 Atlantic Avenue, and Jonathan Adler, at 378 Atlantic Avenue, each won an honorable mention.

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During the Atlantic Avenue Tree Lighting event, children listen with great interest as Brooklyn's Borough President Marty Markowitz talks about Hurricane Sandy and gives respect to the diversity of Brooklyn and its various religions.

During the Atlantic Avenue Tree Lighting event, children listen with great interest as Brooklyn’s Borough President Marty Markowitz talks about Hurricane Sandy and gives respect to the diversity of Brooklyn and its various religions.

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In an effort to brighten the holidays of children in local public housing who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy, the AALDC initiated a toys/book drive. Ms. Trilli thanked those who donated gifts of new toys or books and urged others to continue to donate. Gifts, wrapped and marked with intended age and gender, can be dropped off at Councilmember Stephen Levin’s office at 410 Atlantic Avenue between Nevins and Bond Streets in Boerum Hill.

In an effort to brighten the holidays of children in local public housing who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy, the AALDC initiated a toys/book drive. Ms. Trilli thanked those who donated gifts of new toys or books and urged others to continue to donate. Gifts, wrapped and marked with intended age and gender, can be dropped off at Councilmember Stephen Levin’s office at 410 Atlantic Avenue between Nevins and Bond Streets in Boerum Hill.

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Elizabeth Stribling, the President and Founder of Stribling & Associates. Stribling and Con Edison are the sponsors of this year’s AALDC holiday events. On the left is Sue Wolfe, board member of AALDC and past President of the Boerum Hill Association.

Elizabeth Stribling, the President and Founder of Stribling & Associates, attended the AALDC Tree Lighting event. Stribling and Con Edison are the sponsors of this year’s AALDC holiday events. On the left is Sue Wolfe, board member of AALDC and past President of the Boerum Hill Association.

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Children danced, jumped around and sang with the very popular Role Polie Guacamole band! So much fun!

Children danced, jumped around and sang with the popular Role Polie Guacamole band during the Atlantic Avenue LDC Holiday Tree Lighting Event! So much fun!

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