CELEBRATING GREEK HERITAGE
City Hall, New York City
Captain Angelo J. Maroulis, Commanding Officer of
the Auxiliary Police Section, New York City Police Department, was presented with an award in celebration of Greek Heritage. Captain Maroulis was one of five honorees who were presented with awards
by the Comptroller of the City of New York, the Honorable Alan G. Hevesi. The ceremony was held in the Public Hearing Room in City Hall on March 29, 2000. The honorees were all outstanding examples
of citizens of Greek heritage who were feted by Mr. Hevesi at City Hall. The keynote address was given by the New York Emmy Award-winning Television News Anchor Ernie Anastos. Mr. Anastos currently
hosts the 10 PM news on WWOR-TV.
Commanding Officer of the Auxiliary Police Section of the NYPD, Captain Maroulis commands the nations' largest volunteer uniformed crime prevention program. He joined the NYPD in 1967.
He has also served as the Executive Officer of the 6th Precinct in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan. He is the past president of the St. Paul's Society,
which represents Hellenic-Americans and Eastern Orthodox members of the NYPD,
My thanks to Eric Wollman, Auxiliary Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York for the invitation to the Greek Heritage Night. Eric also paid me the honor
of hosting me on the TV show "SECOND TO NONE". The show is broadcast over Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) on Channels 16 and 67 every other Sunday.
The show is also broadcast over Brooklyn Community TV, Channels 34 and 67, and in Queens Public Television, Channels 56. Staten Island Cable Channel 56 will also carry the broadcasts in the future.
The show has featured such noted persons as former Police Commissioner William Bratton, former Chief of Patrol, and now Commissioner of NYC DOT Wilbur
Chapman, Joseph Occhipinti, President of the National Police Defense Foundation, and John Dunleavy.
For times and upcoming scheduled guests on the show visit the SECOND TO NONE
website, just click on this website address:
Copyright © 2000 Edward D. Reuss
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