LLEGO Boston Hosts Breakfast to Benefit Boys and Girls Club

Saturday, March 30, 2019 - 9:00am

The Latino Law Enforcement Group of Boston (LLEGO Boston) presents a COMMUNITY BREAKFAST to benefit the Berkshire Partners Blue Hill Boys & Girls Club on Saturday; March 30, 2019 from 9am to 11am. The Blue Hill Club located at 15 Talbot Avenue in Dorchester services 300 children daily. These children are from low income families that benefit from the Blue Hill Club’s commitment to transforming lives. In partnership with the Boston Police District B-3 station, the proceeds from the breakfast benefits the many programs that the Blue Hill Club provides.

Special guest speakers for the community breakfast include Boston Police Commissioner Willie Gross and Dan Lebowicz. Commissioner Gross is the first person of color to lead the Boston Police Department. In his tenure thus far, Boston has seen a steady decrease in crime. Mr. Dan Lebowicz is the Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Sports in Society at Northeastern University. Under his leadership, the Center has led discussion on Domestic Violence on a national level. He has appeared on ESPN and other major networks discussing many topics that affect our everyday lives.

LLEGO Boston consists of 200 members from emergency response professions. Their goal of community engagement has been a priority since their inception in 2017. ”Our mission is to unite the knowledge and experience of Latino Boston Police Officers to promote diversity in law enforcement by furthering partnerships with the community through recruitment, education, and trust.”

Tickets for the breakfast are $20.00 per person or $200.00 per table. To purchase tickets, a table or to donate, please contact Ms. Shari Maestre at the Blue Hill Club (smaestre@bgcb.org) or Officer Pele James, 617-343-4717.