A year ago, B-2 Community Service Officer Marie Miller says she was looking for more ways to engage, entertain and interact with the elderly community members living on her district so she came up with the idea of having a tea complete with all sorts of goodies including cookies, finger sandwiches and raffle prizes. Just like last year, this year’s event was a whole lot of fun and a huge success. Those who attended were escorted to their tables and waited on by Boston Police Officers from both District B-2 (Roxbury) and District B-3 (Mattapan). Said Officer Miller, “Last year was great and this year was even better. It’s so important to look out for our elderly community members and holding this event the past couple of years has been a great way for us to reach out and connect with them. I want to thank the Kroc Center for donating the use of their facility and Konditor Meister for donating the cookies.” Special thanks also to Superintendent Lisa Holmes, Superintendent Randall Halstead, Deputy Joe Harris, Officers Al Holden, Izzi Marrero, Cynthia Brewington, Mary Courtney, Jerry Smart, and Kenny Grubbs. Special to thanks to Officer Grubbs who did a masterful job spinning the records and keeping everybody happy.