Boston Red Sox and Boston Area Church League Honor District B-3 Community Service Officer Cynthia Brewington: Ask anyone who knows Officer Cynthia Brewington and they'll tell you they weren't surprised to learn that she was recently recognized as one of our city's distinguished community leaders at the 14th Annual Community Fellowship Luncheon hosted by the Boston Red Sox and Boston Area Church League at the Back Bay Hilton Hotel in Boston. Those who know her best say she's one of the most considerate, compassionate and personable police officers in the city and, if there's an event going on in the city designed to make our city a better place, Cynthia's going to be involved. With her sunny disposition and electric smile, Cynthia positively impacts every person she meets and every community event she attends. Throughout the year, she can be found working with community members at churches, senior citizen and youth centers all over the district. More than anything else, she cares about people and making sure the relationship that exits between families and the police officers sworn to protect and serve them is as positive and productive as it can be. Said Brewington: "I'm a people person. I love making a difference in my community and I'm grateful for the opportunity to do what I do everyday as a member of one of the best police departments in the country." Because of her ongoing dedication and devotion to the people who live in the neighborhoods of District B-3, Cynthia Brewington was an easy choice for the Boston Area Church League's Distinguished Community Service Award. And, from all of us here at the BPD to Cynthia - we say: "Thanks for making us all proud."