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Collected books for the Boys and Girls Club of Newark, New Jersey
04/19/2017
Newark, NJ
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When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees heard the Boys and Girls Club of Newark needed help with its new K-8 Literacy Program, they led a multiagency effort to build a library of 2,750 books for the children of New Jersey.

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ERO Newark Field Office Director John Tsoukaris (left) pictured with HSI Newark Special Agent in Charge Terence Opiola in the Robert Williams Conference Room of HSI SAC Newark offices
04/19/2017
Newark, NJ
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When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees heard the Boys and Girls Club of Newark needed help with its new K-8 Literacy Program, they led a multiagency effort to build a library of 2,750 books for the children of New Jersey.

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Left to Right: ASAC Michael McCarthy, DSAC Brian Michael, FOD John Tsoukaris, SAC Terence Opiola, DFOD Ruben Perez and DFOD Jose Correa
04/19/2017
Newark, NJ
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When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees heard the Boys and Girls Club of Newark needed help with its new K-8 Literacy Program, they led a multiagency effort to build a library of 2,750 books for the children of New Jersey.