FDNY To Host First Ever Pesach Seder

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The FDNY will reason a initial central Pesach Seder in a 152-year story Thursday, reports the USA Times, and a honoree is a firefighter who was lowered by a wire final month to rescue a male trapped in a blazing building.

Firefighter Andrew Scharf will be respected for his rescue of Ubeaka McKinney, 39, from a third building of 241 Rockaway Ave. in Brooklyn on Mar 5.

Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro, Chief of Department James Leonard, Rabbi Michael Melnicke and members of a Ner Tamid Society are among those approaching to attend a eventuality during a FDNY Headquarters Auditorium during 9 MetroTech Center. The eventuality starts during 3 p.m.

The Ner Tamid Society is a Jewish fraternal organization.

Read more at USA Times.

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