29 Jan

City of Glen Cove Recognizes Glen Cove Explorer Mason Kletter`

Mason Kletter

Aspiring Fireman installed as 1st Vice President of the Nassau County Junior Fire Association

Glen Cove, NY, January 29, 2018 … Mason Kletter, a two-time Camp Fahrenheit Participant and former 2017 Nassau County Junior Fire Association Treasurer, has been installed as the 1st Vice President of the Nassau County Junior Fire Association.  To acknowledge Mason’s accomplishment, Mayor Timothy Tenke and the Glen Cove City Council presented Mason with a special certificate of recognition.  “It is our honor to recognize a young man who has his sights set on helping his community as a future fire fighter,” said Mayor Tenke.  “Congratulations on your new leadership position with the Nassau County Junior Fire Association and we wish you continued success on pursuing your goal.”

Mason became a member of the Nassau County Junior Fire Association in 2014, where he learned firefighting skills and techniques.  With aspirations to become to become a firefighter himself one day, he looks forward to attending the University of New Haven this fall to study Fire Science.

 

Pictured: (L to R)

Front row – Glen Cove Mayor Timothy Tenke and Mason Kletter

Back row – Councilmen Joseph Capobianco, Michael Zangari, Nick DiLeo Jr., Kevin Maccarone, Councilwomen Pamela Panzenbeck and Marsha Silverman.