“Its pretty bad when even your traffic cones give up from the heat”, Crossing Guard Andrew Howard wrote near this photo he took today which he posted on his social media page. But Howard, a crossing guard in the Madison Avenue area says he’s very thankful for the kindness the community has extended to him in this extreme weather.
“I’d like to thank all for the bottles of water and cans of soda the last few days”, Andrew says.
Mi keamcha Yisroel!!!!!
Andrew is the man. He takes control of one of the most difficult intersection in town day in and day out. No matter if there’s rain, snow, freezing or swelltering heat.
Thanks to Andrew for watching the children, and doing his best to make sure that they arrive in school and back home as safe as possible.
Andrew is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
These are the heartwarming kind of posts that do us proud.
Andy you the best.
Our c.g. has the coolest blue shades.
which section of town does he work at?
Andrew’s the most conscientious and caring crossing guard in town. No matter what the weather, he’s always on duty, crossing young and old, with a smile on his face.
Finally an article that doesn’t make feel bad for being part of the community
You Jewish people are so considerate and kind. I would gladly have brought water for crossing guards and things like that, but it just never occurred to me.
thanks to all those who made a kiddush hashem
There are other crossing guards in the area that are very unprofessional and literally half asleep.
They should be replaced with guys like this.
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