Senators Singer, Kean & Assemblyman Rible Given Tour Of Schools, Meet With Lakewood First Aid

PHOTOS: Senator Singer, Senator Kean and Assemblyman Rible were given a tour of several schools around town today, introducing Kean and Rible to the various institutions. The tour, arranged by the Lakewood Shopper, took the team to Bais Pinchos, the Special Children’s Center, SCHI and others.

At Bais Pinchos, the three also met with members of Lakewood First Aid.

The three are running together on the Republican ticket.

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  1. Mr. Singer did you forget there are public schools in Lakewood. Remember you got your start in Lakewood. I’ve voted for you from the beginning but not this year.

  2. I have a question, who says that they hav not visited the Lakewood School? Just because you do not see a photo on this site or in the newspaper, don’t think that they have not visited the schools. Maybe they have, maybe they have not. There is only one choice here. I will be supporting Singer, Kean and Rible and so should the rest of our community. I will work hard every day until the election to get out the vote and encourage my fellow residents and friend to support these fine men.

  3. They schools they visited were intended for special needs kids. Of course they didn’t Forget about the public schools. However this tour was intended for the special needs schools.

  4. The public school doesn’t allow candidates to come into the school and if u remember last year they even threatend to arrest them! That’s why they didn’t go to public schools!

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