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Choe honored at Flushing breakfast

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John Choe (c.) stands with Pauline Murray (l.) and AL Rankins, President of Concerned African Americans of Flushing. Choe, director of One Flushing, was selected by the CAAF to receive the 2012 “Community Leadership” Award. Photo by Christina Santucci
John Choe (l.) stands beside Miguelina Roman-Acosta, an activist in Flushing, and Alfred Rankins, who was presented with a commendation from the city comptroller's office. Photo by Christina Santucci
(l.-r.) Diane Rankins, Geraldine Forte, Miguelina Roman-Acosta, Sandy Contreras and John Rosario all attend the luncheon. Photo by Christina Santucci

The Concerned African Americans of Flushing (CAAF) held their 21st-annual breakfast at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel in downtown Flushing.

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