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National Night Out in the Northeast

From left: The 2nd Police District’s Danielle Walsh, victims assistance officer; Capt. James Kimrey, commander; and Mark Mroz, community relations officer.
Joe Sannutti, president of the Tacony Civic Association, and Inspector Frank Bachmayer, commander of the Northeast Police Division.
From left: Michael Myers, president of the 7th Police District Advisory Council; Joe Staszak, 7th district community relations officer; Capt. Steven O’Brien, commander of the 7th district.
From left: The Block Gives Back’s Tommy Roush, Tom Roush and Amber Allen.

National Night Out took place last week across the Northeast.

The Aug. 2 celebration in the 8th Police District took place outside the police building at Academy and Red Lion roads, with the 8th Police District Advisory Council helping to organize.

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Meanwhile, the 15th Police District event was held in the parking lot of the ShopRite at 5597 Tulip St.

State Rep. Kevin Boyle organized the outing for the 2nd and 7th police districts. That combined event took place in the Fox Chase Elementary School yard.

The events featured food, music, vendors, raffles, giveaways, police, fire and EMS vehicles and personnel and appearances by elected officials and candidates, mascots and Police Explorers.

National Night Out will return on Aug. 1, 2023. ••

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