Our Neighborhood Watch group would like to publicly thank our local police and fire departments for the outstanding support shown to our local Neighborhood Watch group during the evening of Aug. 7 for the 29th annual National Night Out celebration. That night our local group joined 37 million people in 15,000 communities across the nation celebrating the fact that the neighborhoods watch out for each other, protecting each other's property and lives.
During our three-hour potluck picnic, we had visits from the police K-9 unit, two detectives, the officers in charge of the Neighborhood Watch program, a shiny red fire engine with the accompanying firemen, the fire chief, and the emergency preparedness manager. All of our public servants were so appreciative of our neighborhood group and the partnership between them and us, taking time to talk with us and interact with our kids.
We were thrilled with their fantastic response on our first National Night Out.
Carol and Jerry Boster
Linda and Clint Logan
Co-Block Captains in Pleasanton
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