2007-08-10 / Community

101 Pct.Pulls Out All the Stops For 'National Night Out'

Photos by Miriam Rosenberg

Police Officer Gregory Lomangino acted as DJ for the 101 Precinct's "National Night Out Against Crime" event, which took place next to the precinct house on Mott Avenue in Far Rockaway this past Tuesday.

As always, the best hamburgers and hot dogs in town are cooked and served by members of the 101 Precinct. As always, the best hamburgers and hot dogs in town are cooked and served by members of the 101 Precinct. Police Officer Lakeisha Smith joins campers from the New Start Sorrentino Center Summer Camp for a photo. Police Officer Lakeisha Smith joins campers from the New Start Sorrentino Center Summer Camp for a photo. Residents, representatives from RDRC and precinct staff members join 101 Precinct commander Captain Brian McMahon, as he is presented with a proclamation from Phillip Goldfeder of the Mayor's Office. Residents, representatives from RDRC and precinct staff members join 101 Precinct commander Captain Brian McMahon, as he is presented with a proclamation from Phillip Goldfeder of the Mayor's Office. Around the shoulders, the neck and the feet - participants used different methods in the hula hoop contest. Around the shoulders, the neck and the feet - participants used different methods in the hula hoop contest. Deposit the ball and see where it lands. Deposit the ball and see where it lands. Everyone gets into the act dancing the Cotton-Eyed Joe. Everyone gets into the act dancing the Cotton-Eyed Joe. Children watch as a young boy has his face painted. Children watch as a young boy has his face painted. Chubby Checker's "The Twist" gets Karima Howard (left), 12, and Eva Thomas (far right) in the mood to party. Chubby Checker's "The Twist" gets Karima Howard (left), 12, and Eva Thomas (far right) in the mood to party. The precinct's executive officer, Captain Matthew Hanrahan; Chief Thomas Dale of Queens South and the 101's commander Captain Brian McMahon chat as children play around them. The precinct's executive officer, Captain Matthew Hanrahan; Chief Thomas Dale of Queens South and the 101's commander Captain Brian McMahon chat as children play around them. Smiling from ear to ear, Christian Rosa, 10, takes the new mountain bike he won for a spin. In another raffle, the precinct gave away several pairs of Mets tickets to the August 8 game at Shea Stadium. Smiling from ear to ear, Christian Rosa, 10, takes the new mountain bike he won for a spin. In another raffle, the precinct gave away several pairs of Mets tickets to the August 8 game at Shea Stadium.

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I think it's great that the NYPD has a DJ - I hear P.O. Gregory Lomangino did a great job helping put this all together! And he knows the music the kids like! GREAT ARTICLE AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
Lorraine Heaney


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