East End Celebrates National Night Out Against Crime
Matthew Gordon, from the mayor’s office, presents Community Council President Justin Cauley and 101 Precinct Captain Michael Lipetri with a mayoral proclamation. Photos by Miriam Rosenberg The large crowd danced until the sun went down. Councilman James Sanders Jr. speaks with one of his constituents. Shall we dance? DJs kept the music going. Volunteers helped feed the several hundred people who came out for the event. Jhane Taylor, 5, is surrounded by her family after she wins a bike provided by Health Plus Among those attending the NNOAC event was the Rock Volunteer Ambulance crew. The precinct provided vin etching for bikes and cells phones. A bounce house, beach tennis, a Hula Hoops contest (pictured), Stan’s Pepper Steppers, dancing and, of course, food were highlights of this year’s 101 Community Council’s National Night Out Against Crime celebration Tuesday night at O’Donohue Park.
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