This year’s Night Out Against Crime hosted by the 106th Precinct was held at the open field at Police Officer Edward Byrne Park on North Conduit Avenue and 134th Street in South Ozone Park.
Residents from the neighborhoods of South Ozone Park, Ozone Park, Howard Beach, Lindenwood and Hamilton Beach came out to enjoy the gorgeous summer night, hot dogs, ice cream, music, games, raffle prizes and face painting and meet the officers from the precinct, as well as local officials, civic associations and businesses attending the event.
— Domenick Rafter
The brass from the 106th Precinct, elected officials and civic leaders get together for a group photo.
The West Hamilton Beach Volunteer Fire Department showed off one of its new ambulances.
The 106th Precinct Community Council President Frank Dardani, left, Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and Deputy Inspector Jeffrey Schiff, commanding officer of the 106th Precinct, introduce themselves to the crowd.
Richmond Hill South Civic Association President Margaret Finnerty chats with a resident.
The crew from Resorts World Casino New York City man their table, stocked with giveaways and promotional items.
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