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Deputy Inspector Hank Sautner, commanding officer of the 102nd Precinct, speaks to the crowd as Latchman Budhai, president of the 102nd Precinct Community Council, looks on.
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Maria Thomson, executive director of the Greater Woodhaven Development Corporation, speaks with a neighborhood resident.
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An officer plays frisbee with neighborhood children in a meadow in Forest Park.
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Police Officer Brendan Noonan of the 102nd Precinct serves up some grub.
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Latchman Budhai belts out a few tunes with the band.
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Children enjoy a bouncy castle designed to look like crayons in Forest Park.
Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2013 10:30 am
Updated: 8:31 pm, Wed Aug 14, 2013.
The 102nd Precinct’s Night Out Against Crime brought dozens of residents of Kew Gardens, Richmond Hill, Ozone Park and Woodhaven to the My Buddy memorial in Forest Park at Park Lane South and Myrtle Avenue.
Just like last year, the weather featured comfortable temperatures and a gorgeous sunset behind the trees as well as a bouncy castle for children, as well as a number of different kinds of food from fried rice and lo mein, to hot dogs and salad to a vegetarian buffet brought and served by members of the Sikh Cultural Center in Richmond Hill.
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Thursday, August 8, 2013 10:30 am.
Updated: 8:31 pm.