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Donna Gilmartin and Frank Dardani of the 106th Precinct Community Council present Deputy Inspector Thomas Pascale, right, with an award.
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Deputy Inspector Thomas Pascale, left, commanding officer of the 106th Precinct, and Capt. Robert Sparkes, the precinct’s executive officer, receive a mayoral proclamation for the precinct’s work during Hurricane Sandy.
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The West Hamilton Beach Volunteer Fire Department was on hand to give children tours of its fire trucks and ambulances.
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Mister Softee was on hand with frozen treats.
Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2013 10:30 am
Updated: 8:31 pm, Wed Aug 14, 2013.
An estimated 500 residents came out on Tuesday evening to take part in the 106th Precinct Community’s Annual National Night Out Against Crime at the PS 232 playground in Lindenwood. Residents took in lively music and entertainment and feasted on a smorgasbord of hot dogs, cookies, candy, popcorn, ice cream and beverages.
The event also featured tips on crime preventing, VIN etching, child fingerprinting, safety information and informational displays by local organizations and businesses.
Members of the West Hamilton Beach Volunteer Fire Department and New York City Fire Department gave delighted groups of children tours of their fire trucks.
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Thursday, August 8, 2013 10:30 am.
Updated: 8:31 pm.