108th and 114th precinct residents celebrate their communities
Captain Brian Hennessy, center, commanding officer of the 108th Precinct, poses with some officers and area residents.
Explorer scouts and officers from the 114th Community Affairs office gives out free hot dogs to the locals in Astoria Park.
Having fun at Night Out.
Members of the Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens, performs a dance for the 114 Locals
Teens Samantha Belrosario, left, Haly Villalva, Myhani Meabors and Pamela Guerrero show off their painted faces.
Bianca Guese, 11, left, and her sister Kyla, 8, prepare to take their first horse ride in Astoria.
Annabella Christ, 3, shows off her Spidergirl look at the 108th Precinct program.
A young boy attempts to throw a ball to knock the girl into the pool at the 114th event.
9-year-old Stephanie Gomezcoe gets her face painted by Jenoonie the Clown.
Members of the NYPD 114th Precinct Auxiliary Unit stand behind their table in Astoria, giving out literature to the public.
Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan, center, and her son, Nick Marsacano, behind her, poses with some of the locals in Long Island City.
Sarah Brigman holds on to her 1-year-old son Brigman Yip on the air slide in LIC.
Assemblywomen Cathy Nolan shakes hands with a police officer from the 108th Precinct.
Phill Fernandes attempts to fly his kite.
Having fun at Night Out Against Crime.
State Sen. Mike Gianaris holds Peach while taking a break at the 114th event in Astoria.
Auxiliary Police Officer Noor Eldilemi dances with 2-year-old Mathias McNeil.
Daniel Mahmud gets fingerprinted by Anthony Meloni of the NY Anti-Crime Second Chance Task Force in Astoria.
Children having fun at Night Out.
4-year-old Maximos Demaras face shows how much fun he's having.
Assemblywomen Cathy Nolan sends her well wishes to the residents of Long Island City.
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