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Having fun with the Five-O in Flushing

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Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2019 10:30 am

Flushing residents had a ball at the 109th Precinct’s 2019 National Night Out Against Crime celebration on Tuesday night at Bowne Playground.

Community Affairs Officer Ares Huang of the 109th Precinct, third from left above, received a proclamation from City Councilmen Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) and Peter Koo (D-Flushing), who respectively are standing second and fourth from left. The pair were joined in honoring Huang by 109th Precinct Community Council President Jerry Filippidis; Deputy Inspector Keith Shine, commanding officer of the 109th, and Chief of Counterterrorism James Waters, who used to have Shine’s job.

In the center, at top, a boy from the New York Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Center shows off his skills.

Below him, a crowd waits outside a Disney character-themed bounce castle.

Above, Boy Scout Troop 253 and spectators salute the flag in the opening ceremony.

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