East Windsor Township Holds “National Night Out” Event Tuesday August 6
East Windsor Mayor Janice S. Mironov announced that East Windsor Township again will participate in “National Night Out”. The Township event, sponsored by Mayor Mironov and Members of Council in conjunction with Chief of Police James Geary and the police department, will take place on Tuesday, August 6 from
6 P.M. to 9 P.M. at the East Windsor P.A.L. Complex at 30 Airport Road.
Mayor Mironov stated, “East Windsor Township is committed to strengthening neighborhood unity and police and community partnerships to help deter crime and to enhance our local quality of life.” Mayor Mironov continued, “the Township has participated in hosting ‘National Night Out’ for many years, during which we have provided thousands of citizens with information on crime prevention and community partnerships.”
This year’s East Windsor Township event, which has much to interest adults and children, will feature police, fire and emergency medical services equipment, and crime watch information. There will be demonstrations by a canine trained in detecting illegal drugs, child car safety seat inspections and demonstrations by the American Red Cross. Many community groups and area businesses will host booths with information and giveaways supporting the National Night Out theme.
Additionally, at the Township “National Night Out”, areas will be set up for issuance of identification cards for children, fire hose demonstrations and face painting. Further activities will include a moon bounce, a rock climbing wall, music and refreshments will be available.
Mayor Mironov stated “we are pleased to be a part of this national campaign that provides a unique opportunity for our citizens and local government to come together to build positive and cooperative relationships while enhancing drug and crime prevention and encouraging residents to get involved in local community programs. All East Windsor residents are invited to join with us in this fun and positive evening of fellowship and activities.”