National Night Out 2019

August 6, 2019

I went to Bernards Township’s National Night Out and had a great experience visiting with our Police and Fire Departments, Municipal Alliance, Animal Control, EMTs, and many more! Thank you to everyone that serves our community, both locally and county-wide.

Sophia Chadda

Sophia had fun climbing to the top of the engine! I think we all love fire trucks!
Basking Ridge Fire Co. No 1 & EMS talking with Sophia about their work and the engine. Very informative!
Liberty Corner Fire Company brought one of their big trucks to present to the residents tonight. And with a friendly fireman too! Thank you Scott Kessel!!
EMTs FTW!! Thank you for your hard work!
Melissa showed Sophia all about what the Municipal Alliance has to offer. Great job!
Joan Bannan Harris with assistant Melissa working the Bernards Township Municipal Alliance Against Substance Abuse table. Thank you for all the good work you do ladies!
Stacey Gunderman, candidate for Assembly 21, stopped by National Night Out! Thank you for coming to our community!
Nancy Frank Cook and Sophia Chadda for Bernards Township Committee enjoying one of the miniature horses at National Night Out. Fun time was had by all!
Liberty Corner EMS with some Bernards Township Democratic Committee members and Sophia Chadda. Learned about the history of this specific EMS group and how it was women only for awhile. Very interesting!
Sophia talked with Bernards Township EMS members. Great group of women tonight!
Sophia chatted with some of our own’s finest! Bernards Township Police Department
Demonstration of the K-9 unit and how the dogs can sniff out drugs. The dog found the drugs in under 10 seconds. Again, very impressive.
Member of the Liberty Corner Fire Company set up to demonstrate how they can get into a car fast and thus, save lives.

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