|Firefighters from the Annandale fire station visit kids at a National Night Out event on Hirst Street.|
Officers from the Mason Police District had more than 20 National Night Out events on their schedule, and Braddock Supervisor John Cook planned to attend 10, and eat a hot dog or something at each one.
|Supervisor John Cook at the Ravensworth-Bristow community's ice cream social.|
|The National Night Out event at the Annandale Shopping Center included a Hapmudo performance (above), along with demonstrations from Pro Maxx Fitness, an outdoor movie, raffles, and displays from local businesses.|
|Mason police officers visit the National Night Out gathering in the Lafayette Village townhouse community in Annandale.|
|Carl Iddings (left), president of the Lafayette Village Community Association, presents a plaque to outgoing Neighborhood Watch chair Fred Saah.|
Many neighbors met one another for the first time at the event, and now Nelson feels it’s a safer place. “That’s the whole idea of National Night Out,” she said.
|Regina Nelson and her son, Gabe, a fifth-grader at Woodburn Elementary School.|