August 2, 2013

Reminder: National Night Out Events scheduled county-wide NEXT WEEK!

On Tuesday, August 6th, the Sheriff's Office will sponsor National Night Out events in the Upper, Middle and Lower Keys. All of the events will feature food, refreshments, and a great chance to meet your neighbors, members of the Sheriff’s Office from a wide variety of divisions, departments and special teams and many others who are involved in the field of public safety here in the Florida Keys.

The Key Largo event will be Tuesday, August 6th from 6 – 8 p.m. at Key Largo Community Park located at the 99mm of Highway U.S. One. Captain Don Fanelli and Lieutenant Mitch Horn want to invite the entire community to attend their free event. Members of the Sheriff’s Office will be on hand, along with others from the public safety community; there will be food, refreshments, music and lots of fun.

The Islamorada National Night Out event will be held at Founder’s Park in Islamorada Tuesday, August 6th from 6 to 8 p.m. Captain Corey Bryan and Lt. Derek Paul invite everyone to join them and have some fun. Visit with members of the Sheriff’s Office, Islamorada Fire/Rescue and other public safety and community groups. There will be free food, music and refreshments.

 The Marathon event will be held on Tuesday, August 6th from 6 to 8 p.m. at Marathon Community Park. Captain Chad Scibilia, Lt. Bruce Winegarden and Lt. Nancy Alvarez invite everyone to join them and have some fun. There will be free food and refreshments, and residents will be able to visit many law enforcement, public safety and community groups at the event. The Masonic Lodge Child ID trailer will be on hand, along with the Blood Mobile.  The Sheriff’s Office will also partner with local Rotary clubs and the UNITED WAY at National Night Out for the annual Stuff the Bus campaign, collecting school supplies for needy Monroe County students.

The Lower Keys Sheriff’s Office will hold a National Night Out event at Bernstein Park on Stock Island, Tuesday, August 6th  from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. This event will feature a special appearance by Farmer Jeanne Selander and a selection of animals from the Sheriff’s Office Animal Farm. A wide variety of law enforcement and other public safety agencies will be on hand as well.

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