Wednesday, August 15, 2007

A Diverse Community of Friendly Neighbors Who Watch Out for Each Other

Last week’s National Night Out block party was somewhat smaller than previous years due to the 100-degree temperatures, but the crowd that did make it out represented ONSL’s greatest asset: residents who enjoy city living and work together to make their community the best it can be. Above: Once again, Leon Ochoa took responsibility for the hottest job on a very hot evening.
Although some enjoyed a few moments of eating and catching up on the latest news from around the neighborhood (above), the weather was more conducive to just sitting around in the shade of Wingmann Park (below).And, as with past National Night Out celebrations, one of the highlights of the evening for the young and not-so-young was the chance to climb on and in the fire truck (below).

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