National Night Out in Charles County 2017

On the first Tuesday of August every summer, communities across the country throw a block party with one purpose-to foster relationships with law enforcement, firefighters and first responders.

What is National Night Out?

From the National Night Out website, "National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community."

National Night Out in Charles County

On Tuesday, August 1st, Southern Maryland joined millions across the country with its own participation.  55 Communities in Charles County participated in the annual get together with each neighborhood having its own style. Neighborhoods in Waldorf had DJ's, live music and dancing, while many in La Plata featured moon bounces and raffles. Every neighborhood made sure to have plenty of food.

Fire trucks, police cruisers and EMT demonstrations were among the highlights for the children in Charles County.  Matthew's son, Decker particularly enjoyed the ambulances and cotton candy. 

Trollinger was Happy to Volunteer to Help Foster Police and Community Relationships

Matthew Trollinger, of Trollinger Law was proud to be one of the La Plata volunteers serving hamburgers and hot dogs to Charles County police, firefighters and emergency responders.  

“It’s a great opportunity for us to show our appreciation for everything public safety folks do for our community,” said Matt Trollinger, a member of the King’s Grant HOA’s safety committee. “They work so hard, it’s nice to be able to take the time to give them some props.”

 

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