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MARK NANCE / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Old Lycoming Township Patrolman Dalton Lovell receives a high five from Gavin Baney, 7, son of John and Darian Baney of Cogan Station after touring Lovell’s patrol cars during National Night Out in the Fairlawn Community Church Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette correspondent Christopher Rodriguez, 2, son of Samuel and Rivey Rodriguez of Williamsport, finds a quiet, shady corner to enjoy his ice cream during National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette Correspondent One year old Luke Hawley wears his new fire helmet as he rests in the arms of his father Steven Hawley during National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette correspondent Ryan Hawley, 5, receives a little help from his father, Steven Hawley, of Cogan Station during the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Fairlawn Community Church member Jodi Troutman of South Williamspor tries to find the right backpack for Preston Parker, 2, son of Maddyson and Stevan Parker of Ralston during the National Night Out at the church on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette Correspondent Locals line up for free products during the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday evening. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette correspondent Robin Liebersohn of Williamsport, left, and Rainie Barger of Duboistown serve free pizza to ward members during the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

Old Lycoming Police Department, Old Lycoming Volunteer Fire Department, Lycoming County Sheriff Department, PA State Police and the Heburn Township Volunteer Fire Department gathered for the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday evening. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette Correspondent Old Lycoming Township Patrolman Dalton Lovell receives a high five from Gavin Baney, 7, son of John and Darian Baney of Cogan Station after touring Lovell’s patrol car during National Night Out in the Fairlawn Community Church Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community. MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette correspondent Christopher Rodriguez, 2, son of Samuel and Rivey Rodriguez of Williamsport, finds a quiet, shady corner to enjoy his ice cream during National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community. MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette Correspondent One year old Luke Hawley wears his new fire helmet as he rests in the arms of his father Steven Hawley during National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette correspondent Ryan Hawley, 5, receives a little help from his father, Steven Hawley, of Cogan Station during the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community. MARK NANCE / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Fairlawn Community Church member Jodi Troutman of South Williamspor tries to find the right backpack for Preston Parker, 2, son of Maddyson and Stevan Parker of Ralston during the National Night Out at the church on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette Correspondent Locals line up for free products during the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday evening. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community. MARK NANCE / Sun Gazette correspondent Robin Liebersohn of Williamsport, left, and Rainie Barger of Duboistown serve free pizza to ward members during the National Night Out at Fairlawn Community Church on Tuesday night. This is the fifth year of the event, with more and more each year. The event included games for the kids, free food and ice cream, fire trucks and police cars, and great fun for the community.

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