Hundreds turn out for National Night Out at WFHS in Mastic Beach

Farmingville, NY – On August 6, Supervisor Ed Romaine joined hundreds of residents at the annual National Night Out at William Floyd High School in Mastic Beach. This free, annual event promotes police-community relationships and neighborhood camaraderie. It encourages adults and children to interact with members of law enforcement to help create a true sense of community. Attendees joined in to play games, win prizes and interacted with vendors, organizations and members of the Suffolk County Police Department, firefighters and first responders. Pictured are Assemblyman Joe DeStephano (left); County Legislator Rudy Sunderman (third from left) and Supervisor Ed Romaine (right) with members of the Suffolk County Police Department, 


Supervisor Romaine said, “National Night Out is one of my favorite events in the Town. It gives people the opportunity to get up close and personal with law enforcement in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. I thank everyone who had a hand is organizing this event and all the residents who came out to enjoy it.”

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