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What does National Night Out mean to you?

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Leticia Debord

Target employee

“To be friends and know we can be there for each other. I used to do (National Night Out) all the time as a kid.”

Brad Friesen

Physical education instructor at Lodi High School

“National Night Out is a time to get to know our neighbors and community, like we used to in the ’50s.”

Debi Hyzdu

Children’s ministry director at Vinewood Community Church

“What the church is trying to do is be a blessing to our community.”

Rod Suess

Pastor at Vinewood Community Church

“A good chance to be out with our neighbors and (share) that we are here to serve the neighborhood.”

Ammer Johnson

Retired school teacher

“It gives us a chance to meet our neighbors, that’s the key thing, we look out for each other.”

Armando Mayoya

Retired sheriff’s deputy

“Getting together with neighbors and talking to each other.”

Posted: Wednesday, August 6, 2014 6:27 am

Asked by News-Sentinel Photo Chief Dan Evans and reporter James Striplin at National Night Out.

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