National Night Out celebrated in Newberry


Dozens of children, like this south paw, lined up for a chance to dunk Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department, got dunked during the National Night Out event.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Matt DeWitt, assistant city manager and incoming city manager, was sporting a “Junior Police Officer” sticker badge.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

National Night Out also included some games, like Corn Hole. Here, Genice Thompson shows off her throwing skills while Carlton Kinard looks on.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Carleton Kinard displayed extreme concentration in a game of corn hole as evidenced by his protruding tongue.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

The Pi Beta Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority posing with some local children. From left, Shawnta Graham, Genice Thompson, Alicia Griffin, Barbara Chapman, Bennie Mae P. Brown and Lisa Toland.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Newberry’s sixth annual National Night Out brought law enforcement, first-responders and community members together for food and fun.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

First Baptist Church serving up sno-cones to beat the heat.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

From left are Mel Kitchens, Dianne Bobo, Vickey Caldwell and Kimberly Kitchens of SERVPRO of Newberry and Laurens counties.


Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Dozens of children, like this south paw, lined up for a chance to dunk Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department.

Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department, got dunked during the National Night Out event.

Matt DeWitt, assistant city manager and incoming city manager, was sporting a “Junior Police Officer” sticker badge.

National Night Out also included some games, like Corn Hole. Here, Genice Thompson shows off her throwing skills while Carlton Kinard looks on.

Carleton Kinard displayed extreme concentration in a game of corn hole as evidenced by his protruding tongue.

The Pi Beta Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority posing with some local children. From left, Shawnta Graham, Genice Thompson, Alicia Griffin, Barbara Chapman, Bennie Mae P. Brown and Lisa Toland.

Newberry’s sixth annual National Night Out brought law enforcement, first-responders and community members together for food and fun.

First Baptist Church serving up sno-cones to beat the heat.

From left are Mel Kitchens, Dianne Bobo, Vickey Caldwell and Kimberly Kitchens of SERVPRO of Newberry and Laurens counties.

Dozens of children, like this south paw, lined up for a chance to dunk Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night1.jpgDozens of children, like this south paw, lined up for a chance to dunk Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Mike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department, got dunked during the National Night Out event.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night2.jpgMike Wood, an officer with the Newberry Police Department, got dunked during the National Night Out event. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Matt DeWitt, assistant city manager and incoming city manager, was sporting a “Junior Police Officer” sticker badge.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night3.jpgMatt DeWitt, assistant city manager and incoming city manager, was sporting a “Junior Police Officer” sticker badge. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

National Night Out also included some games, like Corn Hole. Here, Genice Thompson shows off her throwing skills while Carlton Kinard looks on.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night4.jpgNational Night Out also included some games, like Corn Hole. Here, Genice Thompson shows off her throwing skills while Carlton Kinard looks on. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Carleton Kinard displayed extreme concentration in a game of corn hole as evidenced by his protruding tongue.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night5.jpgCarleton Kinard displayed extreme concentration in a game of corn hole as evidenced by his protruding tongue. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

The Pi Beta Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority posing with some local children. From left, Shawnta Graham, Genice Thompson, Alicia Griffin, Barbara Chapman, Bennie Mae P. Brown and Lisa Toland.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night7.jpgThe Pi Beta Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority posing with some local children. From left, Shawnta Graham, Genice Thompson, Alicia Griffin, Barbara Chapman, Bennie Mae P. Brown and Lisa Toland. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

Newberry’s sixth annual National Night Out brought law enforcement, first-responders and community members together for food and fun.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night8.jpgNewberry’s sixth annual National Night Out brought law enforcement, first-responders and community members together for food and fun. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

First Baptist Church serving up sno-cones to beat the heat.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night9.jpgFirst Baptist Church serving up sno-cones to beat the heat. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer

From left are Mel Kitchens, Dianne Bobo, Vickey Caldwell and Kimberly Kitchens of SERVPRO of Newberry and Laurens counties.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_night10.jpgFrom left are Mel Kitchens, Dianne Bobo, Vickey Caldwell and Kimberly Kitchens of SERVPRO of Newberry and Laurens counties. Carson Lambert | The Newberry Observer
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