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Three-year-olds Elijah Mixteco (left) and Landon Nothnagel, both of St. Joseph, plead with local authorities to "Let me out" during the Aug. 5 National Night Out held in Morningside Loop. The neighborhood enjoyed a potluck and children were able to tour police and fire department vehicles while all visited with local police officers and firefighters. Neighborhood organizers said they want to say a big "thank you" to both police and fire departments for stopping by with stickers, tours of the rigs and coloring books.

Let me out, let me out, let me out!

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Three-year-olds Elijah Mixteco (left) and Landon Nothnagel, both of St. Joseph, plead with local authorities to “Let me out” during the Aug. 5 National Night Out held in Morningside Loop. The neighborhood enjoyed a potluck and children were able to tour police and fire department vehicles while all visited with local police officers and firefighters. Neighborhood organizers said they want to say a big “thank you” to both police and fire departments for stopping by with stickers, tours of the rigs and coloring books.

 

 

 

 

contributed photo Three-year-olds Elijah Mixteco (left) and Landon Nothnagel, both of St. Joseph, plead with local authorities to "Let me out" during the Aug. 5 National Night Out held in Morningside Loop. The neighborhood enjoyed a potluck and children were able to tour police and fire department vehicles while all visited with local police officers and firefighters. Neighborhood organizers said they want to say a big "thank you" to both police and fire departments for stopping by with stickers, tours of the rigs and coloring books. contributed photo
Three-year-olds Elijah Mixteco (left) and Landon Nothnagel, both of St. Joseph, plead with local authorities to “Let me out” during the Aug. 5 National Night Out held in Morningside Loop. The neighborhood enjoyed a potluck and children were able to tour police and fire department vehicles while all visited with local police officers and firefighters. Neighborhood organizers said they want to say a big “thank you” to both police and fire departments for stopping by with stickers, tours of the rigs and coloring books.

 

 

 

 

 

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