National celebration full of food, fun, families

photos by TOM SCOTT

Rockford’s sixth annual National Night Out offered fun for families, free food and plenty of opportunity to play with law enforcement officers and firefighters. National Night Out 2011 in downtown Rockford included a giant cake with plenty for everyone, food grilled by local firefighters, and chances to dunk Rockford police and firefighters in the water with a popular dunk tank. The event is held annually to celebrate safety and is a time for individuals and families to get to know the local people who fight crime and help keep our community safe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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