Carver: Huge Turnout at Annual Night Out

 

There was a huge turnout at Carver’s annual night out yesterday as Police, EMS and fire departments from Plympton, Halifax and Kingston joined the town for their annual night out.

The event was held at the middle high school where hundreds watched a black hawk helicopter, brought by the Army National Guard, land behind the school.

9-year-old Jacob was at the event with friends and family and says the event is fun because you get to do stuff!

Plymouth County Sheriff Joe McDonald was there and says the evening is all about the kids.

Carvers night out was started four years ago to help build relationships between residents and law enforcement and to make the community a safer place.

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Plymouth County Sheriff Joe McDonald, Plymouth County DA Tim Cruz and Carver Police Chief Mark Duphily

Plymouth County Sheriff Joe McDonald, Plymouth County DA Tim Cruz and Carver Police Chief Mark Duphily

 

 


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