National Night Out 2015...

 

Hubbard Township & Hubbard City Police Department's
2015 National Night Out


 

National Night Out 2015 has come and gone, and what a night it was! The weather was perfect, the food was tasty, and the crowd was enthusiastic.

Thank you, Hubbard residents, for another great ‪Hubbard National Night Out! #‎HubbardNNO‬
There are so many people to thank! First, wed like to thank the people of Hubbard for coming and making it a fun evening for everyone.

Many thanks to all the vendors, businesses, groups, and individuals who set up their tables, provided gift baskets and certificates for the Chinese auction, offered discounted food, etc. We truly appreciate all the support from our community in helping make ‪‎National Night Out‬ a success.
Thanks to your generosity, we collected $887 in donations and from sales of the raffle tickets and 50/50 tickets. The Hubbard Christians in Action and the St. Patrick Church of Hubbard Food Pantry will each receive $443.50.

Thank you also to Chief Coonce and the Hubbard Township Board of Trustees, and to Chief Taafe and the City of Hubbard for their support and thank you to all the officers and staff from both Hubbard Township Police and Hubbard Police, and to everyone else who pitched in before, during and after. It takes a lot of footwork to coordinate an event of this size, and we enjoy working with our brothers and sisters in blue towards this common goal.

A special thank you to Ray Fenton, Rich Tranick, and Bill Neal, and to Holly Winwood and Bryon Baggiossi of Freedom Thirteen Cycle, for all their hard work in promoting and organizing the FOP Car and Bike Show.

We had a great night out and hope you did too. If you took pics, please share them with us on Facebook using #HubbardNNO.

Sgt. Greg Tarr, Hubbard Township Police
Ptl. Dominic Pagano, Hubbard City Police

 




Thanks to the generosity of those who made donations and bought raffle tickets at Hubbard National Night Out ‪#‎HubbardNNO, checks were presented to Hubbard Christians in Action and St. Pat's Food Pantry-Hubbard in the amount of $444.00 each. Pictured left to right are Hubbard Township Police Sgt. Tarr, Charles Hudak from Hubbard Christians in Action, Mike Heinzer from St. Pat' Food Pantry-Hubbard, and Hubbard Police Officer Pagano.