Pictured are McGruff, Mary Anderson, clowning around and Ryan Woodke, one of the many local boy scouts who assisted the local police during the trick or treat hours on Halloween.
Halloween on Pine Street
Mary Anderson, the Pine Street Neighborhood Watch block captain sponsored McGruff this year. McGruff was assisted by the local Boy Scout Troop 1035.
Birch Street Watch Group
The Birch Street neighborhood watch group held it's annual block party and flashlight walk on Tuesday August 5, 1997 in conjunction with the National Night out. Below Laura and Gary Lamers man the grills while neighbors enjoy each others company
At the end of the evening Marilyn Kunkel, Lucille Rusch and Vicky Pemrich all chipped in and washed Angie Rickaby's kitchen floor. The kitchen took quite a beating when 50+ people from the neighborhood trudged through getting their supper during the party.
Ridgewood Heights Neighborhood Watch
The Ridgewood Heights group also met August 5th at the Bill and Gail Cole residence. The neighbors enjoyed food, fun and a visit from Local Law Enforcement.
Bill Cole caught Officer Gary Pemrich with his mouth open as usual.
As always the kids are the real winners at a neighborhood watch block party. This cutie won a McGruff stuffed toy that could not be pried from his hands.
Officer Gary Pemrich of the Gillett Police Department would like to recognize Angie Rickaby and Gail Cole for their tireless efforts to bring neighborhood watch to their neighborhoods. As block captains they spend time arranging and organizing meetings, parties, and speakers to ensure the safety of their respective neighborhoods. Thank You for making the effort and helping local law enforcement do their job.
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