IN PICTURES: MIDDLE KEYS CITIZENS MINGLE WITH FIRST RESPONDERS AT NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
Helicopters, fire trucks, patrol cars — oh my! On Aug. 3, the Sheriff’s Hangar at Marathon airport was buzzing with activity. Representatives from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, FWC, Marathon Fire Rescue and more were on hand to mingle with the public during the National Night Out, designed to bring first responders and the community together.
Everyone was happy to mingle at National Night Out, except maybe this guy, cradled by FWC officer Courtney Carroll. Dr. Charlie Neiditz, XXXVXVXVXVXVXVXV and Carl Bish — all neighbors in Marathon — meet up by chance at National Night Out. These are three of Marathon Fire Rescue’s finest — Driver/Engineer Jorge Garzon, left, Chief John Johnson and Capt. Danny Murciano. The burgers and dogs were courtesy of the American Legion Post 154, represented by Melissa and Derrick Johnson, left, John Dick and Joe Goetz. Choosing swag is serious business. Brothers Isaac and Timmy Worden, 4 and 6 respectively, visit one of the tables offering goodies to kids. The Mirabellas take the family out for a night on the town. That’s Amanda, standing left, and John, hugging their son, Ian. Her parents, Deb and Mike Couturier, from Michigan, had a chance to meet MCSO Deputy David Minor.
MCSO Lt. Mark Jones, left, Lt. Charlene Sprinkle and Christine Paul attend the Night Out in Marathon. Paul, principal of Stanley Switlik Elementary, is substituting for her husband Capt. Derek Paul, who was promoting the same event in the Upper Keys.
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