STANLEY, N.C. – The Town of Stanley and Stanley Police Department held a Night Out for residents to meet the Stanley Police Officers and Firefighters on Thursday, August 22.
The event was held on the campus of Stanley Middle School with lots of free food, drinks and prizes.
From 6-8 p.m. Mayor Steven Denton, Police Chief Derek Summey and Fire Chief Eric Withers and their crews greeted the residents of Stanley and encouraged them to have lots of fun and visit many of the demonstrations. One of the main attractions was the fire safety house complete with smoke. The kids also enjoyed climbing on the fire trucks.
Photographer Bill Ward was at the event and submitted some photos to the Lincoln Herald for all to enjoy!
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