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Seen on Scene: At National Night Out

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Grady Jensen, 5, who hopes to become a police officer some day and plans to dress as one for Halloween, enjoyed the chance to sit in a Boulder City Police Department vehicle.

Gavin Donohue, 8, of Boulder City tries out the rock climbing tower at National Night Out, held Tuesday, Oct. 1, in Veterans’ Memorial Park.

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Katrina Names, left, and Haley Ferch try on firefighter’s gear at National Night Out at Veterans’ Memorial Park on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

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Boulder City Review

The honor guard for the Cpl. Matthew A. Commons Memorial Post 36, Veterans of Foreign Wars, prepares to present the colors at National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Veterans’ Memorial Park.

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Jesse Oliver of the public safety team watches to see if the ball will be caught after hitting it during the softball game against alumni of Boulder City High School at National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Veterans’ Memorial Park.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear and Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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