‘A true sense of community’
Farmville celebrated National Night Out (NNO) on Tuesday evening with block parties that brought citizens and law enforcement together. A Farmville Police Department (FPD) press release noted that NNO “enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug-prevention awareness, develop and strengthen partnerships between police and residents and generate support for anti-crime programs such as Neighborhood Watch, Crime Solvers and Business Watch.” In the photo above, citizens and law enforcement unite at the Parkview Gardens Apartments block party. Pictured are, from left, front row, Charlotte Randolph, DaMyrah Walton, Damarcus Walton, Charmese Randolph, Jazyre Givens, in the stroller; back row, High Bridge Trail State Park Manager Daniel Jordan, FPD Lt. C.W. Moss, Tacola Scott, FPD Officer D.P. Foley, FPD Detective B.H. Paulette, Jameca Woodson, seated, and High Bridge Trail State Park Chief Ranger Glenn Shepherd.