National Night Out 2019
Over a hundred community members and organizations came out to support the community in the River District on Tuesday. National Night Out is a community-building event held on the first Tuesday in August to promote the relationship with local law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Storey County Sheriff Gerald Antinoro began participating in National Night Out in 2010. Every year since then, The Storey County Sheriff’s Office partners with the River Bend Community and community resource organizations to help strengthen the fabric of the community.
This year, community support organizations were available to share with the community the services they provide. The Teller was proud to accompany many organizations to connect with the people of Lockwood and Rainbow Bend.
Some of the organizations who helped make this event a success included:
- The Alzheimer’s Foundation
- Storey County C.E.R.T.
- Canyon GID
- Lockwood and Rainbow Bend HOA’s
- Storey County Sheriff’s Office
- Lyon County Sheriff’s Office
- National Veterans Support Group
- Storey County Recorders Office
- Fraternal Order of Eagles
- Target Corporation
- United States Wolf Refuge
Holding an event in August here in Nevada can be hot. In past years the event has been sweltering. Thankfully, there was a nice overcast and a light breeze making the event really nice.
The Teller would like to thank Lyon County Sheriff Frank Hunewill and Storey County Sheriff Gerald Antinoro for hosting this event.
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