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Capt. Shawn Burrows of Lehigh County Special Operations shows Kernsville fifth grader Blayne Yocum the supplies and equipment stocked in the huge truck. The unit consists of approximately 30 members trained to respond to special emergency situations and rescues such as structural collapses, confined spaces and trench rescues.PRESS PHOTOS BY JENNIFER BODISCH Capt. Shawn Burrows of Lehigh County Special Operations shows Kernsville fifth grader Blayne Yocum the supplies and equipment stocked in the huge truck. The unit consists of approximately 30 members trained to respond to special emergency situations and rescues such as structural collapses, confined spaces and trench rescues.PRESS PHOTOS BY JENNIFER BODISCH
Eck family members Sarah, Brad, Cailey and Colin from Cetronia had a great time at their first visit to National Night Out in Upper Macungie. Eck family members Sarah, Brad, Cailey and Colin from Cetronia had a great time at their first visit to National Night Out in Upper Macungie.
Makenna and Madison Chorones of Upper Macungie, daughters of Timothy Chorones, principal at Fogelsville Elementary, along with Brady Sell of Fogelsville, are puzzled when the Cetronia’s Andy the Ambulance talks to them. Makenna and Madison Chorones of Upper Macungie, daughters of Timothy Chorones, principal at Fogelsville Elementary, along with Brady Sell of Fogelsville, are puzzled when the Cetronia’s Andy the Ambulance talks to them.
Upper Macungie Township Crime and Community Services Officer William Rohrbach not only organizes the UMT National Night Out, but also spent his share of time in the dunk tank, a favorite for neighborhood kids who know Officer Rohrbach well from his presence in several local schools. Upper Macungie Township Crime and Community Services Officer William Rohrbach not only organizes the UMT National Night Out, but also spent his share of time in the dunk tank, a favorite for neighborhood kids who know Officer Rohrbach well from his presence in several local schools.
Madison and Noah Wesoloski, and Brooke Croll, all from Fogelsville, are all smiles after an evening of fun riding one of the new rides featured at this year’s super successful Upper Macungie Township Night Out. Madison and Noah Wesoloski, and Brooke Croll, all from Fogelsville, are all smiles after an evening of fun riding one of the new rides featured at this year’s super successful Upper Macungie Township Night Out.

Night out in Upper Mac

Thursday, September 29, 2016 by The Press in Local News