Pocomoke City's NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 2012
Hosted by the Pocomoke City Police Department
The kids loved this! But then kids have the energy. The older I become the more amazed I am with the things children can and will do. Note: to enter this house of a thousand bounces you have to crawl through a small door, or so it seemed. Once inside you just bounce up and down, fall down, get up, fall down again and continue that same routine for what seemed to me forever. The amazing part, to me, is when you have completed all the bouncing you crawl out the small door, get to your feet and continue onto something else. Amazing!
Pocomoke City Manager Russ Blake and wife Lynn with Councilwoman Tracey Cottman
Officer Perkins with one of the city crew workers, I believe.
Mike Dean with Lt. Green and some other Pocomoke City Police Officers
Mayor Bruce Morrison with Councilwoman Diane Downing and Councilwoman Tracey Cottman
In this photo: Rhonda Sewell, wife of Pocomoke City Police Chief, Councilwoman Downing, Mayor Morrison, Laura Morrison and Councilwoman Cottman.
What an honor it was to have Sen. Jim Mathias (left to right), MD State Police Commander of the Berlin Barracks- Lt. Earl Starner and Worcester County State's Attorney Beau Oglesby attending the National Night Out in Pocomoke.
Also attending: Investigator for the Wor. Co. State's Attorney Office- Rick Taylor and Special Investigator fof the Wor. Co. State's Attorney Office.
Officer Perkins with Mike DeanPFC 1st Class Ralph Corbin with Lt. Earl Starner and Tfc. Orndorff
Pocomoke City Police Chief Kelvin Sewell has certainly kept his word when he wrote in his Mission Statement "to provide the highest quality of police service" and to "develop a partnership with the community". What he has done in just a few short months with his department and for the great town of Pocomoke City is outstanding.
Be sure to thank them.