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The Milford Police Department Unit hosted the 25th annual “Milford’s Night Out” celebration in downtown on Tuesday, August 6. The event was held at Bicentennial Park in Milford and featured the Indian River Band. Local businesses provided free meals as local first responders shared information and an opportunity for families to experience their emergency vehicles.

“We’ve heard a lot of positive feedback from the public and hope to build on that next year. I think people enjoy learning all of the things community organizations have to offer. We always hear from people about things they learned that they didn’t previously know,” said Sergeant Robert W. Masten of the Milford Police Department. “We hope people left with memories of spending time with first responders, their neighbors, and the other community groups who take their time to help educate the public in an effort to make their lives safer.”

 

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