Reina Squires awaits the precision drop of a beach tube thrown by a Ewing Robotics' creation. Students from Ewing High School & Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf comprise the team.
George Skroumbelos and Ed Dunham of the Ewing Kiwanis step back from the flames as Bruce White takes over a shift flipping burgers and hot dogs.
Bruce White, Joe Schmeltz, and (through the smoke) George Skroumbelos of the Ewing Kiwanis.
All hands were on deck to grill fast enough to meet the growing crowds at Ewing's NNO. The Ewing Kiwanis worked through the evening.
Mayor Bert Steinmann greeted National Night Outers with optimism and anticipation for the future developments of Ewing Township.
Miguel Martinez of Ewing's Green Team displays the public survey being conducted. The large turnout to NNO was a sublime opportunity to poll residents on their priorities for a sustainable future in Ewing.
Senior EASEL volunteer Chris Ridorfino writes out donation instructions on flyers to residents eager to help.
Cole Himmelheber gears up in the back seat of Pennington Road Fire Company's Firetruck.
Michelle Lamb, Michael Weeks, and Basilio DeJesus.
Brice Himmelheber chirps "To the rescue!" as he grabs the wheel of Pennington Road Fire Company's Firetruck.
Adrian Dorow and Officer McGuire vend popcorn to residents.
Evelyn A., Destiny L., and Alice Lightner at the information table for The Children's Home Society, detailing their goals to promote kinship family well-being within communities.
Barbara Gusz opens a pack of freshly sliced watermelons for the crowds.
Detective Michael Pellegrino fist-bumps Dantae Brewster.
Samantha Remer, Megan Monchak, Mondy Mentor (rear) Kaitlynne Cobb, and Adam Prieto enjoy the grilled goods.