Berkeley to Host National Night Out Concert August 28th


Berkeley Mayor Amato Announces its Eighth Annual “Night Out Against Crime”

National Night Out is in conjunction with the Sounds of Summer Concert Series


BERKELEY – Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr., is proud to announce that this Wednesday, August 28th , beginning at 5:30pm, will be Berkeley’s Eighth Annual “Night Out Against Crime.”  Mayor Amato stated, “The Berkeley Township Police Department will be on hand along with our Township First Aid Squads, Township Fire Departments and other public safety agencies to greet residents and show the different types of equipment that they utilize. All of these public safety agencies will have their vehicles and equipment on display, as well.  It’s been a tremendous success since Chief DiMichele and I started this 7 years ago. It allows the public to interact with our public safety agencies. Our award winning DARE Program will also be on hand with games and prizes for the children to enjoy.”

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After National Night Out, The group performing at 7:30pm is The Infernos Band, America’s #1 Show Band and the area’s premier live performance group singing four decades of music.


“We encourage the entire family to come on out for a great evening of interaction and entertainment and don’t forget to bring a chair! Refreshments are always provided by our local non-profit groups and organizations that use these concerts as their fundraisers. We hope to see you everyone on August 28th Mayor Amato said.


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