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National Night Out was celebrated throughout Washington County on Tuesday, and The Times sent journalists to several events.

National Night Out is a nationwide event that connects communities with first-responders such as police and firefighters. Across the country, millions of neighbors take part in events in thousands of communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August, according to the NNO website. TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Gabriella Cintron and her father Marcos meet Tony, a police dog with Tualatin Police Department, during a National Night Out event at Lafky Park in Tualatin.

TIMES PHOTO: PETER WONG - Officer Rob Wolfe and his dog Enzo field questions from onlookers after a demonstration Tuesday in Beaverton City Park as part of National Night Out.
TIMES PHOTO: DANA HAYNES - Tigard Police Chief Kathy McAlpine, left, and Officer Kaci Mace tie a National Night Out banner to a play structure in the River Terrace neighborhood.TIMES PHOTO: RAY PITZ - Wyatt Picerno races his scooter around his neighborhood in Jeffwood Estates in Tualatin.
TIMES PHOTO: BLAIR STENVICK - Sherwood resident Josh Coleman and his daughter, Violett, attended Sherwood's National Night Out. 'I'm glad community still means something in some places,' Coleman said about the event.

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