The biggest party we attended was the group at 48th and Dawson who every year seem to gather big numbers of neighbors to enjoy the food, each other's company and to share block watch and emergency preparedness information.
SLIDESHOW: Night out has become a reflection of true community
By Patrick Robinson
The national Night Out event has been embraced by many and West Seattle, already a close knit grouping of neighborhoods seems to have polished it up and made it a true community event. Unlike almost any other public gathering, Night Out has evolved to be an expression of true caring and involvement for many people on streets all around the West Seattle peninsula.
We went to take pictures of the people attending these parties and while the number was slightly smaller than in previous years, every single person we encountered was no less enthusiastic, happy to get to know their neighbors, and interested in being there.
Thanks West Seattle.
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