West Manchester Township held it’s annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022 from 5pm-8pm.  The festivities were largely a success and are designed not only for local businesses to advertise/recruit, but also as an opportunity for West Manchester Township emergency services personnel to interact with the citizens we serve.

I would like to take an opportunity to personally thank the following businesses/partners for their generosity in assisting the West Manchester Township Police Department:

West Manchester Twp Highway Dep’t- painting lines/trash/pizza runs/electrical help

West Manchester Twp Fire Dep’t- tables/cones/bucket rides for children

West Manchester Twp Parks Dep’t

West York EMS

Donald Bricker- ice freezer, drink troughs

Walmart (Christine)- Bike raffle/drink donation

Weis White St- water donation

Weis Roosevelt- hot dogs/rolls/ice cream

Weis East Berlin- hamburger patty/Hug drinks

Giant Delco- large hamburger patty donation

Kennie’s Market (Spring Grove)- hamburger patty donation

Bimbo’s Bakery- buns

Blouse’s Paper Outlet- cutlery/various paper products

Mission BBQ- sandwich giveaway

Suburban Propane- filling tanks used to cook

Spangler’s Ace Hardware- griddle/large tent

Bricker’s French Fries

Emmanuel Italian Ice

Popcorn Loft

Stauffer’s Cookies

Imagineered Signs- signs/stakes for vendors

Lamar Advertising- billboard on W. Market St.

Rutter’s (Carlisle Rd).- tea/lemonade donation

The Vault- pizza donation

BJ’s- hamburger patty donation

Martin’s- chip donation

Frito Lay- chip donation

Bickel’s- chip/pretzel donation

Knaper’s- Porta potties

Penn Waste- dumpsters

York Revolution- game ticket donation

Philly Pretzel Factory- pretzels

Kevin Drawbaugh- photography

Gift Card donors- Plaza Azteca, Petco, Tropical Smoothie, MOD Pizza, Outback Steakhouse, Sheetz, Buffalo Wild Wings

I’m sure I may have missed thanking some donors/attendees in this post, and I apologize if so.  This event simply could not happen, and certainly not to the level of success that it has, without our community partners coming together to assist us.  For that I am humbled and grateful.

Bradley J. Cleck

Officer, West Manchester Township Police Department