IPC receives national recognition for community ‘Night Out’

| February 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
IPC recently received recognition from the National Association of Town Watch for its annual National Night Out event. Accepting the award are (from left)  Deputy Chief Antonio Williams, DES, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii; Tom Adams, director of property management, IPC; Command Sgt. Maj. Philip Brunwald, senior enlisted leader, USAG-HI; Sheryl Ferido, resident services coordinator, IPC; Lt. Col. Kenneth Sanderson, executive officer, USAG-HI; and Pete Sims, project director, IPC.

IPC recently received recognition from the National Association of Town Watch for its annual National Night Out event. Accepting the award are (from left) Deputy Chief Antonio Williams, DES, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii; Tom Adams, director of property management, IPC; Command Sgt. Maj. Philip Brunwald, senior enlisted leader, USAG-HI; Sheryl Ferido, resident services coordinator, IPC; Lt. Col. Kenneth Sanderson, executive officer, USAG-HI; and Pete Sims, project director, IPC.

Neighborhood events teach residents crime awareness

Island Palm Communities
News Release
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — With nearly a thousand residents and several government and community organizations participating in Island Palm Communities’ (IPC’s) National Night Out, each year, IPC has received national recognition.

The National Association of Town Watch recently recognized IPC with awards in two categories: Military Participation and Neighborhood/Communities.

NNO2013_wNational Night Out is a national event that encourages residents to attend block parties and other social events as a stand against crime and an opportunity to meet and get to know those in their community.

IPC is proud to share the National Night Out award with the many organizations that have contributed to the success of the event:

•Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES)
•Army Child & Youth Services, SKIES
Program
•Army Community Service
•Cub Scouts, Pack 166
•Directorate of Emergency Services
•Directorate of Family and Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
•Federal Fire Department
•Girl Scouts, Kolekole Troop
•Hawaii DKI
•Hui ‘O Na Wahine Spouses Club
•U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
•U.S. Coast Guard

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