Building student involvement, fostering civic engagement and enhancing community service to advance public health. 

If you are you a new D19 or just haven’t had time to get into Chinatown, this is a great event for you. On Tuesday, August 4 from 3:00-6:00 pm head over to Tai Tung Village, 240 Harrison Ave and join hundreds of people as they enjoy free food and entertainment! Families and friends gather to engage with the law enforcements agencies, civic groups, neighborhood organizations, neighborhood crime watch groups and local officials.

And stop by TUSDM’s Dept. of Public Health table and say hello to Pediatric PostDocs: Derek Leung, Carla Schmidl and Fahad Hegazi who will be hosting a TUSDM table with an oral health Jeopardy game and free toothbrushes and toothpaste.

After last year’s event, Boston Police Department Captain Kenneth Fong of District A-1, which covers Chinatown, commented, “It was great seeing everybody out… a lot of families, a lot of kids … it’s just really vibrant here in Chinatown. It always has been,” he said. “This is our 20th year here in Tai Tung Village celebrating National Night Out. So this is a great event every year and we hope to continue this and continue the great work that the community and the police department are doing together.”

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