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National Night Out

National Night Out
Several Salisbury communities will participate in the National Night Out program Tuesday by holding events at five locations:
– Park Avenue Community Watch, 5:30-8 p.m. at Cannon Park.
There will be bingo and other games, music and food. McGruff the Crime Dog will also make an appearance.
– Laurel Pointe Community Watch, 6-9 p.m., Laurel Pointe Apartments. This event is open to residents only. There will be food and games.
– The VA Community Watch. There will be food, a talent show, poetry and inflatable toys for children.
– Coburn Memorial United Methodist Church, 901 S. Church St. There will be a hot dog supper, games and face painting.
– The Fulton Heights Neighborhood at Centennial Park. There will be food and other activities.
The Salisbury Fire Department will provide its “smoke house,” which simulates a house fire.
In cities all over the United States, people are gathering Tuesday to eat, play and strengthen their neighborhoods by fighting back against crime through National Nights Out.

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