Crime prevention program draws 250
SALISBURY ó More than 250 people participated in J.C. Price American Legion Post 107ís Halloween-Crime Prevention Program.
After dancing in an auditorium decorated with pumpkins, ghosts and haunted houses, young people heard crime prevention tips from Salisbury Police Officer Mark Hunter, who introduced them to his retired police dog, Smoke.
Salisbury firefighters provided fire safety tips for home and school and gave children and their parents a tour of a fire engine.
The American Legion post provided grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, chips and drinks, and a bag with fruit and candy for each child. Most of the children also won in contests, raffles and door prizes, and some took honors in costume, dance and face-painting contests.
Along with post members, volunteers and ROTC members helped make the night fun for children.
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