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National Night Out

by Paul Saulnier
August 6, 2013

Tonight, August 6, 2913, Holliston's Finest will be at Goodwill Park.

National Night Out takes place each year and involves citizen's groups and local officials. The event is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness and generates support for anticrime programs.

Participation in National Night Out is an effective, inexpensive and enjoyable way to promote neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.

Come meet officers on the force and stay for the concert.

 

 

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Comments (3)

Officers Matt Stone and Cesh put on an impressive demonstration. I sure wouldn't want to be apprehended by that dog.

- Donna Allen | 8/7/13 12:34 PM

6:15 p.m.

- Blair | 8/6/13 11:07 AM

What time please?

- ERAustin | 8/6/13 10:27 AM

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