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Neighbors, come on out!  Tuesday, October 2,  5:00 P. M., Tietze Park, 2850 Skillman Street.

For 28 years neighborhoods around the country have sponsored National Night Out Against Crime, an event to foster camaraderie between neighborhood residents and to show support for a crime-free neighborhood. 

Once again the Lowest Greenville West Neighborhood, Lower Greenville Neighborhood, Lakewood Heights Neighborhood and Friends of Tietze Park have teamed together for a fun-filled, food-filled evening! 

Enjoy grilled hot dogs, drinks, popcorn and snow cones. Bounce house fun and face painting will be provided for kiddos and micro chipping will be available for Fido. A local locksmith will have a key making booth.  The Munger Place United Methodist Church will provide live musical entertainment.  

Central Patrol Police Department, Station 17 Fire Department and District 14 Council Member Angela Hunt will be on hand to welcome you.   

Knowing your neighbors and watching out for one another is one of the best deterrents for crime in a community. So come on out, meet your neighbors and enjoy a free night of entertainment for a fantastic cause, a crime free neighborhood.