Oak Creek National Night Out
August 3, 2010
6:00 pm– 9:00 pm
Oak Creek Community Center
8580 S. Howell Avenue
The Oak Creek Police Department along with the OC National Night Out committee will be sponsoring Oak Creek’s National Night Out at the Oak Creek Community Center on August 3, 2010.
This free and family friendly event helps strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships and sends a message to criminals that Oak Creek neighborhoods are organized and fighting back!
Items of interest include but are not limited to:
• Oak Creek Crime Stoppers FREE "Shred It" event from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. sponsored by Piranha Shredding Company – located in the Oak Creek City Hall Parking Lot ( 8640 S. Howell Ave.) – 2 bag limit (use Puetz Rd entrance)
• Crime Prevention and Safety messages from local and state agencies
• OCPD Driving Skills Course
• Roll Over Simulator
• ERU Tactical Vehicle
• OCPD K-9 Unit
• OCFD equipment
• "Survive Alive" house
• US Coast Guard "Dolphin" helicopter
• Food and drink available for purchase
• Free flashlights distributed (one per family) while supplies last
• Traditional neighborhood "Take Back The Night" flashlight walk to the Oak Creek High School
• Bartolotta's fireworks
• A chance to win (2) Frontier Airlines tickets
For more information call 768-5840
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