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Sun City Huntley to mark National Night Out with festivities

HUNTLEY – Sun City Huntley will celebrate National Night Out starting at 4:30 p.m. Aug. 6 at Eakin Field in conjunction with the Sun City Softball All Star Game.

In addition to the softball game, the Sun City Model Railroad Club will run trains during the festivities, free hot dogs and beverages will be provided, and there will be several guest speakers and an additional two-inning special ball game.

National Night Out is designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, and increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts with input from the Huntley police and fire departments.

Since 2002, Sun City Huntley, under the direction of the Neighborhood Watch-Neighbors Helping Neighbors Committee, has participated in National Night Out to coincide with the annual Sun City Softball All Star Game.

Throughout the year, the committee posts safety and crime awareness articles in the Lifestyles magazine and Sun Day newspaper, distributes brochures at neighborhood meetings, and fosters an ongoing relationship with the Huntley Police Department and Neighborhood Watch program.

For information about Sun City’s Neighborhood Watch-Neighbors Helping Neighbors Committee, contact Committee President Ken Andersen at 847-515-3018, email anderken@aol.com or visit the Huntley Police Department.


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