Granada Police Chief David Dougherty has invited the Granada community to tonight’s, (August 2) National Night Out Observance. This will mark the 28th year the national event has been observed.
The evening in Granada begins at 6:30pm in the Town Park with a free meal for all Granada community residents. You may want to bring an umbrella this evening, as there’s a 40% chance of some thunderstorm activity later tonight.
Dougherty said this is an opportunity for the community to learn more about home security and safety and a chance for people to get to know their neighbors. Local community awareness for neighborhood residents is a central platform for the National Night Out campaign.
It is widely observed, as last year, 37 million people in 15,110 communities in all 50 states took part.
by Russ Baldwin