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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Annual National Night Out draws crowd at Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua attracted a crowd during the 31st annual National Night Out celebration at the club campus Tuesday evening. The event was co-sponsored by the Boys & Girls Club, Nashua Police Department, Nashua Police Athletic League and Target Stores.

National Night Out is geared toward building crime and drug awareness in the community. Participants visited with police officers, EMTs, fire rescue representatives and other community participants such as the anti-drug advocacy group the Nashua Prevention Coalition. ...

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The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua attracted a crowd during the 31st annual National Night Out celebration at the club campus Tuesday evening. The event was co-sponsored by the Boys & Girls Club, Nashua Police Department, Nashua Police Athletic League and Target Stores.

National Night Out is geared toward building crime and drug awareness in the community. Participants visited with police officers, EMTs, fire rescue representatives and other community participants such as the anti-drug advocacy group the Nashua Prevention Coalition.

There were also family games, hockey, art activities and performances.

“This is a night for Nashua to stand together to promote awareness, safety and neighborhood unity. National Night Out showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement to make Nashua a better place to live, work and raise a family,” said Boys & Girls Club Executive Director Norm Bouthilette in a Club release.

– Telegraph staff