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Falls City National Night Out event set
06/07/2019

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Council approved use of Stanton Lake Park for the National Night Out event scheduled for August 6 during their Monday evening meeting.

The Falls City Police Department sponsors the program with the assistance of most other City departments as well as other entities around the area and around the state.

Officer Zach Ractliffe provided information to the Council, noting that Stanton Lake Park offers enough space for all the displays as well as some shade for those visiting.

City Administrator Gary Jorn said the program grows every year and if you want to help out, you are welcome. If you are interested in helping you can contact City Hall at 402-245-2707.

The program has won awards from the National Night Out program each of the past several years.

 

 

 

 

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