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Falls City Police host National Night Out event

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Police Department hosted a National Night Out event at Stanton Lake Park Tuesday evening. 

After canceling the event in 2020 due to COVID-19, a good sized crowd showed up for the event that included free food and a number of organizations from around the area and the state.

The Nebraska State Patrol was represented in addition to having the State Patrol helicopter on sight.
The Falls City Volunteer Fire Department,  Falls City Rural Fire Department,  Falls City Volunteer Ambulance Squad, Community Medical Center,  Richardson County Sheriff's Office,  Nebraska State Fire Marshall,  Southeast Nebraska Community Action,  Operation Lifesaver,  the Falls City Police Department Dispatchers,  the  City Hall Office Girls and various city crews were all represented at the event.

Falls City Police Chief Jamie Baker said the event is a good way to show the public and help teach kids that Police officers and fire fighters are your friends and are there to help.

Baker said he was pleased with the attendance after being forced to cancel the event in 2020.

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