Aug 022014
 
Bonnie Von Hoffmann gets a warm hug from West Sacramento Police Lieutenant Tod Sockman in one of last year’s ‘National Night Out’ block parties. This party was on Meadow Road and was organized by Von Hoffman.  In front are Clay Harrell, Chuck Blessing, and Cathy Harrell.  (News-Ledger photo by Peter Folks)

Bonnie Von Hoffmann gets a warm hug from West Sacramento Police Lieutenant Tod Sockman in one of last year’s ‘National Night Out’ block parties. This party was on Meadow Road and was organized by Von Hoffman. In front are Clay Harrell, Chuck Blessing, and Cathy Harrell.
(News-Ledger photo by Peter Folks)

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JULY 30, 2014 –

The “National Night Out” event  returns this Tuesday, Aug. 5. In West Sacramento, as in cities across the nation, “National Night Out” will be celebrated with block parties and barbecues.

 

The West Sacramento Police Department joins residents and neighborhood groups in support of the program’s 31st year. The following hosts and neighborhoods will have National Night Out activities, between 6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 5 (this list is revised and corrected from an earlier version published in the News-Ledger):

– 1527 Redding Road (“featured site,” with special guests, and photograph opportunities at 7:00 p.m.)
– 685 Lighthouse Drive (Las Casitas Apartments)
– 10th and Maryland Streets (corner)
– 19th and Pennsylvania (corner)
– 1613 19th Street
– 1140 Longcroft Street
– Aster and Manchester (corner)
– 2692 Mandeville Street
– Muscovy and Crested (corner)
– 1807 Presidio Street
– Sumatra/Mandura (corner)
– Apache Street (dead end of street)
– 3170 Venice Street (Friends of the Main Drain Association)
– 3773 Elsinore Court
– 3590 Antigua Street
–1680 Quail Road
– 500 7th Street (Washington Courtyard Apartments)
– 2455 West Capitol Avenue (West Capitol Courtyard)
– 3401 Savannah Lane (Savannah Lane Apartments)
– 3429 Evergreen Avenue (Courtyard Village Apts)
– Essex Avenue
– Rumsey Place (dead end of street)

Neighbors are invited to leave their porch lights on, come out and meet with their neighbors to network against crime.

Questions? Call Community Service Officer Nora McDowell of the West Sacramento Police Department at (916) 617-4937.

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Steve Marschke

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