Olde North Charleston Neighborhood Celebrates National Night Out – August 2nd

National Night Out (NNO) is an opportunity for neighborhoods and communities across the country to get out, walk the streets, and take a common stand against drugs and crime in their Neighborhood.

National Night Out Strives to heighten drug and crime prevention, generate support for community watch programs, strengthen community spirit and police-community relations, and send a message to criminal elements that this neighborhood is on the lookout for suspicious behavior.

Partnering with the City of North Charleston Police Department, citizens and community leaders will walk the streets of Olde North Charleston Neighborhood between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm on Tuesday, August 2nd.

Q: How can I participate?

A: Easy!  Grab a flashlight, a bottle of water and Join us at the Meeting Place, 1077 East Montague, at 6pm on August 2nd for a stroll around the neighborhood.

Q: What if I want stay closer to home?

A: No Problem!  Get a neighbor and stroll around just a couple of blocks adjacent to your house.  Chances are, you will see some of your neighbors doing the same thing!

Q: What if I can’t walk that night?

A: You can help by turning on your porch light and let our walkers know you support their efforts!!!

Christine, Kate, and I hope you will join us, your fellow neighbors, and the 37 Million other Americans that will be out on Tuesday, August 2nd as we send the message that crime isn’t wanted in our neighborhoods!

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Russell Patterson

ONCNC Vice President

Chair, Community Watch Branch

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