Community turns out for Edmonds Night Out Against Crime

    My Edmonds News sponsor Mike McGinness provided a fishing game at his Allstate Insurance Booth.
    Edmonds police were on hand to talk with families about their jobs.

    The weather was cloudy with a threat of rain, but it didn’t deter more than a thousand visitors who came out to Frances Anderson Center Field Tuesday night for the Edmonds Police Foundation’s annual Edmonds Night Out Against Crime.

    Senior citizens to small children enjoyed the displays of public safety equipment, a chance to visit with the K-9 unit dogs, a karate demonstration, games and even free hot dogs, thanks to the Edmonds QFC — all with the dual goal of getting out to meet your neighbors and celebrating those public servants who help make the community safe.

    Looked who stopped by the My Edmonds News booth: City Council President Strom Peterson and Communty Transit's Oxygene.
    A karate demonstration drew a crowd.

    You can find more Edmonds Night Out photos from Alicia Brattain here.



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