Edmonds Night Out shines a light on public safety

Edmonds Police Officer Jason Robinson with K-9 Hobbs.

Edmonds Police Officer Jason Robinson with K-9 Hobbs.

Watch NOW on My Edmonds News TV: What we found at Edmonds Night Out

Larry Vogel was there to capture the action at the Edmonds Police Foundation-sponsored Edmonds Night Out Tuesday at the Francis Anderson play field — an annual event aimed at bringing police and community together to combat crime. Among the highlights:  Edmonds Police K-9 and karate demonstrations, face painting, live music and an inflatable slides and a bouncy house.

An overview of the event, held in perfect early evening weather.

An overview of the event, held in perfect early evening weather.

Mayor Dave Earling stopped by to chat with members of the U11 Pacific Little League All-Star team, who was there to assist in fundraising for the U12 team that is bound for the Little League Regional Tourney in San Bernardino Wednesday. The mayor even bought an "I Believe" bracelet.

Mayor Dave Earling stopped by to chat with members of the U11 Pacific Little League All-Star team, who were assisting withfundraising for the U12 team that is bound for the Little League Regional Tourney in San Bernardino Wednesday. The mayor even bought an “I Believe” bracelet.

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6 Comments

  1. What a joke….you have to force this city to do their JOB.

    • ???? Why would you think that??

  2. To Andrea: huh? Please explain what you mean.

  3. Edmonds Police Foundation thanks all of the sponsors, vendors, and volunteers who helped tonight. And thank you to the Edmonds Police Department for working hard to keep our city safe.

  4. On behalf of VFW Post 8870 and American Legion Post 66, I would like to thank the Edmonds Police Foundation for all their work in hosting this event for the children of Edmonds.

  5. The Edmonds Bicycle Advocacy Group was present at the Edmonds Night Out to meet the community and hand out bike safety brochures, Snohomish County maps, and generally have discussions with anyone interested in local cycling routes and safety. The EBAG group ( short name) has worked with the City of Edmonds and Snohomish County for over 18 years to promote cycling safety in our area. See the Edmonds Bicycle Group website for more information. Edmonds night out was beautiful, including treats from the Police Foundation (thank you).

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