Huntersville, Davidson also observe National Night Out
by Staff Writer
In Huntersville, the police department, ElectriCities Public Power and Target are sponsoring free food and events from 6 to 8 p.m. at Birkdale Village, at N.C. 73 and Birkdale Commons Parkway.
After an opening parade, children can enjoy slides, a moon bounce, dunking booth, music and displays of police, fire, and medical vehicles. Harris Teeter will provide free hot dogs. Local fire departments will compete in firefighter games, and Shred-it will provide documentation destruction services. Organizers also are collecting old cell phones for 911Victim Assistance.
In Davidson, the police department, Davidson Cornelius Child Development Center and North Meck Crime Stoppers invite the entire community to enjoy free activities and food from 6 to 8 p.m. at Roosevelt Wilson Park, 420 Griffith St. Participants can take the opportunity to talk to Davidson police officers. Anyone who wants to contribute a side item, condiments, drinks or other items to help supply the event should email Sgt. Scott Misenheimer, the event’s coordinator, at email@example.com or call 704-892-5131.