Lt. Governor Sears joins Winchester National Night Out Tonight 8/2

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The Winchester Police Department (WPD) announced that Lieutenant Governor Winsome Earle Sears will be attending tonight’s National Night Out.

Sears will be with the Winchester Police Department showing her support for her local law enforcement and backing the blue.

She is scheduled to be at the Loudoun Street walking mall at 5 p.m. with the WPD.

The former Marine was first elected in 2002 to the house of Delegates and has continued to serve her country and state in a number of positions.

Sears is the first female Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Join the Lieutenant Governor and the over 40 vendors for free food and fellowship with local law enforcement in this National Night Out tonight Aug. 2.

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Warren Coalition’s “Pay It Forward” challenge

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Warren Coalition’s “We See You, Warren County” campaign announced their August theme of “Pay It Forward.”

After encouraging residents to reach out to each other with different greetings, now they are challenging the community to take action and engage in acts of kindness throughout the month.

With personal finances in mind, the Warren Coalition wanted to remind people of some free to low cost ways to participate such as mowing your neighbor’s grass, volunteer at a local nonprofit, pick up trash along the road, or hand out ice pops at a local event like the fair or the upcoming National Night Out to remind others “It’s cool to connect.”

If you participate this month, send an email to celeste@warrencoalition.org or post on their WeCUWC Facebook group.

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News Makers Magalis and Cline on National Night Out

National Night Out is Tue. Aug. 2 and is a chance to meet and greet first responders and explore equipment.

We spoke with Front Royal Police Chief Kahle Magalis and Captain Crystal Cline about the event in our latest news maker.

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Kahle tells us about some of the history of National Night Out in Front Royal.

Crystal tells us what to expect this Tue. Aug. 2.

They both have some great news about this year’s event as they try every year make it bigger and better.

Click here for their interview.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on National Night Out

National Night Out is a week away Tuesday August 2.

The night is a chance to meet our men and women of law enforcement and first responders.

We spoke with Frederick County Sheriff  Lenny Millholland about Frederick County’s plan for the event in our latest news maker.

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Lenny tells us a little bit about the national event.

He also tells us that Frederick County Authorities will be in two different locations.

Lenny tells us what will be on hand at the events including what could be a surprise.

Click here for Lenny’s interview.

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National Night Out well received by the citizens in the region

Last night Citizens had the opportunities to meet and thank our first responders at National Night Out around the region.

Reports indicate that events were well attended from Page to Frederick Counties.

Foot traffic was reported as heavy from Lord Fairfax Community College parking lot Middletown to large gatherings on Main Street Front Royal and all points in between.

People were greeted by First Responders who were well prepared to meet and entertain.

Equipment on displayed included everything from armored vehicles, fire trucks to police cars.

Games, bounce houses, food and entertainment were provided by supporters of the events around the region.

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National Night Out is tonight 8/3

From Frederick to Page Counties Law Enforcement and First Responders will celebrate National Night Out tonight Aug. 3.

This is a chance to meet and thank those that protect our communities.

Search National Night Out at the River953.com to find where and when activities will be happening in your area.

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News Maker Kahle Magalis on Nat. Night Out

National Night Out is back on Main Street Front Royal this year.

The Front Royal Police Department is the host of the event at the gazebo on Main Street.

We spoke to Front Royal Police Chief Kahle Magalis about what is planned for Tuesday.

Kahle tells us of some the vehicles that will be on hand as well as the live entertainment.

Kahle also talks of the food available as more.

Here is Kahle’s interview.

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News Maker Brian Caviness on Nat. Night Out Page County

National Night Out is an opportunity to meet and greet Law Enforcement and First Responders in out area.

Today we spoke to News Maker Deputy Caviness of the Page County Sheriff’s Office as to what we can expect in Page County on Aug. 3.

Deputy Caviness told us of the plans to be held in both Stanley as well as Luray.

The Deputy explained that Shenandoah Virginia Police hope to have a K9 demonstration.

There may also be a helicopter on hand for the event.

Here is Brian’s interview.

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LRCC formerly LFCC and National Night Out

Laurel Ridge Community College (LRCC) formerly Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) in Middletown will host National Night Out Aug. 3.

The public is invited to the campus in Middletown for a night of games, food and hands on activities.

The School’s Police Department as well as Middletown and Stephens City Police Departments will all be represented from 6 to 9 p.m..

Frederick County Sheriff’s Office and Fire and Rescue will also be on hand with a scheduled appearance by an Aircare helicopter.

This is a great opportunity to meet and view equipment that is essential in protecting our communities.

It is also a chance to thank the men and women who serve.

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Law enforcement’s National Night Out is set

National Night Out is a chance to meet local law enforcement agencies across the region.

All area law enforcement agencies invite the public to meet and greet agency officials Aug. 3 6 to 9 p.m..

There are demonstrations with informative and entertaining activities for the entire family.

The Front Royal Police Department have already announced that they will be at the Main Street Gazebo that night.

Luray’s Police Department and first responders will be at Hawksbill Greenway Park and Ride Lot from 6 to 8 p.m..

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