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Burnsville Police Department
Safe Summer Nights Grill Out July 19

Police Officer with residentJoin the Burnsville Police and Fire departments, along with the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office, for an evening of great food – as well as the promotion of safety, crime prevention and positive community relationships. 

What:      Safe Summer Nights
                Community Get-Together and Grill Out
Who:       All ages
When:     Tuesday, July 19 | 5-9 p.m.
Where:    North River Hills Park | 11501 19th Ave.
Cost:       FREE 

Police officers, firefighter/paramedics, police cars, fire trucks, police K-9 officers, the Mobile Command Post, dive gear/demonstrations and more will be on hand. 

Attendees will enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, snacks and beverages while getting to know their local emergency responders.

Food and beverages will be provided by the Wilder Foundation. The Amherst H. Wilder Foundation is a non-profit social services organization combining direct service, research and community initiatives to address the needs of vulnerable people in the St. Paul/Minneapolis region.

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