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Northland Communities Celebrating National Night Out

Communities across the Northland and the nation are coming together to show support for different law enforcement agencies Communities across the Northland and the nation are coming together to show support for different law enforcement agencies |  Photo: WDIO-TV

Created: August 07, 2018 07:06 AM

Communities across the Northland and the nation are coming together to show support for different law enforcement agencies.

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It's the 35th annual National Night out. Dozens of different towns and cities will be offering food and family fun, while connecting with police, fire fighters, and more. It's aimed at having conversations about safety and unifying neighborhoods.

Cloquet is hosting a gathering at Veteran's Park. That will take place from 5 to 7 p.m.

In Cotton, residents will gather for their second annual "National Night Out." That's also from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Cotton Community Center.

There are a number of neighborhoods putting on similar events in Duluth. Click here for a full listing.

In addition, the city of Superior says events are planned at the following places:

  • Bartley Manor
  • Clifford Lund Building
  • Hayes Court
  • Wade Bowl Park
  • Zion Lutheran Church

Finally, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says Cherry, Clinton Township, and McDavitt Township are all coming together to host an event with sheriff's deputies as well as members of the county rescue squad. This celebration will be at the Clinton Community Center from 4:30 - 8 p.m.

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