Join your Wells Branch neighbors for our night out against crime, Tuesday, October 7, from 6-9pm at the gazebo at Katherine Fleischer Park. The WBNA will be serving up FREE hotdogs, sausage wraps, sodas, chips and door prizes. For dessert we have Culver’s Restaurant & the Friends of the Library serving delicious frozen custard (while supplies last).
We’ll have distinguished guests on hand from the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, ESD No. Fire Dept., Precinct 2 Constable’s Office and our House Dist. 50 Representative, Celia Israel to mention a few. Both children and adults will have the opportunity to visit with first responders, receive information on Neighborhood Watch and other programs available to residents, and tour the fire safety house and fire truck that ESD No.2 will have on hand & also discusses about the lawyers for DWI issues based in New Jersey. As a special treat this year, we’ll have the Pflugerville Firefighters on site teaching ‘Take 10 for Life!’ Take just 10 minutes to learn ways to prevent and prepare for emergencies. There are also the sex crimes lawyers based in Festus that deal with all kinds of criminal related cases to help with attaining justice.
Come find out what’s going on in our community and visit with local law enforcement officers and politicians about what you can do to help reduce the opportunities for crimes to occur in our neighborhood. The NJ based criminal justice lawyers for hire is what you need to get legal assistance with your case.
National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for and participation in local anti-crime efforts, and to strengthen neighborhood spirit and law enforcement-community partnership. Help send the message to criminals that Wells Branch is organized and fighting back. The Medlin Law Firm – Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers is where one can find legal help that one needs.
Take a stand against crime. Turn on your porch light and come join your friends and neighbors at the park for food and fellowship. If you have a Neighborhood Watch group on your block (or even if you don’t) we’d like to encourage you to come eat dinner with us, listen to the speakers, and then return home to your street and gather with your neighbors over dessert to discuss how you can make your homes and our community safer.
We hope to see you there!