National Night Out
America’s Night Out Against Crime
Free Food • Great Company • Door Prizes!
Tuesday, October 2 • 6-8pm • Gazebo at KF Park
Join your Wells Branch neighbors for our night out against crime, Tuesday, October 2, from 6-8pm at the gazebo in Katherine Fleischer Park. The WBNA will be serving up FREE hotdogs, sausage wraps, fruit & veggies, sodas and chips, and don’t forget the door prizes!
Distinguished guests from the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, ESD No. 2 Fire Dept. and Precinct 2 Constable’s Office will be on hand to visit with residents and answer questions. Both children and adults will have the opportunity to talk with first responders, receive information on Neighborhood Watch and other programs available to residents, and tour the fire safety house that ESD No. 2 will have onsite.
Come find out what’s going on in our community and discuss with local law enforcement officers and politicians what you can do to help reduce the opportunities for crimes to occur in our neighborhood. The violent crimes attorneys is whom you should consult in case you need legal aid. There are various kinds of lawyers available for various kinds of cases. It is the job of the case filer to dig out deep to the best and most affordable one for the case. This set of lawyers for car accident injuries is the best who deals with all the accident cases so professionally by making the complete survey about the accident, examining them in the court to point the accused and innocent victims, and finally by awarding punishment for the accused and compensation for the victims.
National Night Out’s purpose is to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for and participation in local anti-crime efforts, build neighborhood spirit and strengthen our law enforcement-community partnership. Help send the message to criminals that Wells Branch is organized and fighting back. Here are the lawyers to defend your rights in court and get the necessary help.
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!