Thank you for making NNO a success

It’s always good to get out and meet your neighbors.

For those participating in Neighbors Night Out last Tuesday, thank you for making the community better. The NNO Team had a good time at our various events catching up with folks we hadn’t seen in a while, and there were plenty of thoughtful community discussions. We hope the many other plateau gatherings turned out well too.

The Courier Herald was wonderful helping to craft our message, and giving us advertising at reduced rates. Thanks also goes to C.C.’s Collectibles on Cole and American Heritage Corp. Insurance for making NNO successful, and the City was supportive too with placement of our banners.

For those who want to participate next year, put on your calendar Aug. 4 as it’s always the first Tuesday of August. Just a great way to build community spirit and wellness.

The Neighbors Night Out Team

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