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SPD welcomes citizens to Jeffords Park

SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) -

The Sylvester Police Department wants you join them for their annual Night out Against Crime next month.

The 5th annual event is sponsored by SPD, and they say it's a chance for the community to get to meet law enforcement from Sylvester and Worth County.  

Food, games, and all sorts of entertainment will be provided. Officers from the Warwick and Poulan Police Department, members of the Georgia State Patrol the and GBI will also be there for meet and greets.

"This is a fun filled event that we have everybody get together and enjoy. Its good to see the faces and the kids comes out and enjoy themselves and families get together. Its one of the times we have around Sylvester and it's just a fun time," said Sylvester Police Det. Kenneth Washington.

The fun is August 1 from 7 p.m. until at Jeffords Park in Sylvester. And it's free to everyone.

 

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