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National Night Out was hosted by Dallas City Councilwoman Carolyn King Arnold District 4 at Beckley Saner Recreation Center. Councilwoman Arnold invited HOA’s, Crime Watch Groups, and Neighborhood Associations in the community to a socially distant night out.

There were vendors, Wingfield’s Burgers & Wings & Fries and LaCabanita Taquizas served the community free Burgers and Tacos. DPD, Dallas County Constables, Elected Officials, Rep. Carl O. Sherman, Sr. D-Dist. 109, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, Dallas County Sheriff Marian Brown, Rep. Toni Rose D-Dist. 110 and Justice of the Peace Judge Thomas G. Jones Precinct 1 Place 1.  Other vendors included J. Alexander Law Firm, several Departments from the City of Dallas, Code Compliance Services, Veterans Treatment Court, Public Works, 311, Youth Commission and Dallas Cred.

The COVID-19 Vaccine was also available to those who weren’t vaccinated. The event also, included music from a live Jazz Band. Councilwoman Arnold wore a tee-shirt that said “Dallas City #365 Safe and the theme for the event was “Together, we are making communities safer, more caring places to live and work.”

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Marva Sneed is host of “From Marva with Love" and columnist for Texas Metro News.

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