National Night Out block party set Tuesday on courthouse lawn
Oct 02, 2012 | 1028 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The annual National Night Out block party at the Bee County Courthouse will be held Tuesday, Oct. 2. The event starts on the north lawn at 6 p.m. and will continue until 8 p.m. To kick things off, the VFW color guard and Moreno Middle School student Sarah Peacock will present the national anthem, and Pastor Jack Allen of Tuleta Baptist Church will give the invocation.

Coordinators are trying something different this year. The Beeville Police Department, Bee County Sheriff’s Office and Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers have teamed up to incorporated talent from all around the city. Some of the talent will include students from Moreno Middle School, A.C. Jones Hugh School and Coastal Bend College. Dancers from the Folklorico dance troop and The Dance Studio will perform, as well as Jump For Joy.

There will be a duck pond, fishing line game, face painting, craft tables, a dunking booth, moonwalk, ring toss game and free hot dogs, drinks and ice cream. The Beeville Police Department also will sponsor the engraving of bikes and skateboards at the event. Bark For Life will have a sign-up booth for its upcoming walk, and H-E-B will have a community health challenge.

“There will be much more, so come on out and have some community fun during National Night Out,” event organizers said.
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