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East Sacramento Celebrates National Night Out

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Heat didn’t put the kibosh on East Sacramento Preservation’s party to celebrate National Night Out. More than fifty neighbors came to the three-hour ice cream social to meet friends and strengthen bonds in the neighborhood. Public servants, police and the people rubbed elbows.

Notable attendees included, Benjamin Wagner, United States Attorney, Phil Serna, Supervisor, 1st District, Rick Braziel, Chief of Police, Steve Cohn, Sacramento City Councilmember and John F. Shirey, City Manager. More importantly neighbors met and talked about neighborhood issues.

East Sacramento Preservation works to preserve safe neighborhoods that are bicycle friendly, walkable, and tree-lined. Our web site is an aggregator of East Sacramento information.

As a side note, $250 was donated during the evening to help rebuild McKinley Playground. Here’s information on how to donate: Please make your checks payable to: "Gifts to Share/Rebuild McKinley " (Tax ID #94-2985546) and send to: Gifts to Share, Inc., 915 I Street, 5th floor, Sacramento, CA 95814. If you mail in a check, there are no processing fees. 

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