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Posted on: August 27, 2019

Thousands Celebrate Community at Night to Unite

Photo of family on Night to Unite

Night to Unite took place on August 6, 2019 with more than 150 registered block parties taking place in all parts of Blaine. Night to Unite promotes community building and crime prevention. Neighbors gather together in driveways, parks, and backyards. Just the simple act of being together can help prevent crime in a neighborhood, because neighbors start to look out for each other more after spending time together.

The Blaine Police Department along with partners from SBM Fire, Blaine Public Works Department, and the Minnesota State Patrol were able to visit more than 90 percent of the parties in Blaine. Night to Unite takes place every year on the first Tuesday in August.

Night to Unite Selfie Contest Winner

Congratulations to Stacey Torborg who was the winner of the Night to Unite selfie contest. Party goers were asked to post photos on Instagram with the hashtag #BlaineN2U2019. The photo with the most likes by the contest deadline took home the grand prize of $100 of 2020 Night to Unite party supplies and a guaranteed special public safety visit at their 2020 block party. Congratulations Stacey!


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