Walking through the event, you would've seen residents trying to hit the bullseye on the dunk tank without being distracted by the smell of the barbecue. Kids were able to explore police cars while others learned to use a fire hose. The event also featured dance performances, marital arts presentations, face painting, a bouncy house and more.
The turn out was greater than anticipated, Youth Services Director Amy Luckiewicz said.
"We weren't expecting this many people. This is wonderful," she told Patch.
She was certain that the CIT met their goal of increasing crime‐prevention awareness and participation in local anti‐crime programs.
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