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Lexington Police Department extends an invitation to join them for National Night Out

Lexington, SC 08/02/2021 (Paul Kirby) – Chief Terrence Green of the Lexington Police Department said recently that residents of the Town of Lexington and the surrounding areas are invited to attend their National Night Out. Green said that it will be held tomorrow evening, Tuesday, August 3, 2021, at the Icehouse Amphitheater and Pavilion. The Icehouse is located at the intersection of West Main Street and Church Street in the Town of Lexington, SC.

The 2021 National Night Out event will begin at 5:30 p.m. and continue until 8:30 p.m. This is a great opportunity to connect with your local law enforcement officers and other first responders. It’s also a wonderful time to learn how to prevent crimes in your community while spending quality time with your family and friends during this free event.

There is lots of entertainment and activities planned for the evening. This includes Go Go Laser Tag, an elevate obstacle course, inflatables, Carolina Choo Choo Train, Emerald’s Artistry Entertainment face painting, Looney Balloony, photo booth by Big Time Entertainment, and Call My DJ who will be playing music.

This year, there are more food choices than ever. The expert grill masters from the Lexington Police Department will be grilling up hotdogs that were donated the Ole Timey Meat Market. Additionally, Salsarita’s, Sunset Slush Italian Ice, Aspire Bakeries, Flower Foods, Krispy Kreme, RF’s Corner Grill, Bubba’s Biscuits, Truly Scrumptious Creamery, Showmars, Tropical Grille, LICK Ice Cream, Flight Deck, Blue Bell Creamery, Mingos Cookies, and Phantom Chicken will also be providing offerings. The support from these businesses and organizations who have donated to the LPD Foundation have made this event possible.

Chief Green said the department also wishes to express their gratitude to Serve & Connect, the South Carolina State Credit Union, Molina Healthcare, Kehoe Constructors, Palmetto Chiropractic Center, CPI Security, SERVPRO, Sign Gypsies, AT&T First Net, Cumulus Radio B106.7, Code Ninjas, ECPI University, Woodman Life, Family Orthodontics, Wild Smiles, Max Living, Healthy Blue, Columbia International University, Flock Safety, and Old Mill Chiropractor for all they’re doing.

As a reminder, Chief Green said that attendees should use public parking lots near the event as those who park in private business parking lots take the risk of being towed from the property at the owner’s expense.


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