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National Night out day is a Community Safety Event

Visions of Loudoun County, Virginia
Visions of Loudoun County, Virginia
jodi emmer

Once again it is National Night Out day in Lovettsville, Virginia on the evening of Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at The Lovettsville Community Center located at 57 East Broad Way in the 20180 zip code, telephone number (540) 822-5284.

National Night Out Day is celebrated in a majority of American communities across America. For thirty-one years The National Association of Town Watch has encouraged all towns to participate in the non-profit organization(with no cost to register) to promote a safer America, by hosting a National Night Out event in their community.

National Night out Day is a community event in part sponsored by emergency management volunteers and staff from the local police and fire fighters of Lovettsville, but mostly sponsored by National Association of Town Watch (NATW) Every year they sponsor such an event as a way to meet the members and residents of your community and to discuss responsible and local safety issues which keep us all up to date on basic safety concerns.

The quiet, quaint and charming village of Lovettsville founded the Lovettsville Community Center which has been in operation for almost forty years with a wide range of activities and resources with many services that it offers to its residents. Some of the services it offers include; agriculture services, family services, health services, mental health and substance abuse treatment programs, public libraries, a place to find volunteer opportunities and of course the large outdoor swimming pool which is open to the public and all residents six days a week 11:00 a.m. to 7:00p.m. The pool season is Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend, depending on the public school calendar.

There will be games and plenty of fun activities for the whole family plus many different kinds of ice cream available at The Lovettsville Community Center. Please think about volunteering at the event this year, there are several positions which need to be filled in order for the new school year to run smoothly. CASA which is more or less a year round camp that provides childcare at the community center is always looking to recruit new volunteers at the center. This Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. local police and fire fighters will be available at the center for any safety concerns or questions.