City of Lebanon’s National Night Out draws crowd to Salvation Army building
A young member of the community accepts his raffle prize at Tuesday's National Night Out event, held at the Salvation Army building in Lebanon. (Will Trostel)
3min read363 views and 126 sharesPosted August 7, 2019
The City of Lebanon’s National Night Out festivities took place at the Salvation Army last night, and LebTown was there to capture the scene.
Lebanon’s event was one of a half-dozen National Night Out gatherings held in Lebanon County on Tuesday night as part of the national annual event, meant to foster relationships between communities and law enforcement.
Food, games, and giveaways are typically part of the night, but every community does things just a little bit differently. (The Daily News attended Annville’s NNO event, and you can see pics of that one here.)
A recent ruling by a Lebanon County judge allows the continuation of a defamation lawsuit filed by Matthew A. Shirk, previously a contender for Lebanon County Commissioner, against supporters of a Political Action Committee that was critical of his candidacy.