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The Boys & Girls Club of Bemidji hosted the National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday evening with Target employees serving a community meal for up to 300 people. There was plenty of games and activities along with local law enforcement vehicles on site to view. Shown left. Lincoln Schultz, 11 plays Jenga against friend Taylor Waukazo, 10 but ends up pulling the wrong block. MONTE DRAPER | BEMIDJI PIONEER

National Night Out Against Crime event opens up conversation with kids

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BEMIDJI — It’s not every day that police have volunteers to sit in the back of squad cars, but if there is an officer who hears the request more often than others, it’s certainly Jon Hunt.

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Justin Glawe
Reporting on crime, courts and Beltrami county government. Follow me on Twitter @JustinGlawe.
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