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Drive-Thru Dinners, Smiles Given At Event
National Night Out
NNO Giveaway
As cars exit Fair Oaks Elementary School, Oakdale firefighters and Councilmember Cherilyn Bairos handed out coloring books and other goodies for young children. DENNIS D.CRUZ/THE LEADER
NNO Greeter
Guiding vehicles into the gate were members of the Oakdale Police Department. DENNIS D. CRUZ/THE LEADER
American Veterans First was on hand at National Night Out Tuesday evening. The group helped provide food. DENNIS D. CRUZ/THE LEADER

Nearly 60 days after it was originally scheduled, the 2020 National Night Out in Oakdale took place Tuesday evening, Oct. 6. Members of the community were served a drive-thru meal at Fair Oaks Elementary School in observance of the postponed event. Mayor J.R. McCarty, City Manager Brian Whitemyer, Oakdale Police Department Chief Scott Heller, City Councilmember Cherilyn Bairos, American Veterans First, Oakdale Fire Department, Oakdale Police Department and others in the community worked together in making the evening happen; and handed out meals and other goodies for citizens.

Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and choice of drink were issued to vehicles that participated. Kids were also given goodie bags that included a National Night Out coloring book, crayons, candy, bubbles and a National Night Out rubber band bracelet.