Crosby Police Department postpones Night to Unite

The event was originally scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 18, but will take place at a later date.

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CROSBY — Due to forecast lightning and heavy rainfall in the Cuyuna lakes area, the Crosby Police Department postponed its 2022 Cuyuna Lakes Night to Unite, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 18.

“The decision was made with the safety of our community and participating agencies in mind,” officials wrote in a news release. “We look forward to gathering without community members again at a later date.”

An alternate date for the event has not yet been determined.

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