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South Baxter’s Neighborhood Night Out planned for June 16

This is an opportunity for neighbors to help at-risk children and families through donations to the Crow Wing County Collaborative Service Team and their work with families at Baxter Elementary.

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BAXTER — South Baxter’s Neighborhood Night Out will be 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 6311 Mildred Road, Baxter.

Planned activities include a bounce house, dunk tank, police K-9 action, fire department in attendance, trucks from Crow Wing Power, food and games with prizes for kids, face painting and adults and kids can register for a handmade quilt grand prize.

This is an opportunity for neighbors to help at-risk children and families through donations to the Crow Wing County Collaborative Service Team and their work with families at Baxter Elementary.

The event is weather permitting so check princeofpeacelutheran.church for any last minute changes or cancellations.

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