Plans are in motion for Windom’s annual Night to Unite, following a pair of actions by the Windom City Council Tuesday night.
The council proclaimed Aug. 2 as the city’s official Night to Unite and also approved the closure of Fourth Avenue between Ninth Street and 10th Street.
Jenny Quade of the council reported that the police department’s K-9 unit, Bruno, is expected to make an appearance and may even provide a demonstration for the crowd. The evening event includes food, ice cream, displays by law enforcement and emergency rescue groups, plus booths, fun and games for people of all ages.
For more details on this year’s Night to Unite, see the July 28 edition of the Cottonwood County Citizen and Citizen eEdition.
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