Plan to attend the
Harris Park Crime Watch
MARCH 14, 2020 1-4 p.m.
Food / Activities / Meet your neighbors
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Free raffle for 2 bicycles
and lots more!
The 2019 Harris Park Crime Watch Spring Fling on April 13, in Kiwanis Park was a huge success. Much gratitude to DAVID HOLLAR, Crime Watch Coordinator for all his hard work and time spent putting the Spring Fling together. We were happy that so many residents and their families attended the event.
It was a tie between the K-9 unit demonstrations and the SPPD bicycle rodeo as to the popularity. Numerous bike helmets were custom fitted and given to the individuals. We appreciate our CSO, Officer Jill Harris for attending and making arrangement with the SPPD for the bike rodeo and K-9 units. Thank you to the fire department for bringing the engine out and allowing possible, future first responders to sit in the seat and check out the rig!
A big THANK YOU to Beth Cooke of Cooke Realty and the MacMillen family of Harris Park for the donations of the amazing bikes that were given away at the event.
The food was delicious and much appreciated.
Harris Park was represented in the Christmas Tree Display. A big thank you to Judy Landon, Beth Cooke, Nancy Lopez and Betty Adkins for making the custom decorations.
Thank you to the set-up crew, to the few that manned the table and tree on Saturday, Nov. 30 and Sunday, Dec. 1st. and to the take down / clean up crew.
The Harris Park tree was the winner of the "MOST FESTIVELY DECORATED" and received a prize of $100.00.
Santa made an early stop in Harris Park on Saturday, Dec. 7th. The children gave Santa their list, so he's checking it twice. He's gonna find out who's been naughty or nice.
Santa gave out age appropriate activity sets.
Lunch was provided and enjoyed by all!