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Community Education Corner: Barnum's National Night Out a success

A huge heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered, helped and assisted to make our National Night Out 2021 a huge success.

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Maverick Svacina from Smitty's Ready Mix with their new dump truck at the National Night Out event Tuesday, August 3, 2021, at Barnum City Park in Barnum. Contributed / Roxy Olsen-Hurst

Over 200 community members attended Barnum's National Night Out.

Smitty's Ready Mix brought their brand new dump truck and cement truck, and the Barnum Fire Department brought a fire truck.

The Blackhoof Fire Department brought a fire truck and a first responder truck; Carlton County Sheriff Kelly Lake made an appearance; and the Carlton County Mounted Patrol attended.

The Carlton County United Way supplied kids games and prizes. Barnum Community Education provided a free hot dog dinner, a story book walk and a book giveaway for all ages. Ice cream for the event was donated by the Carlton County Dairy Association.

A huge heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered, helped and assisted to make our National Night Out 2021 a huge success.

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Calvin N. enjoys an ice cream cone donated by the Carlton County Dairy Association at the National Night Out event Tuesday, August 3, 2021, at Barnum City Park in Barnum. Contributed / Roxy Olsen-Hurst

"Community Education Corner" features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County.

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