Independence Night Out Against Crime community celebration will be held Tuesday, October 7 at McCoy Park. The Independence community has been participating in crime prevention activities throughout September with fun family events at schools and neighborhood community projects. Crime prevention activities are planned through the month of October.
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In a continuing effort to support crime prevention, Kansas City United Against Crime will host its annual kick-off event Thursday, October 2 at Spring Valley Park at E. 27th Street and Woodland Ave. Free food and activities will be available to families and community residents from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
A community-wide view of mental health will be the topic of an upcoming K.C.P.T. documentary told through the focus of law enforcement. Lost Minds: KC's Mental Health Crisis will air Wednesday, October 1 at 8 p.m. View the preview video to learn more.
Over 600 people attended the Ruskin High School football game during the 6th annual LINC Family Night in Hickman Mills. LINC staff from six school districts came together to support Hickman Mills families with free family fun including a tailgate cookout, balloon release, and a half-time drill team and drum line show performed by LINC students.