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National Night Out '17

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Tuesday, October 3 | 6 to 8 p.m.
UTSA Main Campus | HUC Ballrooms 

Free Food | Honors College NNO 210 Relay Race | Games

Register for the relay at https://goo.gl/dtcjf8

The National Night Out campaign is aimed at building relationships and fostering communities to come together with the police to make neighborhoods safer. Residents can get to know each other and the local police officers to learn how to improve the safety of their homes and neighborhoods. The UTSA Police Department is hosting its 7th annual National Night Out event on Oct. 3 on Main Campus's UC Lawn.

The event is designed to help UTSA community members build relationships with each other and the UTSAPD. It will feature local vendors, free snacks, and terrific giveaways. Thanks to Target, HEB, UTSA Athletics, Rowdy Campus Store, and Aramark for their support of this awareness-raising event.

The UTSAPD encourages all citizens to connect with their local neighborhoods and apartment complexes on National Night Out to participate in local events. If your neighborhood is not holding one, contact your local police department to find out how to host a block party and other resources like Neighborhood Watch. 

Honors College NNO 210 Relay Race at UTSA on Oct. 3

Teams of 3-5 runners will complete as many loops of a 1-mile course as possible in 210 minutes. Teams of runners and/or walkers are welcome!

Event details and schedule

The event begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, 2017. This is a one-mile course on the UTSA campus. Please plan to arrive early. Check-in begins at 5:30 and will close at 6:30 p.m.. Waivers will be signed on site. Please bring a form of photo ID and, if a UTSA honors student, your UTSA ID. The event will be held rain or shine. Prepare for the weather. While this is an alcohol-free event, we encourage you to bring coolers of non-alcoholic beverages, snacks, shade tents, chairs, and lawn games for your team. 

 

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