South San Francisco residents are invited early next week to join city leaders and police officers to cruise the streets in a sign of community solidarity at the 29nd annual National Night Out celebration.
The walk will begin at Masonic Center and continue from Walnut Avenue to Grand Avenue, then over to Cypress Avenue and on to Pine Avenue, then onwards to Linden Avenue and finally circle back to Grand and ultimately end at the .
Those interested are invited to meet Tuesday evening at the Francis Drake Lodge on the Masonic Center at 307 Walnut Ave., and the walk will begin at 6 p.m and end at 8 p.m.
There will be refreshments offered at the event, and the community will also have an opportunity to mingle with neighbors, as well as South San Francisco Police Department officers and members of the city leadership.
The event is intended to bring neighborhoods together and also help spread awareness about the importance of crime and gang prevention in South City.
To see coverage of the event last year, .
For more information about the upcoming Community in Unity Walk, those interested can visit the city's Web site, or call Vice Mayor Pedro Gonzalez at 589-7170.
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