A Night to Unite

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Fort Lupton police help foster better communities during National Night Out

FORT LUPTON — Fort Lupton turned out in force at Koshio Park for the 30th anniversary celebration of National Night Out, a program to demonstrate a community’s resolve to stand up against crime.
    The members of the Fort Lupton Police and the Fort Lupton Fire Protection were on-hand to meet with the public and discuss what residents can do to help keep their neighborhoods safe.
    But for Eli Cafferty, 24, it was also nice to just meet the emergency responders and thank them for their work.

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