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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT WITH HAVELOCK POLICE DEPARTMENT – 2ND SHIFT!!! (***CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER FORECAST***)
August 3 @ 2:45 pm - 9:30 pm
***THIS HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO ANTICIPATED THUNDERSTORM FORECAST ALL DAY. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Volunteer with Havelock Police Department’s National Night Out!! This annual event (which takes place all over the country) focus on unique ways to prevent crime and drug use!
2nd Shift: Assist with parking, traffic control, and event tear down! POV only. Meet at Walter B. Jones Park at 1445 (2 Governmental Ave. Havelock NC – next to Havelock Police Station). Will be completed prior to 2130. POC will be Havelock Police Captain Morning. IF YOU CAN’T MEET AT 1445 BUT STILL WANT TO HELP, PLEASE MEET AT 1845 TO ASSIST WITH TEAR DOWN!
1st Shift also available 🙂 Details on National Night Out – 1st Shift Tab on SMP website.
Please wear weather appropriate civilian attire with closed toed shoes/boots. Please bring water source, sunscreen, insect repellant, and snacks.
Thank you for volunteering! Please fill out an SMP POV Volunteer Log located on this website (top of volunteer page), or you can pick one up from SMP Coordinator at building #3383 (behind Mainside Pool). Please return SMP POV Volunteer Log to SMP Coordinator either in person, or you can email it, if desired to MerloJL@usmc-mccs.org.
No federal or USMC endorsement. Due to the ever changing COVID-19 environment, the Cherry Point Single Marine Program is committed to the welfare and morale of our Service Members. With current state restrictions and other safety measures in place, those wishing to participate are still encouraged to do so and may register our website at smp.mccscherrypoint.com or contact the SMP Coordinator, Jen Merlo, at MerloJL@usmc-mccs.org or 252-720-7351. If participating in events promoted by the SMP, please take note that MCCS/SMP does not and will not assume any liability or responsibility for potential COVID-19 hazards. Please adhere to all COVID-19 guidelines in accordance with Commanding General’s Policy Letter 006-21 and those guidelines/resources listed at https://www.cherrypoint.marines.mil/Coronavirus/.