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National Night Out is Tuesday

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This year's National Night Out is expected to be bigger and better.

It's America's night out against crime. The West End's Target will host the event for the third year in the parking lot. The national event promotes a safe and healthy community. Target partnered with local groups like the Billings Police Department, Safe Kids of Yellowstone County, and Billings Clinic.

"It's important for us as a business to partner with our team members and really support them and support our community because without them we wouldn't be successful," said Lindsey Gardner, executive team lead at Target.

The event is tomorrow night from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. There will be food and drinks...as well as fun activities for children for free.

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